OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

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What is OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training?

If you’re an entry-level worker, our OSHA 10-Hour Outreach General & Healthcare Industry course is your orientation to occupational safety and health. As part of OSHA's Outreach Training program to raise awareness about the safety measures under OSHA 29 CFR 1910, this course will help teach you how to improve workplace safety.

You’ll learn OSHA's best practices for reducing accidents and injuries, including fall protection, emergency evacuation plans, and the use of personal protective equipment.

You'll also learn about the major hazards you might encounter in general industry work and solutions for recognizing, controlling, and protecting against them. This includes flammable and combustible substances, chemical and electrical hazards, and fire prevention.

Additionally, you should know what your employer's responsibility is for your safety, as well as the rights OSHA grants you as a worker. That’s why you'll learn how to file a complaint if your workplace isn't living up to its safety obligations.

What is an OSHA 10 General Industry Card Good For?

An OSHA 10 general industry card is good for any entry-level general industry worker. OSHA 10 courses promote workplace safety and health and inform workers about their workplace safety rights. Examples include employees in healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, cosmetology, automotive, warehousing, and distribution.

This course is NOT for construction workers—there is a separate construction-specific 10-Hour OSHA Outreach course.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Walking & Working Surfaces, including Fall Protection
  • Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection
  • Electrical
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hazard Communication
  • Machine Guarding Safety
  • Ergonomics
  • Recordkeeping & Reporting
  • Hazwoper

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