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OSHA 10 - SPANISH APR 23 & APR 24, 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM

OSHA 10 - SPANISH APR 23 & APR 24, 7:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Tuesday, April 23, 2024 7:30 AM - Wednesday, April 24, 2024 1:00 PM (CDT)
HCA de SA
2391 NE Loop 410 Ste. 206
SAN ANTONIO, TX 78217 United States
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Julissa Ramos
(210) 444-1100
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Tuesday, April 23, 2024 7:30 AM - Wednesday, April 24, 2024 1:00 PM (CDT)

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The OSHA 10 training course aims to provide participants with a basic understanding of workplace safety and health hazards and promote a safer work environment. The course aims to increase awareness of common hazards and empower workers to recognize and prevent potential risks.  The OSHA 10 training course educates our members about the importance of workplace safety and health. It covers essential topics related to hazard identification, prevention strategies, and compliance with OSHA standards. The course may include interactive activities, case studies, and real-life examples to enhance learning and engagement.

PROGRAM FEATURES:

The specific content covered in an OSHA 10 training course typically includes the following key areas:

  • Introduction to OSHA: Overview of OSHA's mission, standards, and worker rights.
  • General Safety and Health Provisions: Basic responsibilities of employers and employees and an introduction to safety programs and management systems.
  • Hazard Recognition: Identification of common workplace hazards, such as falls, electrical hazards, hazardous materials, and ergonomics.
  • Walking and Working Surfaces: Safety measures for walking, working at heights, and fall protection.
  • Electrical Safety: Basic principles of electrical safety, safe work practices, and recognizing electrical hazards.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Overview of different types of PPE, proper selection, use, and maintenance.
  • Health Hazards: Introduction to various occupational health hazards, such as chemical exposures, noise, and respiratory protection.
  • Material Handling: Safe handling and storage of materials, including proper use of equipment and ergonomics.
  • Emergency Action Plans: Development and implementation of emergency action plans, including fire safety and evacuation procedures.


PROGRAM OUTCOME:

It's important to note that while the OSHA 10 training provides valuable knowledge and awareness, it does not certify individuals as safety professionals or authorized trainers. It is foundational training to enhance safety awareness and promote a safety culture among workers.

Upon completing an OSHA 10 training course, participants should be able to understand their rights and responsibilities under OSHA regulations, recognize common workplace hazards and know how to mitigate them, Identify potential safety and health risks and take appropriate preventive measures, comply with safety standards and best practices to promote a safer work environment and communicate effectively regarding safety issues and hazards in the workplace.

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