Skillpath Offers Three Virtual OSHA Training Programs
Beginning in June, National Safety Month, SkillPath is offering three virtual general industry OSHA programs certified for continuing education credits.
To help employers and workers understand common jobsite hazards and provide safe working environments, SkillPath has announced an expansion to its online, instructor-led OSHA training programs for general industry.
Beginning in June, National Safety Month, SkillPath is offering virtual one-day OSHA Workplace Safety Training, 10-hour OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry, and 30-hour OSHA Outreach Training for General Industry. All three programs are certified by HRCI and SHRM for continuing education credits.
These online courses are facilitated by OSHA-authorized outreach trainers. These programs have been developed to instruct workers on how to recognize and prevent hazards and promote safety cultures within companies.
- The one-day OSHA Workplace Safety Outreach training provides a comprehensive update on OSHA 29 CFR 1910 requirements as well as essential safety information and ways to prevent accidents.
- The OSHA 10-hour Workplace Safety Training for General Industry provides two days of training with even more details on OSHA inspections, record-keeping requirements, and how to avoid fines and penalties. Once completed, learners will earn their 10-hour OSHA card for general industry.
- The 30-hour OSHA Outreach Training Program for General Industry trains workers over five days in ways to assess an organization’s compliance with 29 CFR 1910 General Industry and improve areas of weakness. Once completed, learners will receive their 30-hour OSHA card for general industry.
“Our live, virtual courses bring students real-time interaction with OSHA-authorized trainers, who answer questions and educate workers on safe worksite practices,” says Skillpath CEO Michele Markey.
Users can register for one of SkillPath’s virtual OSHA programs at skillpath.com/land/osha.
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