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OSHA Training

Do you or someone in your team need OSHA training? If so, this Outreach Training Program is the perfect course for employees and groups looking to gain an understanding of California’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) General Industry Standards.

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2 Hrs 25 Min
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5 On-demand Videos
Closed Captions

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Course Topics
5  Topics
Question & Answers
10 Prep Questions
Certificate of Completion

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This OSHA training – online safety training course is designed for individuals interested in OSHA, or the general industry health and safety standards for their staff. This Outreach Training Program is for employees and groups interested in learning more about Cal/OSHA General Industry Standards and policies.

Course OSHA topics in this online safety training course include:

  • Title 8 General Industry Standards and compliance
  • Outreach Training Programs as well as those which are most hazardous in general industry
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program
  • Cal/OSHA training guidelines

Upon course completion

Students will be able to understand the relationship between OSHA and Cal/OSHA Standards/policies/procedures. They will be able to identify hazards that occur in the general industry, locate and determine appropriate Cal/OSHA General Industry Standards/policies/procedures, and describe the use of Cal/OSHA General Industry Standards/regulations to supplement an ongoing safety and health program.

This course meets the requirement of the annual training for generalized work areas only.

What you will learn in this OSHA training course:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of hazards in the workplace such as slips, falls, fires, and burns
  • Knowledge of PPE and prevention of respiratory illness
  • Demonstrate knowledge of MSDS sheets with the importance and requirements of each chemical
  • Knowledge of fire and electrical safety

This course is intended for any student or employer that requires annual required training to meet federal guidelines. 

About CAL/OSHA Standards

CAL/OSHA Standards for General Industry (OSHA 5119) is developed in collaboration with the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration, highlighting general industry standards and compliance to Title 8 Industrial Relations of the California Code of Regulations (CCR). In this comprehensive online OSHA training course, you will learn specific safety topics such as:

  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
  • Multi-employer and dual employer
  • Machinery and Machine Guarding
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Confined Space
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Ergonomics
  • Electrical Safety
  • Heat Illness Prevention

By taking this course, you’ll gain a heightened awareness of the bond between OSHA and Cal/OSHA Standards, policies, and procedures. You’ll understand how to recognize general industry hazards accurately; locate relevant regulations efficiently; interpret General Industry Standards precisely; and use all Cal/OSHA rules to boost your existing safety program without fail!

Key Term Knowledge Base: Key Terms Related to OSHA Training

Understanding key terms related to OSHA training is crucial for ensuring workplace safety and compliance with regulations. These terms form the foundation of the principles and practices that OSHA promotes to prevent accidents and health issues in the workplace.

TermDefinition
OSHAOccupational Safety and Health Administration, a U.S. government agency responsible for ensuring safe and healthy working conditions
PPEPersonal Protective Equipment, gear worn to minimize exposure to hazards
MSDSMaterial Safety Data Sheet, a document that contains information on the potential hazards of a chemical product
Hazard CommunicationA standard that requires employers to inform employees about the hazards of chemicals they might be exposed to at work
Lockout/TagoutSafety procedures used to ensure that machines are properly shut off and not started up again before the completion of maintenance or repair work
ErgonomicsThe study of people’s efficiency in their working environment, often related to the design of equipment or systems
RespiratorA device worn to protect the wearer from inhaling harmful dust, fumes, vapors, or gases
Fall ProtectionSystems and procedures designed to prevent falls or to safely arrest a fall should one occur
Confined SpacesAn area not designed for continuous occupancy, which can be hazardous to workers entering them
Safety Data Sheet (SDS)A document that provides detailed information about a chemical, including hazards and safety precautions
Bloodborne PathogensInfectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease
Hazardous MaterialsSubstances that can pose a physical or health risk
Safety AuditA systematic evaluation of the safety of a company’s working environment
Industrial HygieneThe science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause workers’ injury or illness
Emergency Action PlanA plan that outlines actions to be taken in case of a fire or other emergency
Job Hazard AnalysisA technique that focuses on job tasks to identify hazards before they occur
Noise ExposureThe assessment of noise levels in a workplace and its potential impact on employees
Fire PreventionMeasures taken to prevent the outbreak of fire and to limit its spread
Electrical SafetySafe practices for working with or around electrical equipment
Safety CultureThe attitude, beliefs, perceptions, and values that employees share in relation to safety within the workplace
RecordkeepingThe process of maintaining records related to safety, such as injury and illness logs
Workplace StressPsychological and physical symptoms arising from work conditions

This list should provide a solid foundation for understanding OSHA training and the general principles of workplace safety and health.

Frequently Asked Questions About OSHA Training

Who is this OSHA training course intended for?

This OSHA training course is designed for individuals interested in OSHA or the general industry health and safety standards for their staff. It is perfect for employees and groups looking to gain an understanding of California’s Occupational Safety & Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) General Industry Standards​.

What are the key topics covered in this OSHA training course?

The course covers various topics including Title 8 General Industry Standards and compliance, Outreach Training Programs, Injury and Illness Prevention Program, and Cal/OSHA training guidelines. It also includes knowledge of hazards in the workplace such as slips, falls, fires, and burns, knowledge of PPE and prevention of respiratory illness, and knowledge of MSDS sheets with the importance and requirements of each chemical.

What skills will I acquire upon completing this OSHA training course?

Upon course completion, students will understand the relationship between OSHA and Cal/OSHA Standards/policies/procedures. They will be able to identify hazards that occur in the general industry, locate and determine appropriate Cal/OSHA General Industry Standards/policies/procedures, and describe the use of Cal/OSHA General Industry Standards/regulations to supplement an ongoing safety and health program.

Does this OSHA training course fulfill any regulatory requirements?

Yes, this course meets the requirement of the annual training for generalized work areas only​.

What is OSHA and why is it important?

OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It is a federal agency responsible for ensuring safe and healthy working conditions for employees by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. OSHA training is important because it helps employers and employees understand, prevent, and avoid safety and health hazards in the workplace. It can also contribute to a more efficient operation, improved morale, and a decrease in work-related injuries and illnesses.

How does OSHA assist in training requirements?

OSHA provides information on employers’ training requirements and offers resources such as free publications, videos, and other assistance to help employers protect workers against injuries and illnesses.

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OSHA Training Course Content

Module 1: The Basics

  •    The Basics

Module 2: Construction and Facility

  •    Construction and Facility

Module 3: MSDS Sheets

  •    MSDS Sheets

Module 4: OSHA in Healthcare

  •    OSHA in Healthcare

Module 5: Other Risk Areas

  •    Other Risk Areas
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Your Training Instructor

Wendy Bell

Wendy Bell

Instructor

Wendy Wendy is a certified coder with accreditation through AAPC. She has worded in healthcare for twenty plus years and has worked in multiple specialties such as Radiology, family practice, chiropractic, OB/ Gyn, Orthopedics and more. She has been an active member of her local AAPC chapter and served as Vice President and Member Education roles. Wendy not only educates; she continues to in the field daily as a consultant to help providers find cash flow problems and get them resolved quickly.

Personally, she lives in Naples, Maine during the summer months and Florida in the winter, giving her the best of both worlds. She has two grown daughters and a sweet granddaughter. In her free time she enjoys camping, travel and a giant Patriots fan .

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