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Georgia Tech Professional Education

Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry

Sep 30—Oct 4, 2019
5 days
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
USD 875
USD 175 per day
Nov 5—8, 2019
4 days
Asheville, North Carolina, United States
USD 875
USD 218 per day
Dec 2—6, 2019
5 days
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
USD 875
USD 175 per day
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Description

Become familiar with OSHA general industry safety and health standards along with general industry safety and health principles. You’ll get a special focus on the most hazardous areas. This course is a prerequisite to OTI 0501P - OSHA 501: Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry.

What You Will Learn

  • OSHA safety and health standards for general industry
  • Hazard standards
  • Principles of safety and health for general industry

How You Will Benefit

  • Understand what a successful safety and health program entails.
  • Choose the appropriate OSHA standards that govern particular hazards.
  • Know the most commonly cited OSHA standards.

Content

  • INTRODUCTION TO OSHA AND THE ACT
  • INTRODUCTION TO OSHA STANDARDS
  • INSPECTIONS, CITATIONS, AND PENALTIES
  • HAZARD VIOLATIONS
  • ELECTRICAL
  • CONFINED SPACE
  • HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
  • WALKING AND WORKING SURFACES
  • LOCKOUT/TAGOUT
  • EGRESS AND FIRE PROTECTION
  • MATERIALS HANDLING
  • HAZARD COMMUNICATION
  • PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
  • MACHINE GUARDING
  • WELDING
  • INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE
  • RECORDKEEPING
  • SAFETY AND HEALTH PROGRAMS

Who should attend

This course is designed for beginning safety and health professionals as well as human resources personnel, supervisors involved with health and safety industry-related topics, and people who serve on a safety committee.

Experts

Kevin Kamperman serves as Director of the GTRI Hazardous Materials Training Program; has held this position for the past twenty-eight years. These duties entail directing OSHA hazmat emergency response training courses (currently four different training programs) to industry, construction, educat...
Mr. Howry is a Principal Research Associate with the Georgia Tech Research Institute, the applied research arm of the Georgia Institute of Technology. As a part of the research faculty at Georgia Tech, Mr. Howry has provided technical assistance to businesses throughout the state of Georgia and a...
Dana Atkinson MBA /M.S. – Building Construction is a Research Associate II with the Georgia Tech Research Institute and an Instructor in GTRI-OTIEC OSHA course training catalogue. I teach the OSHA 511 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry, OSHA Cranes for Construction, O...