Accident Investigation Reporting
Get trained on how to prevent future accidents by understanding the source.
Basic Safety Orientation (GI)
Get an introduction to common hazards and safety measures in general industry.
Basics of Petroleum Refining
Get an overview of crude oil characteristics and how petroleum refineries work.
Avoid exposure to HIV, hepatitis, and other BBP by following OSHA standards.
Confined Spaces & Permit Required Confined Spaces (GI)
Learn the hazards of confined space work and how to stay safe per 1926 Subpart AA.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace
Learn to recognize and address drug or alcohol abuse in the workplace.
Electrical Safety (GI)
Learn how to prevent workplace injuries and fatalities caused by electricity.
Emergency Action Plan
Get trained on OSHA's requirements for fire protection plans and more.
Prevent serious back and musculoskeletal injuries from lifting, pushing, and more.
Ergonomics for Office Workers
Discover how you can reduce stresses to avoid ergonomic issues at work.
Fire Protection (C)
Learn OSHA's fire protection standards for construction sites.
First Aid I
Understand basic first aid including evaluating ill people and controlling bleeding.
Why Is General Safety Training Important?
General safety training enables management to ensure a safe and healthy work environment and equips employees with the knowledge necessary to diagnose and fix safety hazards. By providing general health and safety training, a company reduces the rates of injury and illness, promoting a work culture where employees are valued.
What Is OSHA General Safety Training?
OSHA standards for occupations such as construction, agriculture, and general industries contain specific safety training provisions for assuring workers' safety. These general OSHA safety training requirements provide employees with the skills required for keeping themselves and others safe while working.
Who Provides OSHA Safety Training Certifications?
There is no such thing as OSHA certified safety training courses. However, instructors like 360training are authorized by OSHA to provide outreach training. These outreach safety training courses are the closest thing to "OSHA certification." Upon successful completion of an OSHA 10-Hour or 30-Hour course, learners receive an official Department of Labor (DOL) card.
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