Show Your Organization’s Commitment to Safety - Create a higher level of awareness throughout your
organization and achieve greater buy-in for all your safety initiatives
We’re Inviting You to Attend the
30-Hour California OSHA Compliance Course and Arm Yourself With the Skills and
Information You Need to:
- Develop a more in-depth understanding of California’s safety and health
- Understand the safety program elements of an Injury and Illness
Prevention Plan (SB198)
- Maintain an inspection-ready facility
- Explain the inspection process and its effects
- Define the violation and penalty assessment procedure and the right of
Attending This 30-Hour Course Will
Keep Your Company Healthy, Safe, and Productive
The financial benefits of taking this 30-hour course can be staggering. Your
work site will be safer and healthier, man-hours lost to injury and downtime
will plummet, and productivity will increase. Your insurance rates will reflect
your commitment to safety and you’ll be able to sleep better at night knowing
that you’re doing everything you can to protect your company from costly
penalties for non-compliance.
This Is Serious Training That Isn’t
Dry and Tedious
Sometimes getting highly technical training can be as exciting as watching paint
dry. We promise that when you attend this training event, you won’t just sit
there getting a five-day lecture! We’ve packed these sessions with interactive
exercises that will give you practical experience you can use immediately. Plus,
you’ll get a firsthand look at many of the resources and tools you’ll need to
create your own training back at work.
And, upon successful completion of this course, you’ll receive your 30-hour
training card from OSHA that shows your deep commitment to the safety and health
of your employees.
Act Now and Save Your Company From
This 30-hour compliance course is the #1 way to keep your workplace safe and
compliant and save you from costly fines. So even if you only use one strategy
that saves your company from a compliance error — or an employee from a
life-threatening injury — this program will more than pay for itself several
times over. Don’t wait another minute!
What You'll Learn
- Gain a thorough understanding of how OSHA
works; violations that can affect your company and industry; and OSHA’s
process for dealing with accidents, illnesses; and worker complaints.
- Get up-to-the-minute information on the
latest general industry changes in OSHA regulations and standards.
- Reduce the time it takes to handle OSHA
recordkeeping — while still meeting the rigorous requirements.
- Develop more effective training programs,
gain employee and management buy-in, and meet OSHA’s complex requirements
- Use proactive safety-audit tools to
significantly reduce — or possibly eliminate — the number of accidents and
injuries in your workplace.
- Assess your organization’s level of
compliance and shore up areas of weakness.
- Save your organization money by slashing
accident-associated costs such as insurance premiums, workers’ compensation,
time off, and more.
- Alert your organization to proposed OSHA
changes so you can take them into account when planning for future growth.
- Know which resources to turn to for
up-to-the-minute information on OSHA rules and regulations.
- Know the procedure for an OSHA inspection so you’ll deal confidently
with inspectors should the need arise.
- Test your knowledge
- Understanding California OSHA Standards
- Comprehensive review of Federal OSHA 4-Point Plan
- The Eight Elements of Cal OSHA
- Creating a clear, effective safety policy
- Understanding management’s responsibility and authority for safety and
- Developing training and education initiatives
- Boosting employee compliance
- Using workers’ notification of unsafe conditions to get employees
- Creating a safety committee or task force and who should be on it
- Performing worksite analysis with self-inspections/ audits and
- Understanding the most-cited safety and health violations
- Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
– Health Hazard Recognition
– Airborne Contaminants
– Abating Health Hazards
- Creating a hazard communication program
- Creating a control plan for bloodborne pathogen exposure
- Conducting a workplace hazard assessment for Personal Protective
- Certified PPE training – what you need to know
- Indoor Air Quality: sick building syndrome and building-related disease
- Defining permit-required confined space
- Machine Guarding: point of operation, prime movers, and rotating/moving
- What causes electrocution and how to prevent it
- Procedures and programs behind controlling hazardous energy
- Material handling and training requirement for power industrial trucks
- Guidelines of ergonomics
- Creating a hierarchy of prevention with ergonomics
- Office safety: creating an effective team
- Defining workplace violence
- Understanding what you can do about workplace violence
- Identifying and preventing noise issues
- Factors to consider in accident investigations
- Why and how you should document accident investigations
- The 3-step formula for hazard prevention and control
- Voluntary guidelines on training
- Standards that require training
- Creating acceptable training programs
- OSHA recordkeeping and reporting
- Post-test course evaluation
Who Should Attend
Any person with safety responsibilities will benefit from this all-inclusive training, including ...
- Safety managers and
- Production managers
- Safety committee
- Business owners
- Plant managers
- Production engineers
- Safety coordinators
- Facility managers
- Line supervisors
- Human resources
- Supervisors and
- Industrial engineers
- Maintenance personnel