OSHA 10-Hour

OSHA 10-Hour course for General Industry applies to most all business sectors, including manufacturing, service and maintenance, hospitality industry, food manufacturing and service, oil and gas operations, refineries, warehouses, medical and dental (not construction or maritime).

The OSHA 10-hour course is intended to provide information needed to help line workers, as well as supervisors, managers, superintendents, competent persons, safety staff, safety committee members, safety managers, and others, be more aware of health and safety hazards so they can be avoided.

There are no prerequisites required to take the 10-hour training course, Certification is good for 5 years. Classes are held in-person at your facility/ office on days/times best suiting your needs, with a minimum of two classroom days to complete per regulations.

Minimum of 4 students/ Maximum of 40 per training

Here are the mandatory topics that will be covered in the OSHA 10-hour general industry training course. These topics take approximately seven hours to cover:

Introduction to OSHA

Walking and Working Surfaces

Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention and Protection

Electrical

Personal Protective Equipment

Hazard Communication

The balance of the 10 hour general industry training on site training course can be used to cover a few of the following topics (other industry specific topics available as well):

Hazardous Materials

Material Handling

Machine Guarding

Lockout – Tagout

Fall Protection

Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

Bloodborne Pathogens

Ergonomics

Safety and Health Programs