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Osha series

  1. 1. The OSHA Series consists of 3 core subject areas required to succeed in industry operations andmaintenance from a technical perspective.OSHA Series©2012 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comSeven Hours MandatoryIntroduction to OSHA• Why is OSHA Important to You?• What Rights Do You Have Under OSHA?• What Responsibilities Does Your Employer Have Under OSHA?• What Do the OSHA Standards Say?• How are OSHA Inspections Conducted?• Where Can you Go For Help?Industrial Facility Safety• Industrial Facility Hazards• Current and Voltage Dangers• Industrial Protective SystemsWalking and Working Surfaces• General Requirements• Floor, Roof, and Other Openings• Stairs and Ladders• Scaffolding and Other Working SurfacesFall Protection• Fall Protection Options and Planning• Personal Fall Protection Systems• When Fall Protection is NeededExit Routes, Emergency Action,and Fire Prevention Plans• Definitions• Design and Construction Requirements• Maintenance, Safeguards, and Operational Features for Safe Routes• Emergency Action Plans• Fire Prevention PlanFire Safety and Prevention• Fire Tetrahedron• Common Classes of Fire• Fire Prevention Techniques• Extinguishing FiresElectrical Safety• Electrical Shock and Arc Flash• Emergency Response Actions• Electrical Safeguarding• Electrical Personal Protective Equipment• De-Energizing Electrical EquipmentLockout/Tagout• Purpose of a Lockout/Tagout Program• Principles of a Lockout/Tagout Program• Lockout/Tagout Devices• Authorities Employee ResponsibilitiesPersonal Protective Equipment• Personal Responsibilities• Industrial Personal Protective Equipment• Care, Use, and Inspection of Personal Protective Equipment• Effects of Using Defective Personal Protective EquipmentIndustrial Signage• Common Industrial Signs• Hazard Identification Color Code• Industrial Floor Marking CodeHazardous Communication• Importance of Hazardous Communication• Hazardous Communication Requirements• Use of Hazardous Communication ProgramsRev.0.0.1
  2. 2. OSHA SeriesEnvironmental Awareness• Environmental Issues and Industry• Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations• Priority Pollutants• Minimizing PollutionTwo Hour ElectiveHazardous Materials• Common Hazardous Materials• Handling and Disposal Procedures• Safety Precautions and RegulationsMaterials Handling• Manual Handling and Safe Lifting• Mechanical Material Handling Equipment• Storing MaterialsSafety and Health Program• Benefits and Major Elements of an Effective Safety and Health Program• Management Commitment and Employee Involvement• Worksite Analysis• Hazard Prevention and Control• Safety and Health TrainingBloodborne Pathogens• Coverage and Risk• Exposure Control Plan• Engineering and Work Practice Controls• Hepatitis B Vaccination• TrainingOne Hour OptionalHydrogen Sulfide Awareness• Properties of Hydrogen Sulfide• Health Risks• Minimizing Exposure• Required PPEBenzene Awareness• Properties of Benzene• Health Risks• Benzene Exposure• Permissible Exposure Limits• Required PPEMachine Guarding• Machine Accidents• Methods of Machine Safeguarding• Other Examples of Machine Guarding and Training RequirementsCrane Safety• Definitions• Overview of Cranes• Crane Hazards• Rigging Equipment• Crane Operation, Inspection, and Training©2012 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813)