OSHA 30 Hour Outreach Training Course

OSHA 30 Hour Training Course

– What skills should the student expect to learn?

The OSHA 30 hour outreach training  courses dive deeper into the contents of OSHA standards and include Safety and Health management topics such as Safety Leadership, Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, job site inspections, accident prevention programs, management commitment and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, accident investigations, how to conduct safety meetings, and supervisory communication.
All OSHA outreach courses include at least an hour introduction to OSHA which includes  how they were established, who they are, what they do, how the inspection process works, penalties and reporting to OSHA.

Required General Industry Topics include :

Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection – 1 hour.
Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection – 1 hour.
Electrical Safety – 1 hour.
Personal Protective Equipment – 1 hour.
Hazard Communication – 1 hour
Hazardous Materials – chemical safety, flammable liquids
Materials Handling – forklifts, cranes, rigging
Machine Guarding
Introduction to Industrial Hygiene – Silica, Noise
Bloodborne Pathogens
Ergonomics – Safe lifting, back safety
Safety and Health Program
Safety Leadership
Other Topic of choice  1 hour or less

Construction Topics include:

Focus Four 4 hours
               Electrical Hazards
               Struck By
               Caught in Between
PPE -1 hour
Health Hazards -1 hour
Cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators and conveyors
Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
Hand and Power Tools
Fall Protection
Other Topic of Choice 1 hour or less

– Who should take the class?

30 hour classes are geared towards management, supervisors or anyone with safety responsibilities in any industry. 30 hour is a more advanced course that goes more in depth into understanding the standards.

– Is there anyone that should NOT take the class?

Nope -useful knowledge for all American workers

– What makes us more qualified to teach to the class than someone else?

Bermac’s instructors combined years of experience, diverse work back grounds, and  wide client base allows our instructors to relay realistic expectations on varying jobsites. Bermac’s instructors are experience partnering with OSHA, investigating incidents, and handling OSHA abatements and mediations. This combined experience allow our instructors to relay real scenarios and probable outcomes. The wide scope of industries served including manufacturing, food processing, warehousing, maintenance, construction including framing, demolition, roofing …..allow our instructors to relate to our students and the hazardous situations they may encounter on the job.

– Are any exams required for OSHA 10 hour training courses?

30 hour courses include a 25 question exam.

– How often does the student need to retake the class?

OSHA Construction and General Industry cards do not expire. It is recommended that you refresh every 4 years.

– In what ways can we/do we customize the class to each client so they know that their employees will get what they need, and not random topics?

OSHA Outreach training is structured around a strict outline of topics. Bermac’s outreach trainers experience allows them to tailor information as much to the clients experiences We work with the client to choose the electives that will most benefit each client.
The 30 hour courses allow room for a more creative class tailored to the client’s needs and include more interactive materials such as case studies and table top exercises.
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