Common Sense Approach to OSHA Safety

Common Sense Approach to OSHA Safety Procedures will provide the student with knowledge about safety protocols in the workplace and how accidents can be avoided. The course begins with teaching about the legal guidelines for the workplace established by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Following that the learners will understand the potential threats they can face on a typical job site and how they can be dealt with. These threats can range anywhere from misplaced ladders to hazardous chemicals. This course will aim to teach students how they can be more conscious of their personal safety in the effort to reduce harmful incidents. Basic first aid knowledge and treatment advice will be covered at the end of the course. The student will learn about specific situations and how they can be handled with the proper skills and equipment.

This course has been approved to provide the mandatory two hours of Industrial Safety credits by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, New Jersey Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith Advisory Committee for all security professionals initial applications and license renewals.  Approval Code (SAF-13(8)C005)

Product Description / Course Objectives

Learners who complete this course will:

  • Understand how OSHA enforces regulations.
  • See the dangers associated with the security industry.
  • Know how to stay safe on a construction site.
  • Learn how to properly handle power tools.
  • Understand how to avoid electrical injuries on the job.
  • Know the purpose and meaning of a Material Data Safety Sheet.
  • Understand the benefits of first aid equipment.
  • Learn where to obtain first aid training.
  • Develop skills on handling certain injuries in the workplace.

 

Credit Hours: 2

 

Approved for CEU Credit in:

Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, North Carolina Locksmith, Oregon, Tennessee:(Locksmith & Qualified Agent), Texas