Who should attend
This course is designed for supervisors, managers, safety professionals, and others who want to become an OSHA Outreach Trainer in General Industry.
About the course
Learn how to become an outreach trainer capable of teaching both 10- and 30-hour general industry courses. You’ll understand your rights and responsibilities under the OSHA Act and be able to carry out the OSHA provisions provided by several instructors from different industries in both the private and public sector. Construction industry outreach trainers must take OSHA 503: Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers every four years to maintain their status as an outreach trainer.
What You Will Learn
- OSHA safety and health standards as well as policies and procedures
- Common violations of these standards
- How to do internal training on OSHA regulations and record keeping
How You Will Benefit
- Understand practical instructional methods and how to use visual aids and handouts.
- Spot common violations of OSHA standards.
- Learn to communicate how using the OSHA standards and regulations can supplement an ongoing safety and health program.
- OSH ACT
- 29 CFR 1903
- INSPECTIONS, CITATIONS, AND PENALTIES
- HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
- EXIT ROUTES, EMERGENCY ACTION PLANS, AND FIRE PREVENTION PLANS
- MATERIAL HANDLING
- PERMIT-REQUIRED CONFINED SPACE ENTRY
- WALKING AND WORKING SURFACES
Under the Consultation Program, Ms. Warren conducts on-site assessments for health, safety and environmental hazards at construction sites and industrial facilities around Georgia. This includes conducting exposure assessments of physical and chemical workplace hazards. Ms. Warren’s primary area ...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.