OSHA Compliance Courses and Training


Occupational Compliance Training Courses


Bloodborne Pathogen – Pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans. It’s important that each employee should understand what they are, how they are transmitted and how individuals can protect themselves. Each employer having employees with occupational exposure shall establish a written Exposure Control Plan (ECP) designed to eliminate or minimize employee exposure.

bloodvborne2Program outlines:

Understand the hazards of Bloodborne pathogens

To ensure employees know how to avoid potential infection

To ensure employees wear personal protective equipment (PPE)



Forklift Training – Before you can use any type of forklift OSHA requires you to be trained, evaluated and certified by a competent instructor.

Forklift CautiousProgram outlines:

Reviewing your current forklift program

Highlights training tips

View video and teach on forklift class

Assist with warehouse forklift driving exercises, loading & unloading etc.

Must complete and pass the full forklift training course

Receive 3yr certification


Lock Out/Tag Out – is a safety procedure which is used in industry and research settings to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off and not started up again prior to the completion of maintenance or servicing work. It requires that hazardous power sources be isolated and rendered inoperative

Lock out Tag outProgram outlines:

Identifying lock out/tagout equipment

Learning the lock out/tagout procedures

Steps necessary to isolate equipment



Respiratory Protection – is used when employees are exposed to a respiratory hazard and requires them to wear respirators. Site assessments should be consider when workplace contains visible emissions such as aerosols, dust, fumes and gases. Specific characteristics of the airborne hazard must be established in order to select an appropriate respirator and respirator cartridge.

Respirator full face maskProgram outlines:

Idenfying respiratory hazards

Selecting the appropriate respirator cartridge

Proper fit testing each employee

Regular medical examinations.


Respirator Fit Testing – is required when employees are exposed to a respiratory hazard and requires them to wear respirators in the workplace

Fit testing websiteProgram outlines:

Respirator selection process

How respirator should be positioned on the face

How to set strap tension and how to determine an acceptable fit.

Conduct the negative and positive pressure checks



Fire Extinguisher Use – A fire extinguisher consists of a hand-held cylindrical pressure vessel containing an agent which can be discharged to extinguish and control a small fire, often in emergency situations.

Fire Extingusiher websiteProgram outlines:

What type of extinguisher to use

When to use them

How to use


Confined Space Entry – Confined space training outlines the skills and protocols for safe entry to confined spaces and a predetermined rescue plan with appropriate safety harness and other rescue equipment.

confinded-spaceProgram outlines:

Recognize serious safety or health hazards

Identifying safety measures that must be taken

Learn the criteria’s for a confined space



Hazard Communication – requires chemical manufacturers and employers to communicate information to workers about the hazards of workplace chemicals or materials.

Employers must conduct training in a language comprehensible to employees to be in compliance. The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for these chemicals must be kept current and they must be made available and accessible to employees in their work areas.

Hazard-communicationProgram outlines:

Evaluate the effectiveness of the training by reviewing records

Learn how to properly label containers

Basic training on a written hazard communication program


Housekeeping – Adequate aisles and passageways must be maintained in all work areas. Cluttered work areas can lead to accidents and cause workers injuries, due to slips and falls.
Unlimited access to exit routes and firefighting equipment because of improper disposal of flammable/combustible materials can lead to serious injuries.

Housekeeping JobsiteProgram outlines:

How to maintain in all work areas

Restricting and blocking passageways

Recognize serious hazards to workers



Personal Protective Equipment – The purpose of personal protective equipment (PPE) is to reduce employee exposure to hazards when engineering and administrative controls are not effective in reducing these risks to acceptable levels. The hazards addressed by protective equipment include physical, electrical, heat, chemicals, biohazards and airborne.

Personal Protection workplaceProgram outlines:

Proper equipment fitting

Interventions to mitigate workplace hazards

When personal protection equipment is necessary


Eye Protection – People are blinded each year from work-related eye injuries that could have been prevented with the proper selection and use of personal protection equipment. Eye protection must be provided whenever necessary to protect against chemical, environmental, and radiological hazards or mechanical irritants.

Eyewear ProtectionProgram outlines:

Performing workplace hazard assessment

When personal protection equipment is necessary

Ability to properly wear PPE

Location of Eye Wash Stations



Training Class Pricing






(A max of 12 Students per class at your location)




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