OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 6 Hr Class)

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Welcome to Workplace Safety OSHA's General Industry Training for Employees and Businesses from LearnSmart.

In this OSHA series, you will be introduced to the general safety requirements that any employee should be aware of and provides a comprehensive overview of general workplace safety that companies seek and can require their employees understand and adhere to. These health and safety programs and procedures in this course are derived from federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

This course focuses and aligns closely with OSHAs General Industry Training Requirements, 29 CFR Part 1910

Course Breakdown:

Section 1: In the pre-assessment quiz you'll face questions that test your current workplace knowledge, get to know your strengths and weaknesses.

Section 2: Gain background information about OSHA and OSHA standards, inspections, citations, and penalties. At the end of this course, you will be able to distinguish between the role of OSHA and the role of the office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS).

Section 3: By recognizing and applying the basic values of industrial hygiene to the work environment, the workplace will become healthier and safer. Learn how to identify sources of potential problems, about the different types of hazards, and how to control and respond to those hazards in the workplace.

Section 4: Whether you are a business owner looking for ways to improve costs and workplace safety, or a worker interested in learning more about how a safety and health program can benefit you.

Section 5: OSHA Standards for Personal Protective Equipment takes a deeper look at using PPE controls in the workplace. This section describes the two primary means of protecting employees from workplace hazards before considering PPE; explains what should be included in PPE training; lists PPE that may be used for protection; and identifies hazards that are reduced or eliminated by using the appropriate PPE for eye, face, head, hearing, foot, hand and body protection.

Section 6: A respirator is a device that is intended to protect employees from inhaling dangerous substances, such as chemicals and infection particulates. Respirators are among the most important parts of protective equipment for working in hazardous environments. Identify what respirators are, how respirators function, and what is needed for a respirator to provide protection.

Section 7: Define terms such as floor opening, standard railing, standard toeboard, floor hole, and wall opening. You will be able to identify safety requirements to help prevent walking and working surface hazards related to general housekeeping floors, walls, open-sided surfaces, stairways, ladders, and scaffolding.

Section 8: OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is base on a simple concept - that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of the chemicals You are exposed to when working. HCS addresses the issues of evaluating and communicating chemical hazard information to workers. In this section we will be giving the student an in-depth look into hazard communications and how it affects the workplace.

Section 9: Hazardous Materials focuses on OSHA's requirements for hazardous materials and hazardous waste operations; the requirements for emergency response at uncontrolled hazardous worksites and treatment, storage and disposal facilities; and the steps an employer must take to protect the health and safety of employees in these environments.

Section 10: The need for BBP training is essential for employees who are constantly at risk of exposure to blood, fluids, or other contaminated materials that are known to cause illnesses, or even death. This training identifies the types of BBPs, BBP exposure, and the proper protection from exposure, how to dispose of contaminated or used materials, and what to do in the event of exposure.

Section 11: Find and identify the standards that are place in order to prevent these hazards, as well as the primary concerns associated with design and construction, ventilation, ignition sources, and storage. The student will be able to identify boiling points and will be able to explain the degrees in which explosions can occur and how to prevent them.

Section 12: Employers must train employees about fire hazards that exist in the workplace, how to prevent fires, and what to do in the event one occurs.

Section 13: Articulate the importance of ergonomics in the workplace. You will be able to define ergonomics and identify risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders, as well as explain the benefits of using a proactive approach to ergonomics in the workplace. The student will be able to discuss the elements of an effective ergonomic process.

Section 14: Identify the four main types of injuries that may result from electrical contact. The student will be able to describe the three types of electrical hazards that may be encountered, and name warning signs that indicate their existence. You will also be able to identify methods of protection from electrical hazards and safety training requirements for working with electrical equipment.

Section 15: Gain a thorough understanding of mechanical hazards and the importance of safeguarding machines. You will have learned about different types of guards and devices that will protect them as you work. Employees will understand OSHA standards in regard to machine guarding.

Section 16: Solve general hazards related to slips, trips, and falls. You will also be able to explain the proper usage of ladders, stairs, ramps, and loading docks, as well as the common hazards and risks associated with each of these, and how to remedy those hazards and risks.

Section 17: Fall Protection provides you with a look at the work conditions that require the use of fall protection and the available options to protect employees from falls. By taking this section, you will be able to identify fall protection methods available for protecting employees; the basic conditions that trigger the use of fall protection for employees in the general industry; and the importance of good work practices and training.

Section 18: Locate the minimum requirements for lockout and tagout of energy isolating devices. You will be able to identify employer requirements and responsibilities, device requirements and procedural requirements. The student will also be able to explain the procedures for lockout and tagout, including preparation, procedures involving more than one person, group lockout and tagout, and periodic inspection.

Section 19: Distinguish why having an emergency action plan is important. You will be able to identify potential emergencies and what should be included in the plan. The student will be able to describe how to account for personnel, and discuss what kind of medical assistance, security, and training should be made available

The content in this course comes from OSHA General Industry Topics

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Introduction

This lecture contains an overview of how to use the supplemental materials.

