$470 members / $495 non ($25 group discount)
Keep your employees safe and your facility in compliance with all OSHA standards. At the completion of the 10-Hour course, you’ll receive an official course completion card from U. S. Department of Labor, OSHA. This card will be useful during an OSHA inspection; it demonstrates your commitment to compliance with all OSHA standards.
The OSHA 10-Hour one-and-a-half-day course will help your company to reduce the risk of costly fines and penalties of non-compliance. It will also increase workplace safety awareness and OSHA compliance. It is an excellent overview of the most significant and important OSHA standards and topics for general industry. It also provides an intensive review of current topics in the area of occupational safety and health compliance. OSHA recommends that you take the 10-Hour course every year.
DAY ONE — 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Review of OSHA Most Cited Standards
- Inspections, Citations, Penalties
- New Recordkeeping Requirements
- Subpart D—Walking and Working Surfaces
- Subpart E—Route of Exit
- Subpart L—Fire Protection
- Subpart Z---Hazard Communication
DAY TWO — 8 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
- Subpart S—Electrical
- Subpart O—Machine Guarding I
- Subpart I—Personal Protective Equipment
Wilder H. Allen is a federal OSHA authorized instructor for general industry and construction with more than 33 years of professional experience in the construction, general, heavy equipment and utility industries. He is a former Indiana OSHA compliance officer trainer and is president of Safety Management Corporation, one of the leading OSHA training and compliance companies in the nation.
This seminar qualifies as nine (9) credits toward the Basic or Advanced Environmental, Health & Safety Certification Programs. The Michigan Chamber is an approved provider of the HR Certification Institute and this program has been submitted for review.