By Kevin B. Keith, Director of Safety Services, ABC Keystone Reviewing injury and illness logs is a fantastic way to focus in on and identify safety issues. The OSHA 300 Log is a tool that indicates where and what injuries are occurring in your workplace. Review of the injury types, …
Come join us on January 30, to take advantage of a session devoted exclusively to maintaining OSHA injury/illness recordkeeping and calculating injury rates. Our time together will provide you with the knowledge and skills you will need to confidently and correctly maintain your OSHA #300 & #300A injury and illness logs.
Gain knowledge critical in protecting employees from the dangers of excavation and trenching.
This training will include discussion on the contents and requirements of the regulation and we will conduct hands-on exercises that build the skills necessary to effectively evaluate and manage entry into a construction confined space.
October 10 & 11 / 7:30 am – 4:30 pm each day. This course serves as the benchmark for introductory jobsite safety and OSHA compliance education.
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Gain knowledge critical in protecting employees from overexposure to silica. Understand both regulatory (OSHA) requirements and the procedures that you can take to comply with the new standard.