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OSHA Compliance

The top 10 OSHA violations between October 1, 2008 and September 30, 2009 as reported by the US Dept of Labor, in order are: scaffolding, fall protection (construction), hazard communication, respiratory protection, lockout/tagout, ladders, powered industrial trucks, electrical, fall protection (training requirements).



A worker using a personal fall arrest system properly to keep himself safe in case of a fall Fall Protection
Falls represent one of the greatest hazards to our safety in the workplace.  These programs explain that by not following safety procedures, often employees will suffer painful and sometimes fatal falls.  Ladders, fall arrest systems, aerial lifts are just some of the areas covered.
An employee aware of potential workplace hazards while walking and avoids serious injury or death Forklifts
Operator training, anticipating hazards, pedestrians, tip-overs, lifting capacity are just some of the issues a forklift operator must know.  Unsafe and improper forklift operation can lead to injury and property damage.  These programs are an excellent resource for educating both forklift drivers and employees who work around them.
Electrical
We are all familiar with the great things electricity can do for us, but we also need to know what it is and how it works in order to use it safely.  Whether you are looking to train on the NFPA70E Standard or a basic introduction to working around electricity, there will be a program to fit what your needs.
Personal Protective Equipment
Are you sick of the excuses?  Employees that fail to use PPE are setting themselves up for an accident that could involve serious injury or death.  These dynamic programs cover all major aspects of workplace PPE.
Lockout / Tagout
When is Lockout / Tagout required?  These programs will help to answer this along with who is considered an authorized employee, affected employee or other employee.  Types of energy sources, the energy control plan, LOTO devices and situations requiring a LOTO are discussed as well.
A worker using proper bloodborne pathogens safety precautions compliant with OSHA regulations Bloodborne Pathogens
Almost all employees in the workplace can be at risk from exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens.  To protect themselves they must be trained to learn specific precautions.  These programs include information on universal precautions, routes of entry, responding to exposure situations to name a few.