OSHA Awareness Training Class Description

The video begins with an introduction to OSHA and its purpose to protect American workers. Under the OSH Act, employees have rights and employers have responsibilities to provide a safe working environment.

Employee OSHA Awareness Training Course The videos provide general awareness to candidates by breaking down the different categories of hazards in the workplace. After taking the class and watching the videos, candidates know what the potential hazards might be in the workplace. The class also provides recommended solutions to guard against some of the more common hazards. Exit routes, for example, must not be obstructed or locked and should be properly marked.

Why is this a required Maintenance Best Course?

Temporary workers are being used increasingly and OSHA has found that these workers are more prone to be placed in hazardous situations without proper training and equipment. OSHA is so concerned that they started the Temporary Worker Initiative (TWI) to protect Temporary workers. TWI places clear responsibility for worker safety on the Host Employer and the Staffing agency. Temporary workers need to know this information to protect themselves and others while on the job.

Who is the target audience for the OSHA Awareness Training Class?

The target audience for this class is all candidates looking for employment with Maintenance Best. This is a Maintenance Best required course.

Class Requirements:

Course Includes:

OSHA Awareness Training Class - Course Curriculum

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OSHA Overview
  • Point 1 – OSHA Background
  • Point 2 – Employee’s Rights under OSHA
  • Point 3 – Employer’s Responsibilities
  • Point 4 – OSHA Standards & Inspections
  • Point 5 – OSHA Reporting & Resources

  • Walking, Working Surfaces & Exit Routes
  • Define walking & working surfaces
  • Define hazards
  • Ways to protect against the hazards
  • Discuss Fall Protection and fall protection systems
  • Define Exit routes & hazards
  • Outline what employees must know
  • Outline what employers must do

  • Electrical & Fire Protection
  • Define electrical hazards
  • Define how employees can protect themselves

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Define PPE
  • Outlining what employees must do
  • Define employer responsibilities
  • Hazard Communications & Emergency Plans
  • Define the hazard standard and classification of chemicals
  • Define Exit Routes and what an Evacuation Plan must include

  • Materials Handling
  • Define Materials Handling
  • Outline employer responsibilities

  • Machine Guarding
  • Define Machine Guarding