Pre-Assessment
Pre-Assessment
There is no need to take this course in order, as this course is broken down by topic. This means that we provide the most common general industry OSHA training and we believe that, these concepts are very appropriate for a variety of employees and number of businesses. OSHA provides preventative and remedial training and so an employee can pick out the topics that pertain the most to your industry/interest. Quizzes in your LearnSmart Online Training help you determine your level of command of the material covered in this training course. This Pre-Assessment quiz is designed so that you will be able to see the progression you have as you complete the course. Whether you have pre-existing knowledge or not, the answers given do not effect any scores or required for certification, but helps get you ready and in the mind-set of what this course will be covering.
Introduction to OSHA
Introduction
  • Many of the guidelines in this course are derived from OSHA standards and regulations.
  • This lecture will discuss background information on OSHA and OSHA standards, inspections, citations and penalties.
  • Students will learn to distinguish betewen the roles of OSHA and EHS.
Description
  • The OSHAct was established in 1970 to ensure that every working man and woman had safety guidelines for a safe work environment.
  • This lecture will discuss what OSHA is and why OSHA guidelines have been established.
  • Passed by Congress, established in the Department of Labor, and it ensures and regulates safe working conditions.
Purpose
  • Under the OSHAct OSHA was created to reduce work hazards and implement new or improve on old safety and health standards.
  • This lecture will discuss the purpose of OSHA.
  • Maintain reporting and record keeping system, establish training programs, and develop mandatory job safety and health standards.
Standards
  • This lecure will overview the two major categories in OSHA, General Industry and Construction.
  • You will learn the differences between these two categories and how each are unique.
  • It is the supervisor's responsablility to be familiar with these standards and to ensure the employees follow them.
General Duty Clause
  • When guidelines are not specifically given, employees and employers have a duty to follow OSHA's General Duty Clause.
  • You will learn this clasue in this training including how and when to implement it.
Development and Adoption of Standards
  • This lecture will discuss the standard proceedure setting and how and when this should be compelted.
  • OSHA has the right to propose, ammend, or delete a standard and this training explains how it is done and why.
Keeping Employees Informed
  • OSHA requires that each department posts certain materials in a generalized location so all employees are kept aware of standards and regulations.
  • You will learn how to keep your employees informed on important standards and any updates or ammendments to those standards or practicies.
Workplace Inspections
  • This lecture will discuss workplace inspections and what they are and how they work.
  • An OSHA officer can inspect a workplace at any time to inspect and investigate any place and any conditions of equipment.
  • When are they done?, Is there notice?, Will employees be aware?, and Does OSHA need consent?.
Требования
  • No prerequisites for this course. - A computer with internet.
Что Вы изучите?
  • Define terms such as floor opening, standard railing, standard toeboard, floor hole, and wall opening. They will be able to identify safety requirements to help prevent walking and working surface hazards related to general housekeeping floors, walls, open-sided surfaces, stairways, ladders, and scaffolding.
  • Gain a thorough understanding of mechanical hazards and the importance of safeguarding machines. They will have learned about different types of guards and devices that will protect them as they work. Employees will understand OSHA standards in regard to machine guarding.
  • Identify the four main types of injuries that may result from electrical contact. The student will be able to describe the three types of electrical hazards that may be encountered, and name warning signs that indicate their existence. They will also be able to identify methods of protection from electrical hazards and safety training requirements for working with electrical equipment.
  • Find and identify the standards that are place in order to prevent these hazards, as well as the primary concerns associated with design and construction, ventilation, ignition sources, and storage. The student will be able to identify boiling points and will be able to explain the degrees in which explosions can occur and how to prevent them.
  • Articulate the importance of ergonomics in the workplace. They will be able to define ergonomics and identify risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders, as well as explain the benefits of using a proactive approach to ergonomics in the workplace. The student will be able to discuss the elements of an effective ergonomic process.
  • Distinguish why having an emergency action plan is important. They will be able to identify potential emergencies and what should be included in the plan. The student will be able to describe how to account for personnel, and discuss what kind of medical assistance, security, and training should be made available.
  • Locate the minimum requirements for lockout and tagout of energy isolating devices. They will be able to identify employer requirements and responsibilities, device requirements and procedural requirements.
  • Identify what respirators are, how respirators function, and what is needed for a respirator to provide protection. They will be able to describe how a respirator works, what filter classifications and cartridges are used for different situations, as well as the care and maintenance for respirators.
  • Solve general hazards related to slips, trips, and falls. They will also be able to explain the proper usage of ladders, stairs, ramps, and loading docks, as well as the common hazards and risks associated with each of these, and how to remedy those hazards and risks.
Лекторы
LearnSmart LLC
LearnSmart LLC
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OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 6 Hr Class)
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