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There are many benefits available to both employees and employers when it comes to this program. A few examples of these benefits are:
There are four different work industries represented in the OSHA Outreach Training Program. These four categories are:
Each work industry in the program has both an OSHA 10-hour course and an OSHA 30-hour except for one. The disaster site worker category offers a 7.5-hour and a 15-hour course.
Both the 10- and 30-hour courses cover different topics based on the industry you work in; however, the overall intended purpose for these courses is the same despite the industry.
The construction industry is one of the most hazardous workplaces; employees in the construction industry face danger on a daily basis. The topics that are covered in the OSHA 30 course for the construction industry include:
General Industry covers a lot of specific topics that may or may not be present in every workplace within an industry. Some of these topics covered in an OSHA 30 general industry course include:
This course is not offered. Please see other sellers. Less known than the construction and general industry courses are the maritime courses. There are many unique hazards in the maritime industry, and some employers require their employees to take this training course before employment. The OSHA 30 course for the maritime industry covers:
Workplace safety is very important for each and every employee in the industry because all workers desire to work in a safe and protected atmosphere. Workplace safety will minimize the risk of injury on the job.
A safe and healthy workplace not only protects workers from injury and illness, but can also lower injury and illness costs, increase productivity and quality, and raise employee morale. More than that, it is the right thing to do.
Safety training courses, regardless of the format, help employees become more informed and conscious about their own safety as well as the safety of their fellow employees.
Without safety training, employees will be unprepared when facing hazards in their workplace. If hazards and incidents are not handled properly, it puts even more employees at risk of getting hurt. Safety training reduces the possibility of injury and death, benefiting everyone.
There are lots of ways to accomplish safety training that are easy, affordable, and convenient. In the end, safety training should be a blessing, not a burden. That’s why we offer a selection of training methods so that you can choose the most convenient one for your company.
Here at Hard Hat Training, our goal is to make safety training easy and affordable. Our vision is to help companies minimize accidents and fatalities through consistent, in-depth training. Our training materials are frequently updated, enabling us to offer the most thorough, up-to-date, easy-to-use, compliance training options on the market today.