safety professional

Safety for Non-Safety Professionals

Safety & OSHA

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This information-packed one-day course is designed specifically for the person who has a safety responsibility but has little to no background in workplace safety, OSHA, or Federal safety requirements. This course will introduce OSHA, their requirements, designing safe work, and maintaining safe work environments.


This program will introduce OSHA and the OSHA safety standards, incident investigations and root cause analysis, the ten most frequently cited OSHA standards, the Five Fundamentals of Safety, and coaching for improvement. This program will address frequently used safety terms and concepts and will equip the participant with tools they can put to use immediately in their workplace.


Topics Covered in this Course:


  • Introduction to OSHA, their standards, and their website
  • Incident Investigation & Root Cause Analysis
  • Overview of the Top Ten Most Frequently Cite OSHA Standards
  • The Five Fundamentals of Safety
  • Hazard Identification and Prevention


Learning Objectives:

Understand OSHA and their requirements, navigate and find tools on the OSHA website, designing safe work, set-up and maintaining safe work environments, investigate incidents to find the root cause, use techniques to successfully coach employees in safe work.


Who Should Attend:

Human Resource professionals, frontline supervisors, safety team members, and any employee who has a safety responsibility in their job description.

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