Introduction to OSHA (US)

Introduction to OSHA (US)

After the Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) was established to help make our workplaces safer. This course examines the role of OSHA in promoting the health and safety of American workers as well as the rights and responsibilities of the employer and the employee.

PRICE: $29.95 DURATION: 54 min LANGUAGE: English SKU: SKU-0329


Course Outline

Introduction to OSHA (US)

  • 1. Introduction   
  • 2. OSHA's Mission   
  • 3. OSHA Standards   
  • 4. Employer Rights and Responsibilities   
  • 5. Worker Rights and Responsibilities   
  • 6. Reporting and Recordkeeping   
  • 7. Inspections   
  • 8. Citations and Appeals   
  • 9. Resources   
  • 10. Summary   

Learning Objectives

Introduction to OSHA (US)

  • Explain why OSHA is important to workers.
  • Explain worker rights under OSHA.
  • Discuss employer responsibilities under OSHA.
  • Discuss the use of OSHA standards.
  • Explain how OSHA inspections are conducted.
  • Use helpful worker safety and health resources.


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Introduction to OSHA (US)