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OSHA 10-Hour Training
May 11 @ 8:30 am - May 12 @ 2:00 pm$495.00
Safety in the workplace is a must if you want your employees to be productive and your company profitable. Injuries and illnesses caused by unsafe acts and
unsafe conditions are likely to happen when training, written programs, and procedures are not planned or implemented.
IMC is partnering with EMS Consulting to bring you this OSHA 10-Hour Training (based on the 29CFR 1910 Regulations for General Industry). You will learn the 3 main elements in any successful safety program. For example, do you know which OSHA rules require annual training? Which OSHA regulations require written programs? Do you know how to provide forklift training? How are scissor lifts regulated?
This program will include:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Subpart D – Walking and Working Surfaces – Including Fall Protection
- Subparts E and L – Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention
- Subpart S – Electrical
- Subpart I – Personal Protective Equipment
- Subpart Z – Hazard Communication
- Subpart N – Materials Handling
- Subpart O – Machine Guarding
- Subpart Z – Bloodborne Pathogens
- …and more
This training is applicable to all employees, from the new hire to the President and is great for front-line employees, supervisors and department managers. After completion, each participant will receive a certification of completion from IMC and EMS Consulting as well as a General Industry Card from OSHA.
Training begins each day at 8:30 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with 30 minutes for lunch, provided by IMC.
This training qualifies for WEDnetPA funding as Essential Skills Training with the full registration fee reimbursable for qualified participants.
Dennis Buck, CHCM, DSM, CHST, OSHA Consultation Program Consultant. Dennis has been the trainer for over 100 OSHA 10- & 30-Hour training programs and has trained thousands of students.