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The main objective of this session is to familiarize you with how OSHA and the General Duty Clause affect your job and our workplace. By the time the session is over, you will be able to understand the purpose of OSHA; identify OSHA’s strategies for improving workplace safety; recognize the impact of the General Duty Clause; and know your OSHA rights and responsibilities.
Are your employees prepared for GHS compliance? In this session, your trainees will learn how to recognize hazardous chemicals, understand the risk they pose, interpret the information on chemical labels, understand safety data sheets (SDS), protect themselves from physical and health hazards, and respond to emergencies.
Workplace meetings can be a productivity-killing, morale-busting, frustrating waste of time…or they can be a great way to communicate strategies, encourage new ideas, and inspire your workforce to new heights.
Employees play a critical role in helping to achieve safety and health objectives. By the end of this online safety training course employees will be able to understand why safety is such an important workplace issue, identify the requirements of OSHA and the law, know what the safety policy requires, and take an active role in promoting workplace safety and health.
By the end of this safety training course, you will be able to identify slip, trip, and fall hazards at work. You will understand safety specifications and features of walking surfaces and openings and how to use stairs and ladders safely to prevent slip and fall accidents. This course teaches employees how to avoid and eliminate slip and trip hazards while at work.
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Do you fully understand what your responsibilities are when it comes to compliance with OSHA and other federal and state safety rules and regulations? For many organizations, getting the information and tools you need to stay on track and in compliance is time-consuming and expensive. The Workplace Safety training library includes everything you need. . .