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OSHA 10-Hour Workplace Safety Training LIVE Virtual Training

presented by SkillPath Seminars

This virtual seminar is two days of highly interactive, instructor-led training that provides employees with the basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting hazards associated with their work.

Full Description

HRCI and SHRM Certified

Stay current with OSHA’s ever-changing rules in this LIVE, virtual workshop. OSHA 10-Hour Workplace Safety Training is two days of highly interactive, instructor-led training that provides employees with the basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting hazards associated with their work.

Keep your company’s bottom line safe from OSHA fines. Protect your employees with the latest, must-know safety compliance information and protect your organization with proven OSHA-authorized compliance strategies.

The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval. SkillPath is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSMor SHRM-SCPSM.


  • Get up to date fast on OSHA’s latest changes
  • Gain cost-saving ergonomics solutions
  • Prevent common safety hazards that result in OSHA violations
  • Meet OSHA’s stringent record-keeping requirements in less time
  • Know where OSHA inspectors are most likely to look
  • Avoid huge fines by understanding compliance basics for bloodborne pathogens, HazCom, Emergency Action Plans (EAPs), site-specific training, whistleblower retaliation and more


Program time: 5 hours each day (10 hours total)

Session 1: Introduction to OSHA — Compliance basics

  • Learn what OSHA is and why it exists
  • Find out how the General Duty Clause (GDC) affects the employer
  • Employer responsibilities to workers
  • Your employee rights under OSHA
  • Best resources for staying current on changes to OSHA standards, guidelines and requirements

Session 2: Prevent common hazards that result in safety violations

  • Top OSHA safety violations and how to avoid them
  • The Emergency Action Plan (EAP), mandatory elements and minimum requirements
  • How to prevent slips, falls and other accidents waiting to happen
  • Fire prevention and the best fire extinguisher for each type of fire
  • “Gray areas” in OSHA’s accident prevention guidelines that could wind up costing your organization
  • Key components of the Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard ? and why you need to know them
  • OSHA’s Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements and what employers must provide

Session 3: Comply with OSHA’s stringent training requirements

  • Identify the additional site-specific training OSHA now require
  • Hazardous waste and emergency response training standards
  • Instances when you MUST train personnel to comply with OSHA standards
  • The most common types of training that require OSHA documentation
  • Core elements of an effective training program that meets OSHA requirements
  • Understanding how OSHA evaluates your training
  • Training requirements that often go overlooked ? until OSHA arrives

Session 4: Latest standards, rules, & proposals

  • OSHA standards and directives for preventing occupational exposure to COVID-19
  • Injury and illness data ? how OSHA amended its recordkeeping regulation
  • How have OSHA’s inspection priorities shifted?
  • OSHA’s updated Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and revised rules for labeling chemicals
  • Other late-breaking directives, interpretations, and guidelines from OSHA

Session 5: Be ready for a site inspection

  • Why you should develop a Pre-inspection Contingency Plan
  • Get an insider’s look at the OSHA inspection process
  • Understand your rights when the compliance officer arrives unannounced at your door
  • Find out the places (and records) where inspectors are sure to look
  • Learn options if cited and know when to contest an OSHA citation

Session 6: Preventing workplace violence: OSHA guidelines for reducing risk

  • Find out if your organization is likely to experience workplace violence
  • Discover the organizational factors that contribute to workplace violence
  • Who poses the greatest threat and commits which types of violent acts
  • The 12 danger-prevention measures to implement that minimize or eliminate workplace violence

Who Should Attend

HR and Compliance personnel


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