OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry
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Implement in your workplace the OSHA provisions provided by several private- and public-sector personnel representing numerous industries. Learn about your rights and responsibilities under the OSHA Act. Successfully complete the course and pass a multiple-choice test to become an outreach trainer, authorized to conduct both 10- and 30-hour general industry courses. General industry voluntary compliance outreach trainers must take OSHA 503 every four years to maintain their status as an outreach trainer.
Five years of general industry safety experience (Training which may substitute for two years safety experience: a college degree in occupational safety and health, a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) designation)
Who Should Attend
Safety Professionals, Supervisors, Mangers and individuals interested in becoming an OSHA Outreach Trainer in the General Industry
How You Will Benefit
Learn effective instructional approaches and the use of visual aids/handouts
Locate OSHA safety and health standards, policies, and procedures
Describe the use of OSHA standards and regulations to supplement an ongoing safety and health program
Identify common violations of OSHA standards
Conduct internal training on OSHA regulations and recordkeeping
Introduction to OSHA standards
OSHA Act and 29 CFR 1903
Citations and proposed penalties
Means of egress and fire protection
Material handling and PPE
Outreach training program
Electrical safety standards and work practices
Walking and working surfaces
Welding permit-required confined spaces
Photo identification (present at check-in)
Current copy of OSHA's 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Standard (1900-1910.999 and 1910.1000 to end)
Laptop computer to facilitate the preparation and delivery of class presentation
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