1. Introduction to OSHA
This training provides an overview of OSHA and its regulations. Employees learn about their rights and responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, how to file a complaint, and what to do in the event of an accident or injury.
2. Workplace Safety
This training covers important safety topics such as working with hazardous materials, electrical safety, machine hazards, and hand and power tools. Employees learn how to recognize and avoid common workplace hazards, and understand the necessary safety precautions to take when working with various materials and equipment.
3. Hazardous Materials
Employees receive training on how to safely handle and dispose of hazardous materials. They learn about the different types of hazardous materials that may be encountered in the workplace, the health and environmental dangers they pose, and proper handling procedures.
4. Emergency Preparedness and Response
This training teaches employees how to respond in the event of a workplace emergency. They learn about evacuation procedures, first aid, and how to contact emergency services.
5. Electrical Safety
This training provides employees with information on how to safely work with electricity. They learn about electrical hazards present in the workplace, safe work practices, and what to do in the event of an electrical accident or incident.
6. Machine Hazards
Employees receive instruction on how to safely operate machines in the workplace. They learn about the types of injuries that can occur from machine accidents, how to properly adjust machines for their own safety, and what to do if they encounter a machine hazard while working.
7. Hand and Power Tools
Employees learn about the safe use of hand and power tools in the workplace. They receive instruction on how to select the right tool for the job, proper tool usage techniques, and how to avoid injuries from improper tool use.
8. Welding and Cutting
Welders and cutters receive special training on how to safely perform their jobs. They learn about potential welding hazards such as fire and explosion risks, welding fumes, slag burns, and eye injuries. They also learn about proper welding techniques and safe work practices.
9. Noise and Hearing Conservation
Employees receive instruction on how noise can affect hearing health in the workplace. They learn about permissible noise levels, hearing protection devices,and effective ways to reduce noise exposure while working.
Employees who operate forklifts receive training on how to safely drive and operate the vehicles. They learn about the dangers of operating a forklift, proper driving techniques, and how to avoid accidents and injuries while working.