OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance: General Industry
Hours: 10.00 | Estimated Cost: $299.00
This training presents information about the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) and how the Act is implemented to achieve compliance, profitability and survivability in today's cost-conscious environment. Explore OSHA standards that govern general industry, how to read and use the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and compliance programs and procedures required for the workplace. Topics are intended for personnel who utilize Federal OSHA standards as directed by state requirements.
Receive an OSHA 10-hour card upon completion.
* OSHA Standards
* Walking and Working Surfaces, Subpart D
* Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection, Subparts E & L
* Electrical, Subpart S
* Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Subpart I
* Hazard Communication, Subpart Z
* Hazardous Materials (Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating), Subpart H
* Materials Handling, Subpart N
* Machine Guarding, Subpart O
Benefits & Outcomes
* A safer work environment
* Increased production and higher quality
* Lower insurance premiums
* Reduced operating costs and improve your organization’s safety record
Supervisors, safety managers and individuals in general industry who need to complete the 10-hour voluntary training requirement.
Instructor & Presenter Bios
**Jim Lange** is an Instructor and Department Chair within the Safety Engineering Technology Department at Fox Valley Technical College.
Prior to joining Fox Valley Technical College, Jim worked in the paper, packaging, chemical and construction industries. He is a Certified Safety Professional, holds a Bachelors of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater majoring in Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health, and a Masters of Science in Management and Organizational Behavior from Silver Lake College.
He has spoken at numerous local, state, and national safety conferences and was named a Rising Star of Safety by the National Safety Council in 2011.