RedVector OSHA10-01A

OSHA 10 Hour Construction: Module 01 - Introduction [V2]

OSHA 10 Hour Construction: Module 01 - Introduction [V2]

1.5 hrs. Online Course

Level: Fundamental

Item#: OSHA10-01A

SME: Dan Johnson, CSP (SFI Compliance Inc.)

This course has been discontinued
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was founded in 1971 to address the rights and responsibilities of employees and employers in the national workplace in a cohesive manner. The mission of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is to send every worker home whole and healthy every day. Since the agency was established in 1971, workplace fatalities have been cut by 62 percent and occupational injury and illness rates have declined 40 percent. This 1-hour interactive online course module is the first in RedVector's 10 Hour OSHA Safety Training course. This Introductory module covers a bit of the history and functions of OSHA and how it serves to benefit workers in ways that were unprecedented before its existence.
OSHA recommends Outreach Training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers.  Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of their job.
Your purchase price entitles you to six months of uninterrupted course access, starting with the day you first enter the course. If you have not completed the course within six months, you must re-purchase the course and begin it again if you still wish to finish it.
Course Objectives

Upon completion of this module, students should be able to: 

  • Define the acronym “OSHA” and explain what OSHA does.
  • Name the publication that contains the OSHA standards and the four broad categories of business/industry covered by these standards.
  • List at least three employer responsibilities required by the OSHA standards.
  • Summarize a worker’s rights and list at least three worker responsibilities covered under the OSHA standard.
  • Know how to find out more about OSHA and where to seek OSHA’s help.