OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Program - $65.00

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Program - $65.00

10 hrs. Online Course

Level: Advanced


SME: Pete Rice, CSP, CIH, REHS

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry is an OSHA-Authorized online training course that provides relevant safety material to help workers stay safe on the job. It is an online version of OSHA's popular Outreach training program. When you successfully complete the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course, you will receive a valid U.S. Department of Labor OSHA 10 Card. ClickSafety’s OSHA 10-Hour course has been developed by experts in OSHA safety and is proven to work. It’s simply the easiest way to complete your training and earn your OSHA 10 Hour Card. While anyone can take this online OSHA 10 General Industry course, it is specifically designed for: General Workers,Warehousing and Manufacturing Employees Foremen andJob Supervisors Inspectors involved in General Industry activities Note: This course is not qualified for Contractors. Contractors should take OSHA 10 Construction Program (RV-OSHAP3).
Course Objectives
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Recognize what worker rights are protected under OSHA
  • Recognize what responsibilities an employer has under OSHA
  • Identify ways to protect oneself from slip, trip, and fall hazards
  • Recognize the hazards and controls associated with all types of ladders (fixed and portable)
  • Recognize important reasons for emergency egress and access, planning, and fire prevention and protection
  • Describe the types of electrical hazards and their effect on the human body
  • Recognize ways to protect oneself from exposure to electrical hazards
  • Identify ways to select appropriate personal protective equipment
  • Recognize requirements for wearing personal protective equipment
  • Recognize rights that workers have to know the identity and properties of chemicals used at their workplace
  • Identify the major difference between acute and chronic health effects
  • Recognize ways to protect oneself from exposure to health hazards
  • Describe hazards specifically associated with flammable and combustible liquids, spray finishing, compressed gases, and dipping and coating operations Identify major material handling hazards
  • Describe types of hazards that exist with unguarded and inadequately guarded machines and equipment
  • Recognize employer requirements for providing a safety and health program that effectively reduces and prevents employee injury, illness, and fatality
  • Describe activities that can lead to MSD and RMD injury and illness
  • Recognize role of the workforce in improving the current culture
  • Recognize the role of management in improving the current culture
Pete  Rice, CSP, CIH, REHS Photo
Pete is responsible for developing and managing ClickSafety's industrial hygiene and environmental health programs. With 35 years of experience, he has monitored safety and health practices on hundreds of projects and has helped develop various Cal/OSHA standards. Prior to ClickSafety, Pete managed environmental, safety, and hygiene programs for a nationally-prominent engineering firm, working on the leading edge of web-based training and online risk management. Pete earned his B.S. in Environmental Health and Biology and M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety from California State University, Northridge. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional and teaches industry-related courses at both UC Berkeley and UC Davis. Pete is an accredited OSHA Outreach Program Trainer for both the OSHA 10-Hour and OSHA 30-Hour courses in Construction and General Industry.