OSHA 10 & 30-hr Training Onsite


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COURSE EVALUATIONS

Now that you’ve taken my OSHA 10 or 30-hr training, I want to hear your feedback. Thanks! I value your input!

OSHA Course Evaluation in English

OSHA Course Evaluation en español

 

FREE GIVEAWAYS

Below are free Powerpoint presentations for you! They are available free to everyone from the OSHA website. I have taken them as a convenience and put them here for you to download. Also, you can read my blog article on the home page of this website entitled, “No No’s! OSHA’s Top 10“. That goes into more detail and gives two links to the OSHA website.

Most Cited Violations 2010.ppt - Construction

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Most Cited Violations 2010.ppt - Gen. Industry

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I always strive to provide top value for my clients and colleagues. So another free resource I have created myself are two video tutorials (8-minutes and 10-minutes each). The 1st video tutorial gives an orientation to the OSHA website and how to take advantage of it for resources relating to content for a toolbox safety talk, finding statistics on fatalities, finding fact sheets and more. The 2nd video explains a secret tip on how to prepare to meet with OSHA after an inspection where you got cited and fined. It is always recommended to request an informal conference after an OSHA citation. This video shows you in just under 10 minutes something that you don’t want to forget. It should ensure that you get fines reduced or even citations deleted so it does not show on your record!

To access these free video tutorials, all you need to do is sign up for my free email newsletter called “Safety Bytes”. You can sign up for Safety Bytes on my homepage by entering your name and email. If you’re not quite sure about joining yet, you can hear more details on the benefits of the eNewsletter in my 2-minute video.

Thanks for taking the time to read this! I look forward to being in touch with you via the eNewsletter and it would be my honor to provide OSHA training to you and your employees!

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