OSHA 10-Hour Training for Manufacturing & General Industry.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends employers in manufacturing and other general industry sectors have their entry-level workers take the OSHA 10-hour course to maintain a healthy and safe work environment. Participants who successfully complete this training receive their OSHA 10 card to show they have obtained certification. OSHA 10 General Industry Training educates your employees on ways to predict, prevent, identify and stop common workplace hazards that can lead to injury.
Who Needs OSHA 10 General Industry Training and What Does it Cover?
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training is an ideal way for workers in factory operations, manufacturing plants, warehouses and storage facilities, food production companies and more to learn the important basics of workplace safety in industrial and manufacturing environments. The program is a perfect choice for entry level workers and others who might need a general refresher on overall workplace safety, and have yet to earn their OSHA 10 certification. The training covers these general areas:
- Slip, Trip and Fall Hazard Protection.
- Fixed and Portable Ladder Safety.
- Fire Prevention, Protection and Emergency Egress Safety.
- Dangers of Electrical Hazards.
- Using and Choosing PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
- Causes and Prevention of MSD and RMD Injuries.
- Workers' Rights to Know the Chemical Makeup of Materials Found in Their Workplace.
- Difference Between Chronic and Acute Health Ailments.
- Hazards of Spray Finishing, Dipping/Coating, Combustible Liquids and Compressed Gases.
- Dangers of Unguarded Equipment.
Go to Missouri Enterprise for OSHA 10-Hour Training & Certification.
The Safety experts and Project Managers at Missouri Enterprise are qualified to administer OSHA 10 training and help participants receive their certification and OSHA 10 card. We can conduct the training on site at your facility or in one of our classrooms and can work with your production scheduling needs for course days and times. Contact your local Area Business Manager today to learn more.