OSHA-Workplace Safety

QAR 99

        When it comes to your business’s priority list, safety should always come first. Ensuring the safety of your workers is paramount. This collection is specifically designed for industries that fall under the OSHA regulations in the US. This collection will help both you and your workers understand basic safety principles according to OSHA.

Courses in Collection

    OSHA Worker Rights & Protection

    Fall Prevention

    PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

    OSHA Severe Injury Reporting & Record Keeping

    Trenching & Excavation

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    Module 1 :OSHA Worker Rights & Protection

           When it comes to the workplace, danger should never be just another part of the job. Thanks to laws, federal regulations, and common sense training, American workplaces are largely very safe. But occasionally, things go wrong, and the work environment becomes unsafe.

    Topic's covered :
            Federal occupational safety and health standards

            Your right to training and information about safety and health issues

           How to respond proactively if you believe workplace conditions are unsafe or unhealthy

            How the law protects workers from employer retaliation in case of complaint
    Module 2 : Fall Prevention

           There’s a reason why falling often features in bad dreams. Anyone that’s experienced or witnessed a bad fall knows it’s a nightmare. Falling from height can result in serious injury, and, in worse-case scenarios, even death. The thing is, with proper planning, protection, and training, serious falls are entirely preventable.

    Topic's covered :
            How to follow plans to ensure each working at height task is carried out safely

            How to use the correct equipment and fall protection for the job

            How to request any specific training you need to use specialist equipment safely in your workplace

    Module 3 :PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)

           The good news is, by wearing Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, your workers can minimize their exposure to workplace hazards. Correct selection and use of PPE mean your workers’ risk of personal injury or long-term medical conditions is significantly reduced

    Topic's covered :
            How to identify when PPE is necessary

            The different types of PPE and their uses/limitations

            How to use appropriate PPE depending on the circumstance

           What training you need to use your specific PPE correctly

    Module 4 :OSHA Severe Injury Reporting & Record Keeping

           Paperwork after a stressful event might feel like a bit of a headache, but it’s important. It helps regulatory bodies like OSHA build up a picture of hazards in your workplace and industry, meaning worker protection can be built up, too.

    Topic's covered :
            Minor, recordable, and serious injuries and illnesses according to OSHA criteria

            How to maintain and post records in line with OSHA requirements for reporting injury and illness in the workplace

            How to meet additional reporting requirements for severe injury

    Module 5 :Trenching & Excavation

           Excavation and trenching are among the most hazardous activities for construction workers. That’s why OSHA’s excavation standards are essential to anyone working within them. With the proper safety measures in place, the risks of excavation-related incidents are greatly reduced, and everyone can get to work safely.

    Topic's covered :
            What OSHA excavation standards cover, and how they protect workers

            How to identify and evaluate trenching and excavation hazards

            How to safely enter and exit trenches and excavations at your job site

            OSHA’s slope it, shore it, shield it guidance to prevent cave-ins

    Module 6 :First Aid: CPR

           CPR, or cardiopulmonary resuscitation, is a form of emergency first aid that’s performed when someone is unconscious, unresponsive, and not breathing. In serious situations like this, delivering immediate CPR can more than double their chance of survival. This course will build everyone’s knowledge of this essential, life-saving skill.

    Topic's covered :
            When CPR is needed in emergency medical situations

            Essential safety measures before, during, and after administering CPR

            The 3 steps of the CAB (Compression Airways Breathing) method of resuscitation

            The steps of proper use of an automated external defibrillator (AED)

    Module 7 :Spills & Hazardous Waste (HAZWOPER)

           Hazardous waste is a by-product of pretty much all industrial processes. Handled properly, these materials don’t cause harm, but accidents can happen, and things do sometimes go wrong. If spilled or exposed, hazardous materials can cause some serious damage.

    Topic's covered :
            The legal requirements for employee training in spills and hazardous waste

            How to use PPE in conjunction with other protective methods to shield workers from hazards

            How to tailor your Emergency Response Plan (ERP) to the specific hazards of the worksite

    Module 8 :Chemical Hazards & Toxic Substances

           Chemicals are all around us. From brushing your teeth before work, to sanitizing your hands before a meeting, chemicals are part of everyday life. In the workplace, chemicals are also often an essential part of working practices, whatever your industry. Many chemicals are harmless, but some can be hazardous.

    Topic's covered :
            How to identify and evaluate chemical hazards and toxic substances in your workplace

            How to regulate worker exposure to hazardous materials through a hierarchy of controls

            How to communicate information about chemical hazards and toxic substances through safety data sheets, labeling, and training

    Module 9 :Occupational Noise Exposure

           OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, sets limits on noise exposure at work. As an employer, you’re legally required to protect your workers from the hazards of noise. The good news is that occupational hearing loss is entirely preventable, and there are many ways to control exposure, whatever your industry. This course shows you how.

    Topic's covered :
            Your legal responsibilities regarding occupational noise exposure and hearing conservation as an employer

            How to measure exposure to noise and any health effects on your workers

            Noise control measures, including engineering, administrative, and personal protective equipment (PPE)

    Module 10 :The Dangers of Working in the Heat

           There’s nothing like a bit of sunshine to quite literally brighten your day. From an improved mood to increased energy, working outdoors can be a great experience. But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows, as the saying goes. Working in the heat has some serious downsides, too. Every year, thousands of workers get sick from occupational heat exposure. Heat illness is serious, and in some cases, even fatal. If your employees work in the heat, they need to know the dangers, and how to protect themselves and others from the hazards of heat.

    Topic's covered :
            The contributing factors for heat illness (including personal risk factors)

            How to protect yourself and others from heat-related illness at work

            How to recognize symptoms of heat illness and take immediate action

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    OSHA-Workplace Safety

    QAR 99