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Safety and Health Programs for All Industries

    Safety and Health Programs for All Industries

    Every business requires an Occupational Safety and Health program (OSH) to identify how it will protect workers on the job. This program provides written documentation of the company’s safe work practices and should promote a culture of safety. The safety and health program must also comply with OSHA regulations and ANSI standards for training to ensure successful implementation. The Safety and Health Programs for All Industries course by ClickSafety guides participants through the creation, implementation, and review of a safety and health program to help prevent illnesses and injuries, as well as damage to equipment, property, and the environment.

    Course Objectives

    During the Safety and Health Programs for All Industries course, students will learn more about the importance of safety and health programs and how to create and implement a program for their workplace. Course topics address:

    • Reasons to create a safety and health program
    • Basic guidelines for safety and health programs, including federal OSHA 2254 (Training Requirements in OSHA Standards) and ANSI Z490.1
    • OSHA Accident Prevention Program (APP)
    • OSHA Voluntary Prevention Program (VPP)
    • OSHA Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP)
    • OSHA Challenge Program
    • OSHA Alliance Program
    • Seven core safety and health program elements for all industries
    • Action items for each program element
    • How to structure, personalize, and implement your company’s safety and health program
    • ADDIE design model (analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation)
    • Roles for management and workers
    • Hazard identification and assessment
    • Hazard prevention and control
    • Program evaluation and improvement
    • Job hazard analysis (JHA)

    NOTICE: This course is based on recommendations found in OSHA Safety and Health Management Guidelines Issuance of Voluntary Guidelines 54 Fed. Reg. 3904 (January 26, 1989).

    Course Audience

    This intermediate-level online course has been designed for all individuals tasked with understanding, creating, implementing, and evaluating safety and health programs per OSHA regulations and ANSI standards. Course participants will be able to design safety and health plans that are applicable to their company as a whole, as well as specific sites and projects. Course materials are applicable to most industries, including construction, manufacturing, warehousing, and other general industry fields.

    To determine if this course is appropriate for your industrial safety and health training program needs, please contact us online or call 800-971-1080 to speak with a representative.

    Course Features and Benefits

    Upon completion of the Safety and Health Programs for All Industries course, participants will understand the benefits of creating a safety and health program to protect workers and their organization against common workplace hazards. Additionally, students will learn how to ensure their company’s safety and health program complies with OSHA’s expectations for job site injury and illness prevention.

    Course participants will also receive:

    • 0.1 continuing education units from an accredited IACET provider
    • A certificate of completion

    Participants must pass all knowledge checkpoints with a score of 100% and complete the evaluation form at the end of the course to receive a certificate.

    Safety and Health Program - Earn 0.1 CEU!

     

    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080