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1-Day Fundamentals of OSHA Certificate Program (Starts 09-19-2024)

Sep 19, 2024 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm EDT

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$895.00
1-Day Fundamentals of OSHA Certificate Program

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1-Day Fundamentals of OSHA Certificate Program (Starts 09-19-2024)
$ 895.00
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Continuing Education Credits:

  • HRCI – 7 HR (General) Credits
  • SHRM – 7 PDC’s

Schedule: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM Eastern Time 

HR professionals, managers, and supervisors play a critical role in maintaining workplace safety and health, which directly impacts employee well-being and organizational performance. Attending our 1-Day Fundamentals of OSHA Certificate Program ensures they are well-versed in the latest regulations, standards, and best practices. The comprehensive coverage of topics such as OSHA’s role, hazard recognition, safety management systems, and specific industry standards provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to create a safer work environment, which can reduce the risk of accidents and injuries, leading to improved productivity and morale.

The training also addresses the development and implementation of safety programs, emphasizing the importance of a strong safety culture. Participants will learn how to engage employees in safety initiatives, conduct effective risk assessments, and continuously improve safety practices. These skills are essential for HR professionals, managers, and supervisors to foster a proactive approach to workplace safety, ensuring that all employees feel protected and valued.

Furthermore, specialized topics such as ergonomic assessments, handling hazardous materials, and managing high-risk industries are crucial for tailoring safety strategies to specific workplace environments. HR professionals and managers who are knowledgeable in these areas can better support their teams, address unique safety challenges, and comply with OSHA standards, thereby avoiding costly fines and legal issues.

Finally, the program highlights future trends and technologies in workplace safety, preparing participants to leverage innovative solutions such as wearable safety devices, drones, and data analytics. By staying ahead of technological advancements, HR professionals, managers, and supervisors can implement cutting-edge safety measures, ensuring their organizations remain at the forefront of workplace safety and health. This forward-thinking approach not only enhances safety but also demonstrates a commitment to continuous improvement and employee well-being.

Program Features 

  • Expert trainer with extensive HR experience and legal expertise
  • Comprehensive coverage of essential HR topics and legal compliance requirements
  • Interactive and engaging training format with practical examples and case studies
  • Pre- and post-test to assess learning outcomes and measure program effectiveness
  • Opportunity for Q&A and networking with peers and HR professionals
  • Certificate of completion upon successful program completion

Why Attend This Training Program

  • Enhanced Workplace Safety Knowledge: Gain a comprehensive understanding of OSHA regulations and workplace safety standards, equipping you with the knowledge to create a safer work environment.
  • Advanced Hazard Recognition Skills: Learn sophisticated techniques for identifying and assessing workplace hazards, enabling you to proactively address potential risks before they result in accidents or injuries.
  • Safety Management Expertise: Develop expertise in creating and implementing effective safety management systems, fostering a culture of safety within your organization.
  • Compliance and Legal Preparedness: Ensure your organization is compliant with OSHA standards, reducing the risk of costly fines and legal issues by understanding the intricacies of regulatory requirements.
  • Health Hazard Mitigation: Gain insights into controlling health hazards in the workplace, from chemical and biological hazards to ergonomic and psychological risks, enhancing overall employee well-being.
  • Employee Protection and Productivity: Implement safety measures that not only protect employees but also enhance productivity by reducing downtime and improving overall workplace efficiency.

