Introduction to OSHA

Understanding OSHA's safety standards, your rights & responsibilities, and more

OSHA is the gold standard for safety, and organizations must comply with all its applicable rules and regulations. This online training course introduces you to OSHA and walks you through its history, mission, standards, and frequently cited violations. The course also covers chapters on the responsibilities of employees and employers, inspection process, reporting, and whistleblower protection program. The course contains end-of-chapter assessments, scenarios, activities, and resources.

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Course Outline

Introduction to OSHA Training
1.   Course Overview
  • Course Overview
2.   Introduction to OSHA
  • History of OSHA
  • OSHA’s Responsibility
  • OSHA’s Mission
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
3.   OSHA Standards
  • Handout: Examples of OSHA Standards
  • Who is Covered by OSHA
  • OSHA General Duty Clause
  • Handout: Most Frequently Cited OSHA Standards Violations
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
4.   Employer's Responsibilities
  • OSHA Mandated Responsibilities
  • Activity: Examples of PPE that Employers Must Pay For
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
5.   Worker's Rights & Responsibilities
  • Worker's Rights
  • Worker's Responsibilities
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
6.   Enforcing Standards
  • OSHA Inspection
  • OSHA Inspection Process
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
7.   Reporting Safety Hazards
  • Ways to Report Workplace Hazards
  • Filing an OSHA Complaint
  • Scenario
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
8.   Whistleblower Protections Program
  • Protection Under the OSH Act
  • Filing a Whistleblower Complaint
  • Worker Resources
  • Test Your Knowledge
  • Chapter Feedback
9.   Conclusion
  • Final Assessment
  • Course Handouts
  • Course Feedback
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