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Ten Hour Occupational Safety and Health Safety Training Course Outline

Requirements – Total of ten hours of participation in occupational safety and health courses mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
The course has an optional three hours that are chosen from six hours of course offerings but seven hours of specific courses are mandated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Mandatory courses (7 hours) –
1. Bloodborne Pathogens (1 Hour) –
train employee in the proper blood-borne pathogen terminologies,
educate participant in the Needle-stick safety and prevention act as well as the 1991 OSHA Blood-borne pathogens standard,
familiarize participant in the blood-borne pathogens section of the training the participant to fully protect themselves from workplace blood-borne pathogen hazards is the goal of this course.
Topics include: what blood-borne pathogens are, what laws apply, the Exposure Control Plan components, record-keeping & training requirements, hepatitis B vaccination exposure & follow-up.
Walking-Working Surfaces Fall Protection Safety
Course Objective:
The participant will learn the seriousness of trips & falls as an accident cause
a.) understanding what OSHA regulations are applicable
b.) participant will be introduced to the general Requirements for aisles, passageways, housekeeping
c.) participant will be introduced to general requirements for covers and guardrails
d.) participant will learn Definitions of applicable terms in floors, walls, ceilings
e.) participate will be introduced to using ladders and scaffolding safely

3. Fire Protection-Prevention and Emergency Egress Safety
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
A. Identify potential fall hazards, fire hazards, and other potential situations along with management desired skills on dealing with those issues
B. Comprehend the basics of emergency management & how they relate to an jobsite or facility
C. Identify potential emergency management issues and understand what to do about them
D. Comprehend what alarm systems are present at your facility and how to interact with them
E. Assess the seriousness of an emergency & how to react

4. Using and choosing Personal Protective Equipment
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
a. Understanding of what hard hat to choose for their jobsite situation
b. Limitations of PPE
c. Alternatives to PPE
d. When to change your PPE
e. What the legal requirements are for the type of PPE
5. Introduction to OSHA
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
a) Understanding how OSHA is structured internally
b) Comprehension on how OSHA picks its sites for inspection
c) Understanding of the process of an OSHA inspection of a particular site
d) Comprehension of the Appeals Process for any location which has been cited


Introduction to Electrical Safety
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
A. Train the participant in electrical maintenance skills
B. Educate the participant in potential electrical hazards on an oil rig & what to do about them
C. Provide the participant with inspection skills when performing pre-job inspection activities
D. Educate the participant in basics of electrical safety


Hazardous Communication Safety
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
A. Train the participant in identifying toxic substances on an oil rig and obtaining a knowledge base on best controlling them
B. Provide the participant with skills in secondary & primary labeling skills
C. Give the participant understanding of the new toxic substances symbols
D. Educate the participant on those operations will most likely have toxic substances involved in them

Choose three courses out of the six options available:

1. Machine Guarding Safety
a) The course will cover the OSHA machine guarding standard. By the end of the course, the participant will understand the common hazards of band-saws and how they can best protect themselves from injury while operating this equipment. Participant will understand the frequency and severity of machine related injuries as well as the nature of their seriousness.
b) This course is divided into the following topic areas
a. hazards of operating a band saw
b. general machine safety rules
c. rules specific to saws and
d. rules specific to band saws

2. Intro to Fall Protection Safety Course Description:
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
A. Terms & basic legal information concerning OSHA & fall protection
B. Eight steps to Fall Protection compliance for OSHA –
• B.1 – 1-Determine walking/working surfaces are structurally safe
• B.2 – Conduct a fall hazard assessment
• B.3 – Eliminate the need for fall protection, if possible
• B.4 – Select the appropriate type of fall protection system
• B.5 – Develop rescue/retrieval procedures
• B.6 – Develop an equipment inspection, maintenance and storage program
• B.7 – Providing fall protection training
• B.8 – Monitoring the fall protection program
C. Description of various fall protection systems – advantages & disadvantages

3. Ergonomic material handling safety
Upon completion of the program, the participant will have the following skills:
A. The three material handling models – biomechanical, physiological & NIOSH model
B. Placing back injuries importance in the workplace
C. Knowledge of various types of oil rig activities which involve material handling & methodologies in minimizing their effect on the human body

4. Handling Hazardous Materials
Upon completion, the participant will be able to work the following:
a) Ability to work with flammable or combustible liquids or gases as well as other hazardous materials using the latest UN Global harmony regulations.
b) Participant will understand the various categories of materials,
c) how to best work with them,
d) recognize the importance of using a Safety Data Sheet, and
e) be able to effectively utilize these materials in the workplace minimizing or eliminating the potential for injury or death.

5. Intro to Ergonomics
Upon completion, the participant will understand the definition of what ergonomics is and how it is applied within the workplace.
a.) The participant should have knowledge of techniques which can be applied within the workplace to significantly reduce or eliminate the potential for ergonomic related work injuries.
b.) Participant will understand the background behind ergonomics and methodologies used past and present to correct workplace hazards.
c.) Participant will have workplace skills which minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards in the workplace.
d.) Participant will have a skill set to be able to identify potential ergonomic issues in the workplace.

6. Introduction to OSHA Reporting Standards
Upon completion of the course. The participant will have the following knowledge bases:
A.) Give the employer what daily, weekly, monthly, yearly records need to be kept available for outside inspection by either OSHA, insurance representatives, or other management personnel.
B.) Impart on the employer when to report a recordable incident, what it is, and what follow-up measures are necessary.
C.) How to distinguish between illnesses and injuries when filling out the legally required forms.

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