$970 Members / $995 Future Members
($100 discount for additional registrants from the same company)
Keep your employees safe and your facility in compliance with OSHA and MIOSHA standards. Join us for this 30-Hour course, which will provide expert instruction on the standards and codes and give an excellent grasp of the more complicated elements of OSHA for general industry. When you successfully complete the 30-hour course, you will earn an official federal OSHA general industry course completion card.
OSHA revised its training program requirements effective April 2018. This course will cover the brand new procedures.
- OSHA Intro w/most cited standards, citations and penalties, recordkeeping info
- Walking and working surfaces w/basics of fall protection, Subpart D
- Exits, emergency action plans, fire prevention and protection plans, Subparts E and L
- Electrical and lockout/tagout (LOTO) basics w/NFPA 70E, MIOSHA Parts 40 and 85, Subpart S
- Bloodborne pathogens, Subpart Z
- Personal protective equipment, Subpart I
- Industrial hygiene intro, Subpart Z
- Hazard communication, Subpart Z
- Hazardous materials, Subpart H
- Forklifts, powered industrial trucks, and materials handling parts 1-2, Subpart N
- Fire prevention expansion, Subparts E and L
- Permit required confined spaces, Subpart J
- Managing safety and health, part 1 w/job hazard analyses and jobsite inspections
- Managing safety and health, part 2 w/developing effective safety training
- Welding, cutting, and brazing, Subpart Q
- Noise problem solving, Subpart G
- Ventilation problem solving, Subpart G
- Hand and portable tools, Subpart P
- Workplace violence prevention
- Safety and health programs: OSHA’s FOCUS 4 and comparisons of industrial v. construction standards
- Hazard search & abatement workshop, including OSHA & MIOSHA websites
- PPE & hazcom workshop
- LOTO hazard workshop
- Recordkeeping workshop
- Machine guarding workshop
- Fall protection workshop
- Safety and health game show
- End of 30-hr class
The agenda is based upon OSHA’s program requirements updated in April 2017. Michigan Chamber reserves the right to change the topics in the event of changes issued by OSHA.
Laura A. Simms, CSP, SHRM-CP, is a safety specialist for a stamping plant at a major automotive manufacturer. She is also an authorized OSHA general industry outreach trainer. Laura’s classes are full of fun, engaging activities to demonstrate concepts and reinforce key learning objectives. If you want to sit still, her class is not the place for you! Each topic has practical exercises and real-world examples, taught with passion, humor, energy, and empathy. Laura earned her occupational health and safety specialist certificate at Eastern Michigan University, her master’s degree at Central Michigan University, and her bachelor’s degree at Wayne State.
Twenty four (24) credits for the MI Chamber Basic or Advanced Environmental, Health & Safety Compliance Certification Program.
Thirty (30) HR (General) recertification credit hours for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute
Thirty (30) PDCs for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.