The American Society of Safety Engineers has been approved as an Authorized Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) 1760 Old Meadow Rd., Suite 500, McLean, VA 22102. The American Society of Safety Engineers is authorized by IACET to offer CEUs as noted in this brochure to participants who successfully complete each seminar.

OSHA-Based Courses

OSHA Training Requirements and Guidelines

1 Day / 0.7 CEUs

Many standards promulgated by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration explicitly require employers to train employees in the safety and health aspects of their job. Others require certified, competent or qualified employees. Numerous employers to date have received significant penalties for non-compliance. Employee training is an essential element for maintaining compliance, avoiding penalties and minimizing workplace accidents, injuries, illnesses and associated costs. This in-house course will review OSHA's rigorous training requirements and guidelines to provide attendees with a complete understanding of the employers' responsibilities.

Learning Objectives:

  • OSHA's Voluntary Training Guidelines
  • General Industry Training Requirements
  • Maritime Training Requirements
  • Construction Training Requirements
  • Agriculture Training Requirements
  • Federal Employee Training Requirements
  • OSHA Enforcement Directives
  • Significant OSHA Enforcement Actions

How You Will Benefit: Attendees will develop a complete appreciation for OSHA's training requirements and guidelines, and how these requirements can assist in avoiding OSHA fines, reducing employee accidents.

OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

1 Day / 0.7 CEUs

Inaccurate OSHA recordkeeping and reporting have resulted in single company fines in excess of $1,000,000 for employers. OSHA recordkeeping and reporting violations can yield penalties of up to $10,000 per occurrence and also result in criminal prosecution proceedings initiated by OSHA through the Federal Department of Justice. One hundred percent (100%) accurate records are a must. This intense, one-day workshop will provide attendees with all the tools, skills, and knowledge to make the correct recordkeeping and reporting decisions.

Learning Objectives:

  • Employers subject to recordkeeping requirements
  • The mechanics of OSHA record keeping
  • Location, retention and maintenance of records
  • Employer decision making
  • Analysis of case recordability
  • Evaluating the extent of recordable cases
  • Employer obligations for reporting injuries and illnesses
  • Access to OSHA records
  • Recordkeeping penalties
  • OSHA's official recordkeeping interpretations
  • Significant OSHA enforcement action

How You Will Benefit: Attendees will leave this course with the in-depth knowledge necessary for accurate OSHA recordkeeping.

Understanding the New OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

1 Day / 0.7 CEUs

OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements are changing. This course will outline the new recordkeeping requirements that will change injury/illness statistics forever.

  • New OSHA 300 Form
  • New OSHA 301 Form
  • What is recordable
  • What is an injury
  • What is an illness
  • What changes affect your company
  • Log suspense dates
  • Annual summary
  • Questions - Answers - Discussion

Learning Objectives: At the completion of this seminar, attendees will be able to:

  • Understand the new OSHA Recordkeeping requirements
  • Evaluate your company recordkeeping requirements
  • Ensure recordkeeping training requirements for supervisors, managers, and record administrators
  • Confidence in implementing OSHA recordkeeping requirements
OSHA 10-Hour Voluntary Compliance for General Industry

1.5 Days / 1.1 CEUs

Topics to be Discussed:

  • Introduction to OSHAct/OSHA Standards
  • Subpart D, Walking/Working Surfaces
  • Subpart O, Machine Guarding
  • Subparts E & L, Means of Egress/Fire Protection
  • Subpart N, Material Handling & Storage
  • Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
  • Hazard Communication Standard
  • Subpart H, Hazardous Materials
  • Subpart I, Personal Protective Equipment
  • Subpart S, Electrical
OSHA 30-Hour Voluntary Compliance for General Industry

5 Days / 3.5 CEUs

  • Introduction to OSHAct/OSHA Standards
  • Record-Keeping
  • OSHA Inspections/Citations/Penalties
  • Safety Program Management Guidelines
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Hazard Communications Standard
  • Subpart H, Hazardous Materials
  • Subpart D, Walking/Working Surfaces
  • Subpart N, Materials Handling & Storage
  • Subpart O, Machine Guarding
  • Subpart P, Portable Tools
  • Subpart Q, Welding, Cutting, & Brazing
  • Subpart I, Personal Protective Equipment
  • Subpart G, Hearing Conservation
  • Subpart S, Electrical
  • Electrical Safety-Related Work Practice, Lockout/Tagout
  • Subpart E & L, Means of Egress/Fire Protection
  • Subpart J & K, Sanitation/Safety Signs/First Aid
  • Permit Required Confined Spaces