occupational health and safety Training in Arizona

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OHSAS 18001:2007 Lead Auditor Course

by DNV GL - Business Assurance North America     based in Katy, TEXAS (USA)

OHSAS 18001 Lead Auditor is a 5-day course designed to train Occupational Health & Safety Management System Auditors.

Hot Work/ARC Welding

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Hot work is any work that involves burning, welding, using fire, or anything that produces a source of ignition. Workers performing hot work such as welding, cutting, brazing, soldering, and grinding are exposed to the risk of fires from ignition of flammable or combustible materials in the space. This course covers the general hazards and PPE of ...

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis. Severe weather takes several forms, and while some parts of the country are more prone to certain severe weather events than others, it can strike anywhere. Sudden severe weather outbreaks are a hazard that affects all outdoor workers, and as with any workplace hazard, awareness is the key to ...

Struck By and Caught Between

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

This course is designed for all employees in the construction industry who will come in contact with struck by/caught between hazards.Upon completion of the learning event the learner will have displayed the ability to recognize common stuck by/caught between hazards associated with work in the construction industry and their recommended safe work ...

Scaffold Safety

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

OSHA states that an estimated 2.3 million construction workers, or 65 percent of the construction industry, work on scaffolds frequently. Protecting these workers from scaffold-related accidents would prevent 4,500 injuries and 50 deaths every year, at a savings for American employers of $90 million in workdays not lost. In a Bureau of Labor and ...

Chemical Safety

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Hazards in the chemical industry can be substantial, but generally are avoided through strict safety procedures. Workers are required to have protective gear and extensive knowledge of the dangers associated with the chemicals being handled. In spite of the hazards associated with working with chemicals, extensive worker training in handling ...

Fall Protection

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

In 2008, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported that fatal work injuries involving falls decreased 20 percent in 2008 after a sharp increase in 2007. The US Department of Labor (DOL) lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death, accounting for eight percent of all occupational fatalities from trauma. OSHA ...

Overhead, Gantry, and Mobile Crane Safety

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Upon completion of this online safety training course, crane operators, riggers, and general floor employees will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of overhead and gantry crane safety. Employees will learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes, how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane related ...

Respiratory Protection

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has found that there were 14.6 thousand recordable cases of respiratory illnesses in 2009. Respiratory hazards are encountered in a wide variety of professions, from construction to hospital work. There are fine particulates created by the work done on job sites that can get deposited in your lungs or cause damage. ...

Slips, Trips, and Falls

by SafetySkills     based in Oklahoma City, OKLAHOMA (USA)

OSHA states that slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. These incidents cause 15 percent of all accidental deaths, and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities. The OSHA standards for walking and working surfaces apply to all permanent places of employment, except where only domestic, ...

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