There is nothing simple about the 1910 General Industry Standards. Containing more than 17,000 safety laws, the standards are both massive and complex. Both courses are designed to give detailed information on how OSHA must be implemented in the workplace. There is, however, one simple fact associated with these laws – the more people in your company who know the laws, the easier compliance becomes. Better compliance leads to fewer violations and fewer violations result in less expense, fewer fines and fewer injuries. Bottom line – understanding the standards will save your company money.
Who Should Attend?
|• Hospital maintenance personnel||• Maintenance personnel|
|• Hospital supervisors||• Plant managers|
|• Human resource associates||• Production engineers|
|• Human resource professionals||• Safety associates|
|• Industrial engineers||• Safety committee members|
|• Lead personnel||• Safety directors|