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OSHA Compliance Basics Training

Course Details:

  • Category: OSHA Compliance
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Target Audience: All Employees

Course Overview: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires initial and annual training for all employees on all standards according to their job-related duties. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, OSHA is authorized to conduct workplace inspections and investigations to determine whether employers are complying with standards issued by the agency for safe and healthful workplaces. This training course covers general safety, bloodborne pathogens, hazard communications standards, regulated waste management, and how to be prepared for an OSHA walkthrough.

Training Includes:

  • OSHA Training Requirements
  • OHA Compliance Officer Duties
  • General Safety Compliance
  • "It's the Law" Poster

  • Natural Disasters
  • General Emergency Evacuation Plan
  • Fire Safety Plan
  • Fire-Resistant Materials
  • Fire Extinguishers Use and Inspection
  • Clothing Fire

  • Building Safety Plan
  • Electrical Safety
  • Medical Emergencies and First Aid
  • Chemical Exposure and Eye Wash Stations

  • Record Keeping
  • Employee Rights to Medical Records
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Latex Sensitivities and Allergies
  • Workplace Injuries and Violence
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Training
  • Minimum PPE Use
  • Hepatitis Virus' and Vaccinations

  • Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness
  • Universal Precautions
  • Work Practice and Engineering Controls

  • Sharps Containers and Sharps Injury Log
  • Needle Safety

  • Emergency Procedures and Contingency Plans
  • Housekeeping, Disinfection and Sterilization Procedures
  • Handling and Transporting Infected Equipment

  • Biohazard Labels and Signs
  • Exposure Incidents Steps
  • Hazard Communication Policy
  • Global Harmonized System (GHS), Pictogram, and Labels
  • Hazard Risk Assessment, Classes, and Categories
  • Hazardous Chemicals and Drugs
  • Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
  • Regulated Waste Plan
  • Handling Medical Waste, Labeling, Storage, and Transportation
  • Chemical and Hazardous Drug Spills
  • Blood or Body Fluid Spills
  • Merry Cleanup and Disposal