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The New York 30-Hour OSHA General Industry Outreach training is a comprehensive site safety training course primarily targeting healthcare, manufacturing, warehouse, distribution, and retail workers. The OSHA New York General Industry training is specifically designed for those individuals with safety responsibilities or managerial roles, ensuring the safety of both workers...
The New York 30-Hour OSHA General Industry Outreach training is a comprehensive site safety training course primarily targeting healthcare, manufacturing, warehouse, distribution, and retail workers. The OSHA New York General Industry training is specifically designed for those individuals with safety responsibilities or managerial roles, ensuring the safety of both workers and the workplace is up to the regulations and standards of OSHA. Moreover, OSHA 30 New York General Industry meets the New York City Local Law 196 requirement of active voice proctored online training. The 30-Hour OSHA New York General Industry dispenses 30 hours of NYC Department of Buildings-approved Site Safety Training (SST) required under the NYC Local Law 196 to apply for your SST card.
Furthermore, the OSHA 30 New York General Industry course equips participants with detailed knowledge of essential site safety topics based on OSHA standards and regulations to identify, manage, and prevent potential hazards, thus minimizing workplace accidents and injuries. Hence, it ensures workers get a comfortable work environment and manage different job operations requiring compliance with OSHA standards.
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1. Back Safety and Injury Prevention
2. Workforce Hazard Recognition
3. Incident Investigation
4. Active Shooter Response
5. Electrical Safety
7. Personal Protective Equipment Fundamentals
8. Hazardous Materials Transportation: Handling Non-Bulk Packages
9. Intro to Loading Dock Safety
10. Intro to Pallet Jack Safety and Safe Material storage
11. Chemical Safety
12. Compressed Gas Safety
13. Flammable Liquid Safety
14. Preventing Spills
15. Intro to combustible dust hazards
16. Fatigue and Stress Awareness
17. Bloodborne Pathogens
18. Forklift Fundamentals
19. Winter Weather Driving
20. Confined Space Entry - Permit Required
21. X-Ray and Laser Safety
22. OSHA Work-Related Injury and Illness Recordkeeping
23. Personal Fall Arrest Systems
24. Indoor Air Quality
- Recognize significant factors related to musculoskeletal disorders caused by moving heavy equipment by understanding the concept of proper lifting techniques, ergonomics, and safe body mechanics.
- Demonstrate safe practices effectively upon assessing the severity of potential hazards and risks.
- Understand the importance of inspecting workplace accidents to determine the primary cause to avoid circumstances happening in the future.
- Obtain adequate knowledge of safety practices to respond to active shooter situations effectively, including evacuation and lockdown procedures.
- Discuss effective lockout/tagout procedures and identify electrical hazards to prevent incidents.
- Observe proper guidelines on correctly selecting, using, and disposing of personal protective equipment (PPE) pertinent to various tasks.
- Implement proper regulations and follow standard procedures when loading/unloading and transporting hazardous substances, docks, pallet jacks, and storage material.
- Handle materials that include chemicals, compressed gasses, and flammable liquids safely by understanding the dangers of such materials to avoid causing spills and injuries.
- Identify potential health hazards involving X-rays, laser, combustible dust, and bloodborne pathogens to discuss safety measures and strategies to reduce exposure.
- Describe the signs and consequences of fatigue and stress in the workplace and learn safety measures to reduce and manage their occurrence.
- Explain the dangers of driving in winter weather conditions and apply effective vehicle control techniques for emergency preparedness to prevent injuries and accidents.
- Become equipped with the principles of forklift operations and preventative controls and learn the components of personal fall arrest systems to ensure workers' safety.
- To avoid injuries and accidents, carry out proper safety protocols such as adequate ventilation, communication, and rescue measures involving work in permit-required confined spaces.
- Obtain knowledge on maintaining work-related injury and illness recordkeeping for accurate analysis of emergency cases and compliance with OSHA standards.
Exam & Quiz Information
A minimum of 70% score is required to qualify for the OSHA New York 30-Hour General Industry 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 OSHA New York 30-Hour General Industry training and filling in the course evaluation survey, you can print out the downloadable OSHA New York 30-Hour General Industry certificate. In addition, within 90 days, you will be mailed the OSHA New York 30-Hour General Industry card, also known as the DOL card, which the U.S. Department of Labor issues.
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