The OSHA training classes for general industry workers provide necessary information for workers in a variety of industries. The program includes a variety of topics either presented or discussed; some of the course topics are mandatory while others are optional.
The training is comprehensive, and it is designed to prepare course participants to handle a broad range of on-the-job circumstances related to health and safety.
Regardless of the nature of a particular business, hazards exist and mishaps can occur. Any workplace could be a setting in which the potential for injury is high. Some of the most common perils in the workplace include electrical issues, chemicals that are harmful to humans, and dangerous equipment.
The best way to have a safe workplace is with an updated, comprehensive training plan.
This is the process
- Needs Assessment
- Check Staff Skills
- Find Skill Gaps
- Take Training Courses
- Repeat Process