Topics Covered

  • OSHA Overview 
  • History of OSHA 
  • Employee Rights under OSHA 
  • Employer Responsibilities under OSHA 
  • OSHA Standards and Regulations 
  • Inspection Procedures 
  • Recordkeeping and Reporting 
  • OSHA’s Most Frequently Cited Standards 
  • Whistleblower Protections 
  • OSHA’s Role in Emergency Situations  
  • Identifying Workplace Hazards
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • Ergonomics in the Workplace 
  • Chemical Hazards 
  • Physical Hazards 
  • Biological Hazards 
  • Psychological Hazards 
  • Electrical Hazards .
  • Fire and Explosion Hazards 
  • Developing a Safety Culture 
  • Safety Policies and Procedures 
  • Training and Education 
  • Incident Investigation and Reporting 
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response 
  • Safety Committees 
  • Safety Audits and Inspections 
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Health and Wellness Programs 
  • Behavior-Based Safety Programs 
  • General Industry Standards 
  • Construction Industry Standards 
  • Maritime Industry Standards 
  • Agriculture Industry Standards 
  • Healthcare Industry Standards 
  • Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)  
  • Respiratory Protection Standard 
  • Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Standard 
  • Machine Guarding Standard 
  • Confined Space Standard 
  • Occupational Health and Safety Programs 
  • Exposure Limits and Monitoring 
  • Industrial Hygiene 
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Lead Exposure and Control 
  • Silica Exposure and Control
  • Noise Exposure and Hearing Conservation 
  • Heat Stress and Thermal Comfort 
  • Cold Stress and Hypothermia 
  • Indoor Air Quality 
  • Construction Safety
  • Manufacturing Safety 
  • Healthcare Safety 
  • Warehouse and Logistics Safety 
  • Transportation Safety 
  • Oil and Gas Industry Safety 
  • Mining Industry Safety 
  • Agriculture Safety 
  • Retail and Hospitality Safety 
  • Public Sector Safety 
  • Creating a Safety Program
  • Implementing Safety Programs
  • Evaluating Safety Program 
  • Continuous Improvement in Safety 
  • Leadership in Safety 
  • Employee Involvement in Safety 
  • Safety Metrics and KPIs 
  • Integrating Safety with Business Operations 
  • Safety Communication Strategies 
  • Change Management in Safety 
  • Working at Heights 
  • Trenching and Excavation Safety 
  • Hazardous Materials Handling 
  • Forklift and Heavy Equipment Safety 
  • Electrical Safety
  • Welding and Cutting Safety
  • Ladder and Scaffold Safety
  • Crane and Hoist Safety
  • Fleet Safety
  • Laboratory Safety 
  • Emergency Response Planning 
  • First Aid and CPR 
  • Incident Investigation Techniques 
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Crisis Management 
  • Business Continuity Planning 
  • Post-Incident Recovery 
  • Mental Health Support 
  • Communicating During and After Incidents 
  • Reviewing and Updating Emergency Plans 
  • Safety Technology Innovations 
  • Wearable Safety Devices 
  • Safety Software and Apps 
  • Artificial Intelligence in Safety 
  • Drones in Safety Inspections 
  • Virtual Reality Training 
  • Automation and Robotics Safety 
  • Data Analytics for Safety 
  • Sustainability and Safety 
  • Future Challenges in Workplace Safety

