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The New York OSHA 10-Hour General Industry is an online safety training course that provides basic education pertinent to occupational health and safety to beginners involved in industries including healthcare, manufacturing, retail, distribution, storage, and warehousing. The primary purpose of getting OSHA 10-Hour New York General Industry training is to...
The New York OSHA 10-Hour General Industry is an online safety training course that provides basic education pertinent to occupational health and safety to beginners involved in industries including healthcare, manufacturing, retail, distribution, storage, and warehousing. The primary purpose of getting OSHA 10-Hour New York General Industry training is to become equipped with awareness and expertise to effectively manage workplaces by identifying, controlling, and preventing potential site hazards and risks to minimize accidents and injuries. The OSHA 10-Hour New York General Industry course meets the New York City Local Law 196 standard of active voice proctored online training. In addition, the New York OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course covers 10 hours of NYC Department of Buildings-approved Site Safety Training (SST) mandated under the NYC Local Law 196 to apply for your SST card.
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Guide To New York OSHA 10 General
1. Introduction to OSHA
2. Slips, trips, falls and personal fall arrest systems
3. Scaffold safety
4. Fire extinguishers and Emergency fire preparedness
5. Electrical Safety
7. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
8. Hazard Communication
9. Chemical and Compressed Gas safety
10. Flammable liquid safety
12. Ladder Safety
13. Stairway Hazards
14. Hand Safety
15. Machine Guarding
- Identify common workplace hazards such as slips, trips, and falls, and understand personal arrest systems' requirements to avoid such incidents.
- Explain scaffold safety protocols, including usage, assessment, and maintenance, to ensure the health and safety of workers.
- Obtain knowledge about the types of fire extinguishers, their appropriate usage, and emergency fire preparedness measures to combat fire-related emergencies effectively.
- Minimize potential hazards related to electrical safety by understanding safety measures and best practices.
- Learn about proper lockout/tagout procedures and highlight their significance in protecting employees from hazardous energy sources during maintenance and working hours.
- Understand the use of different Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) types and demonstrate their maintenance and storage for different tasks.
- Address the concept of hazard communication, including chemical safety, flammable liquids, and compressed gas safety protocols, to ensure proper handling, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials to prevent exposure and injuries.
- Explain ergonomics principles and understand the role of body mechanics and workstation design in preventing musculoskeletal disorders.
- Become familiar with ladder safety protocols, including proper ladder selection, setup, and climbing techniques to minimize the risks of falls.
- Spot stairway hazards and comprehend strategies to reduce stairway use risks, ensuring workers’ health and safety.
- Emphasize the importance of hand safety, learn potential dangers, and implement proper safety practices for hand protection.
- Understand the basic concept of machine guarding, different types of machine safeguards, and their necessity to prevent contact with machinery components.
Exam & Quiz Information
A minimum of 70% score is required to qualify for the New York OSHA 10-Hour General course, for which you will be afforded THREE ATTEMPTS to pass the quizzes and the final exam.
In the event of failing all three times or letting your course expire, you will be presented with a one-time use of the Course Reset Button to start over, but if it occurs the second time, you will be suspended from accessing the course and will have to repurchase the course to start your training. Upon completing the New York OSHA 10-Hour General training and filling in the course evaluation survey, you can print out the downloadable New York OSHA 10-Hour General certificate. In addition, within 90 days, you will be mailed the New York OSHA 10-Hour General card, also known as the DOL card, which the U.S. Department of Labor issues.
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