OSHA Standards on safe Lift Truck Operation. Affected employees will receive Forklift Operator Training and upon completion, an OSHA recognized certificate.
EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES
Emergency and evacuation planning and procedures. Participants will learn how to develop company specific Emergency Evacuation Plans in case of Fire, Explosion, Tornado and Bomb Threats.
OSHA Hazard Communication training for employers who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace. Participants will learn steps for complying with OSHA Regulations Written Programs, Labeling, MSDS’ and Employee Training.
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS STANDARD
This standard protects workers from exposure to blood and other body fluids. Among its provisions, it requires that sharp items that are contaminated with blood or other body fluids be disposed of in a medical biological hazards (sharps) container.
NEW EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION
Explore the importance of employee orientation to an organization’s safety and health programs and policies. Participants will learn the key elements of New and/or Transferred Employee Orientation Programs, how to evaluate existing programs and orientation needs/models for various types of employees.
EMERGENCY PLANS AND FIRE PREVENTION
All workers must be formally trained to know what the alarms or other warnings mean, where to exit, where to meet for a head count and so on. If workers are expected to use a fire extinguisher, they must be trained about the equipment, when to fight and when to flee, etc.
SAFETY INCENTIVE PROGRAMS
Accidents may be reduced or eliminated through the proper use of on-the-job safety incentive programs which recognize workers for improved safety records and on the job behavior. Learn how to define goals, obtain employee interest and input, and how to create a Safety Incentive Program.
FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS (1910.106 or 1926.152)
Solvent-containing paints, spray cans and other flammable products must be properly stored and dispensed. Large amounts must be stored in appropriate flammable storage cabinets.
INCIDENT/ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION – ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS TRAINING
Principles of Incident/Accident Investigation Training for Supervisors, Safety Committees and Employee Groups. Provides training on how to conduct and reasons for effective Accident Investigation. Participants will learn how to identify basic causes of accidents, interview witnesses, and collect evidence, corrective action and follow-up procedures to prevent recurrence. Learn how to identify causal (root) factors and corrective action from former workers comp lawyers in Sheboygan.