Target Audience

  • Current HR Directors: Professionals already holding HR Director positions seeking to update their skills and stay abreast of the latest trends and practices in the field.
  • Senior HR Managers: Experienced HR Managers looking to take the next step in their careers and prepare for roles at the director level.
  • Aspiring HR Leaders: Individuals aiming to transition into senior HR roles, such as HR Directors or Vice Presidents of HR, and seeking the necessary skills and credentials.
  • HR Business Partners: HR professionals who work closely with senior management and need to understand strategic HR management at a higher level.
  • Talent Development Managers: Those responsible for employee development and succession planning who are looking to expand their strategic HR capabilities.
  • Organizational Development Professionals: Individuals focused on organizational change and development, looking to enhance their understanding of strategic HR’s role in these processes.
  • HR Consultants and Advisors: Independent consultants and advisors who provide strategic HR guidance to organizations and need to stay current with industry best practices.
  • Small Business Owners/CEOs: Leaders of small to medium-sized businesses who often take on HR responsibilities and need a deeper understanding of strategic HR management.
  • HR Professionals in Transition: Individuals between roles or looking to shift their career path within HR, aiming to increase their marketability and job prospects.
  • HR Academics and Educators: Educators and researchers in the field of human resources or related fields looking to update their knowledge and incorporate current practices into their teaching and research.
  • Non-HR Executives: Executives from other departments who collaborate closely with HR and need to understand the strategic importance and functions of HR within an organization.
  • Compliance Officers: Professionals responsible for ensuring that organizations comply with regulatory requirements and internal policies, particularly related to workplace safety.
  • Safety Managers: Individuals tasked with overseeing workplace safety programs and ensuring compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Risk Management Professionals: Those focused on identifying and mitigating risks within an organization, including workplace safety risks.
  • Operations Managers: Managers who need to integrate safety practices into their operational strategies to ensure a safe working environment.
  • Facilities Managers: Professionals responsible for the maintenance and management of an organization’s physical infrastructure and ensuring it meets safety standards.
  • Employee Relations Specialists: HR professionals focused on managing the employer-employee relationship and addressing workplace safety concerns.
  • Industrial Hygienists: Experts who identify and control environmental factors in the workplace that may affect employees’ health and safety.
  • Training and Development Coordinators: Individuals who design and deliver training programs, including those related to workplace safety and OSHA compliance.
  • Union Representatives: Representatives of labor unions who need to understand OSHA regulations and workplace safety to advocate for their members’ rights and safety.
  • Legal Advisors: Attorneys and legal advisors specializing in labor law and workplace safety, needing to stay informed about OSHA regulations and compliance requirements.
  • Healthcare Administrators: Managers and administrators in healthcare settings who need to ensure compliance with OSHA standards to protect patients and staff.
  • Construction Project Managers: Professionals overseeing construction projects who need to integrate OSHA safety standards into their project planning and execution.
  • Manufacturing Supervisors: Leaders in manufacturing settings responsible for implementing safety practices and ensuring compliance with OSHA regulations.
  • EHS (Environment, Health, and Safety) Coordinators: Professionals dedicated to developing and maintaining safety programs that meet OSHA standards and ensure a healthy workplace environment.

Agenda 

10:00am – 10:15am: Welcome and Introduction

  • Overview of the day’s agenda
  • Introduction to OSHA and Workplace Safety

10:15am – 11:00am: Module 1: Introduction to OSHA and Workplace Safety

  • OSHA Overview
  • History of OSHA
  • Employee Rights under OSHA
  • Employer Responsibilities under OSHA

11:00am – 11:45am: Module 2: Hazard Recognition and Assessment

  • Identifying Workplace Hazards
  • Risk Assessment and Management
  • Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • Ergonomics in the Workplace

11:45am – 12:00pm: Module 3: Safety Management Systems

  • Developing a Safety Culture
  • Safety Policies and Procedures
  • Training and Education

12:00pm – 12:15pm: Break (15 minutes)

12:15pm – 1:00pm: Module 4: Specific OSHA Standards

  • General Industry Standards
  • Construction Industry Standards
  • Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)
  • Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Standard

1:00pm – 2:00pm: Module 5: Health Hazards in the Workplace

  • Occupational Health and Safety Programs
  • Exposure Limits and Monitoring
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Noise Exposure and Hearing Conservation

2:00pm – 2:30pm: Lunch Break (30 minutes)

2:30pm – 3:15pm: Module 6: Safety in High-Risk Industries

  • Construction Safety
  • Manufacturing Safety
  • Healthcare Safety
  • Warehouse and Logistics Safety

3:15pm – 4:00pm: Module 7: Safety Program Development and Implementation

  • Creating a Safety Program
  • Implementing Safety Programs
  • Evaluating Safety Programs
  • Continuous Improvement in Safety

4:00pm – 4:15pm: Break (15 minutes)

4:15pm – 5:00pm: Module 8: Specialized Safety Topics

  • Working at Heights
  • Trenching and Excavation Safety
  • Hazardous Materials Handling
  • Forklift and Heavy Equipment Safety

5:00pm – 5:45pm: Module 9: Incident Response and Recovery

  • Emergency Response Planning
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Incident Investigation Techniques
  • Root Cause Analysis

5:45pm – 6:00pm: Q&A Session

  • Open floor for participants’ questions and clarifications