OSHA 10 Training
ROI Safety Services provides comprehensive OSHA 10 Training for your company. This training program is intended to provide construction workers with a basic knowledge of the most common safety and health hazards found on many construction sites, and methods they can use to avoid those hazards.
The OSHA 10 Training also provides students with an overview of how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) operates, and how employee rights are protected under the OSH Act of 1970.
The OSHA 10 Training Will Cover the Following:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Focus Four
– Object strikes
– Equipment Hazards
- OSHA GHS HAZCOM
- Emergency Action Plan
- Waste Profiling
- Inspections requirements
- CUPA/CERS Reporting
- Electronic Waste
- Universal Waste
- Underground Storage Tanks
- Above ground Storage Tanks
- Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC)
- Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
- Health Hazards in Construction
Additional Topics We Can Review:
- Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
- Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, Conveyors
- Stairways and Ladders
- Tools – Hand and Power
- Tools – Hand and Power
- Confined Spaces for Construction
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Fire Protection and Fire Prevention
FAQs about OSHA 10 Training
What is OSHA 10 Training?
OSHA 10 Training is a ten-hour educational program that provides basic safety and health information on occupational hazards. It is aimed at entry-level workers in construction and general industry to promote workplace safety and health and to ensure workers have a fundamental understanding of common workplace hazards and their rights. The training covers topics such as fall protection, personal protective equipment, and hazard communication.
Who is required to take OSHA 10 Training?
OSHA 10 Training is not mandatory under federal law for all workers, but certain states and local jurisdictions have made it a requirement for specific industries, such as construction. Additionally, some employers may require their employees to complete the training as part of their safety protocols. It’s important for workers to check with their state regulations or their employer to determine if they need to complete OSHA 10 Training.
How can I obtain my OSHA 10 card after completing the training?
After successfully completing OSHA 10 Training, participants will receive an OSHA 10 card, which is proof of completion. The card is typically issued by the authorized training provider and should arrive by mail within a few weeks after the course is completed. Participants should ensure that the training provider is authorized by OSHA to deliver the training and that they provide their correct mailing address to avoid any delays in receiving their card.