OSHA Investigations & Inspections Computer Based Safety Training Program Description
This OSHA Investigations & Inspections interactive safety training course on CD is convenient and easy to use. Individual employees can train at a time that is convenient for them, at their own pace. The system automatically tracks their progress in the course along with any completed quiz scores and bookmarks the learner’s place to make it easy to resume training if training is interupted. Upon completion of the course, and a 100% score, the employee will then be able to print a certificate of completion.
Employers no longer need to pull large groups of employees off the job to complete their safety training.
This interactive course can help you:
Meet compliance-based safety requirements
Reduce risks of accidents and injury on and off the job
Lower insurance premiums, workers compensation claims and lost work hours
Improve employee morale and retention
Compliance with OSHA regulations requires planning, preparation, training, follow-up, and review. This course teaches management, supervisors, safety professionals, human resources professionals, and others in your organization what to expect and how to properly prepare for and respond to an onsite OSHA inspection.
Recognize what prompts an OSHA inspection
Describe how to prepare for an OSHA inspection
Specify how to respond to the OSHA inspector that arrives at your front door
Describe what to expect from the OSHA inspector including the opening conference
Respond to questions from the OSHA inspector
Describe how to provide safety documentation to the OSHA inspector for review
Identify personal and corporate rights regarding confidential and proprietary information
Describe what to do as the OSHA inspector walks around your facility
Describe steps in maintaining side-by-side documentation of the inspection
Recognize what to expect when the OSHA inspector interviews employees
Describe what to expect during the closing conference
Describe a process for fulfilling safety hazard abatement expectations
Describe the steps in responding to a citation
Recognize legal rights to appeal
Describe successful participation in informal conferences and settlement agreements
Managers, supervisors, and employees in all organizations subject to OSHA inspections and investigations.
OSHA 29CFR 1904 NEW, Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illness
OSHA 29CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.38, Emergency Action & Fire Prevention