OSHA 30 General Industry - Training Certification
Topics covered will include:
Managing Safety and Health Exit Routes, EAP’s Fire Prevention Plans; Walking-Working Surfaces; Fall Protection; Electrical Safety; Permit Required Confined Space; LOTO; Machine Guarding; Welding; Industrial Trucks; Hand Tools; Materials Handling; HAZCOM; Hazardous Materials; PPE; Bloodborne Pathogens; Industrial Hygiene; Ergonomics; Safety and Health Program Implementation; and Hot Topics.
D2000 Excavation Safety Competent Person Training
New Chapter Program Safety Training Videos
Did you miss the recent Southern Oregon Chapter training, or did you really get a lot out of it and want to review it or share it with a colleague? Simply Click the video icon to play and click the buttons below for training materials:
Fall Protection - Oregon OSHA - Klamath Falls - February 6, 2018
This class will discuss the Oregon OSHA rules for fall protection use in the construction industry and will provide specific tools to build a pro-active safety program. Falls are consistently one of the top ten injuries in Oregon and cost employers millions of dollars each year. The goal of the class is to increase personal knowledge about how to prevent falls.
Safety and the Supervisor - Oregon OSHA - Medford - March 13, 2018
You will learn about: costs and benefits of taking corrective action; the five general safety supervision responsibilities outlined in OSHA rules. Through class discussion and group exercises, you learn about leadership that supports safe behaviors and conditions.
Hazard ID and Control - Oregon OSHA - Medford - March 13, 2018
You will learn about: the types of workplace hazards; hazard correction; developing an inspection checklist for the walk-around inspection; and writing an effective safety inspection report. This class builds on the introduction in class Safety Meetings and Committees.
Oregon OSHA Awareness Training Resources: Avoiding Silicosis
We were privileged to have Paul Utterback, EdM, MS, CIH, provide the Southern Oregon Chapter with a marvelous training on August 1, 2017. Paul helped us better understand the intricacies of the 11 Elements of the Silica Rules and practical examples about how to protect employees and maintain compliance with the standard. Click the flyer below to download a copy of the presentation slides, the OSHA Fact Sheet, and the Oregon OSHA Silica Information Booklet.