Given all the technological advances in computer training, ISHN had to dig back to an OSHA letter of interpretation dated November 22, 1994 for an answer to the question, “What is OSHA's position on computer-based training programs for cognitive training?”
OSHA standard 1910.132 provides general requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE). What are an employer’s training requirements for worker PPE? The standard reads: 1910.132(f)
Training. 1910.132(f)(1) The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE. Each such employee shall be trained to know at least the following:
On January 16, 2007, OSHA’s Director of Enforcement, Richard Fairfax, explained in a letter of interpretation requirements for first aid, CPR, and bloodborne pathogens exposure training. Does everyone need to be trained? What if there is a career rescue squad within five miles of the workplace?
Training from J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. introduces the basics of electrical hazards in the workplace and emphasizes safety responsibility of all employees
January 14, 2016
J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., a leader in safety and regulatory compliance, announced today the introduction of a new training program to safeguard unqualified employees against common workplace electrical hazards.
Matching safety and compliance training to industry, employees to training and figuring out the right training frequency, is a challenge for many organizations, and tracking all that is perhaps more difficult still.