This general industry course is designed to train both employers and employees on the basics of occupational safety and health.



What is OSHA Inspection Training?

ROI Safety Service’s OSHA Inspection Training aims to educate both Employers and employees on what triggers an OSHA Inspection and what an OSHA Inspection entails.

This course helps any worker understand occupational safety requirements and be in compliance and provides insight to identify hazardous conditions and prevent injury for a safer workplace.

When you are educated, you are empowered. OSHA visits or surprise inspections don’t have to be scary as you’ll be aware of what an inspection checklist consists of and the steps that go into report generation.  This course will leave you certified with this critical knowledge making you a key asset at your workplace.

Who Should Take OSHA Inspection Training Course?

This course suits anyone who needs an introduction or refresher to the OSHA standards and OSHA Inspection, particularly those working in confined spaces, ‘high-hazard industries’ or workplaces. 

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Certificate of Completion

After completing our OSHA Inspection Training course, you will get a personalized Safety Course Certificate with your name, the course you completed, and the date & time of completion for your records. Print it, hang it up, or forward it to your boss or HR department for verification.  

Simple-to-use LMS!

Enjoy completing this safety course at your own pace using our simple-to-use LMS (Learning Management System)! The OSHA Inspection Training course contains 1 video that you can complete in one sitting, or resume later and our system will hold your place to resume at a later time if you need to step away from your computer! Even after completing the course, you can return anytime within a full year, for a refresher at your convenience!

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  • Have a safe work environment free from serious recognized hazards
  • Have and use safe tools and equipment and properly maintain this equipment
  • Develop warning system and signage for hazardous materials
  • Keeping established operating procedures updated and communicating them so that employees follow safety and health requirements
  • Posting OSHA citations at or near the work area involved

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