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Employee Safety & Health Training For Your Workplace

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What is Required in OSHA Training?

When it comes to OSHA classes, safety is the name of the game. Site safety managers, workers, and virtually anyone else on site must have their OSHA certification. During OSHA courses, employees are given a strong foundation for safety measures and the prevention of health hazards in the workplace. Our safety consultants offer courses online and in person, covering everything from construction safety to silica awareness. Specific elements included in these safety training courses include required OSHA training, such as:

  • Worker rights protected under OSHA
  • Common jobsite hazards and how to avoid them
  • Electrocution hazards and best practices
  • Emergency response protocol
  • & More

Another part of all courses include understanding how OSHA inspections are conducted and the proper procedures that need to be in place on all job sites. Learning how to protect yourself from health hazards in the construction industry is extremely important and necessary in this line of work. OSHA training strives to increase the safety culture so that fewer injuries occur in the future. Learning from past mistakes is a large component during training and a positive way to bring about change.

TALK TO A SAFETY EXPERT NOW!

What is Required OSHA Training?

When it comes to OSHA classes, safety is the name of the game. Site safety managers, workers, and virtually anyone else on site must have their OSHA certification. During OSHA courses, employees are given a strong foundation for safety measures and the prevention of health hazards in the workplace. Our safety consultants offer courses online and in person, covering everything from construction safety to silica awareness. Specific elements included in these safety training courses include required OSHA training, such as:

  • Worker rights protected under OSHA
  • Common jobsite hazards and how to avoid them
  • Electrocution hazards and best practices
  • Emergency response protocol
  • & More

Another part of all courses include understanding how OSHA inspections are conducted and the proper procedures that need to be in place on all job sites. Learning how to protect yourself from health hazards in the construction industry is extremely important and necessary in this line of work. OSHA training strives to increase the safety culture so that fewer injuries occur in the future. Learning from past mistakes is a large component during training and a positive way to bring about change.

TALK TO A SAFETY EXPERT NOW!

Construction Training

Our training modules are designed to allow employee training when time is available. We will help develop a customized safety training strategy, which will include industry, OSHA and regulatory required training. Our goal is to allow our clients the ability to address both production and safety training goals, without jeopardizing one another.

Our qualified trainers will work with your company to develop a customized course or you can opt to utilize one of our current courses. Courses regardless of their structure are continually being evaluated by learners and management to ensure the most quality experience.

General Industry Training

All manufacturing, service industry, facility management and industrial companies are different and must comply with a broad range of occupational safety and health compliance regulations. Controlling the rising cost of doing business has forced many companies to rely on outside expertise. As productivity quotas increase, companies must manage safety issues that directly affect the bottom line.

Safety Resources can help identify safety solutions that make sense for your company. Whether you require an individual resource or a full complement of resources, Safety Resources is dedicated to developing, implementing, and sustaining safety management systems to protect corporate assets. Safety Resources provides high quality manufacturing and industrial safety services.

OSHA Training

As the OSHA training requirements in New York City, and other cities change, many construction workers and site safety managers need additional site safety training to meet these new OSHA training requirements. New workers and veteran employees must all complete various hours of safety training, including OSHA courses, regarding proper practices alongside environmental health and safety.

OSHA courses identify and review construction safety requirements mandated by OSHA for employers and employees.

Onsite Safety & Health Training

One of the best methods for improving production, quality and employee safety is to ensure that employees are properly trained prior to being placed in the production process. It doesn’t help any organization to have the best equipment and process flow, if the employees are not trained on the proper procedures and safeguards associated with the operation.

At FSNY, we are about People, Products & Processes. We can also help you build a comprehensive Reopening Program that address the new standards to work environments, protections for employees and customers, to get you back to business.
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