Listed below is a description of OSHA required training, including the required audience. Training provides employees information on how to recognize and control associated chemical hazards. Some training is required on a one-time basis, while others are required annually. For questions regarding training contact the Environmental Health & Safety Department at 1-7501.
This training is required for custodial, maintenance, and other job titles in which asbestos-containing materials (ACM) are contacted but not disturbed. Annual two hour training is required.
This training is required for employees who may come into contact with a co-workers’ blood. Annual training is required.
Training is required for employees who may enter a confined space or supervisors of personnel who enter a confined space. Personnel must complete four hour classroom training and an on-site training session using air monitoring and retrieval equipment. To maintained certification for confined space entry personnel must attend training annually or participate at least once a year in a confined space entry.
Training is for employees likely to witness or discover a hazardous substance release and initiate the emergency response. Training includes recognition of the presence of hazardous materials in an emergency, the associated risks, and the appropriate response to initiate an emergency response. This is a one-time four hour classroom training session.
This training is for individuals who respond for the purpose of protecting property, persons, or the nearby environment without actually trying to stop the release. These personnel must have eight hours of training plus "awareness level" competency.
This training is for each employee who might be exposed to fall hazards. The program shall enable each employee to recognize the hazards of falling and shall train each employee in the procedures to be followed in order to minimize these hazards. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Employer must provide training to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the associated hazards. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Employer shall review with each employee upon initial assignment those parts of the fire prevention plan which the employee must know to protect the employee in the event of an emergency. Training frequency - one-time basis.
This training is for individuals who use hazardous chemicals in the workplace. Training provides employees information on how to recognize and control associated chemical hazards. Training frequency - one-time basis.
This training is for individuals who perform work involving hot work, including soldering, torching, and welding. Training provides for proper hot work procedures and the use of permit system. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Upon initial assignment workers must be trained on the location of hazardous chemicals, the methods and observation that may be used to detect the presence and release of a hazardous chemicals, and specific procedures that have been implemented to protect employees from exposures. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Training enables each employee to recognize hazards related to ladders and stairways and to use proper procedures to minimize these hazards. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Training in the recognition of hazardous energy sources, the methods and means for energy isolation and control and the required documentation. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Training is required for employees required to wear a respirator. Note: some training information is required for voluntary use. Training includes instruction on why the respirator is necessary, the proper use and maintenance, and the limitations and capabilities of the respirator. Annual training is required.
Training is for any employee whose work requires them to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as safety shoes, hart hat, gloves, etc. Training provides instruction on the proper use and the limitations of PPE. Training frequency - one-time basis.
Training is required for personnel whose noise exposure exceeds one half the OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL). Training provide instruction on the effects of noise on hearing, the purpose of hearing protectors, the purpose of audiometric testing. Annual training and audiometric testing required.
Training provides instruction on the proper operation of a PIT.