Become a Train-the-Trainer in One Day OSHA training information
OSHA requires all employees to receive training
[OSHA ACT Section 5(a)(1)]
Cut costs and provide this training internally year after year!
What is a Train-the-Trainer/Train-the-Supervisor/Competent Employee Training?
All companies, plants, and worksites are required to have competent employee training. Become your company's competent OSHA trainer and learn how to train your employees on multiple subjects according to the OSHA standard by attending this specially offered train-the-trainer course.
Attendees will learn specific OSHA regulations pertaining to their workplace, how to reduce their company's liability, and become a competent trainer in the following topics:
  • Fall Protection: Anchors, lanyards, lifelines, free fall, & fall distance
  • Aerial Work Platforms/Walking & Working Surfaces: Scissor lifts, Lift baskets, and Boom trucks
  • Flammable and Combustible Liquids: PL Gas, Internal Combustion Engines, and Batteries
  • Powered Industrial Equipment & Earth Moving Equipment
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Hazard Communication: Chemical training; if you have MSDS sheets, you need HazCom training!
  • Ladder Training
  • Confined Space
  • Scaffold Training
Course attendees will also learn how to:
  • Avoid an OSHA inspection
  • Reduce citations & penalties
  • Record workplace injuries
How does this course differ from the US 29 CFR OSHA 10 or 30 hour course?
The OSHA 10 and 30 hour class is primarily focused on hazard identification and hazard resolution. By the end of an OSHA 10 or 30 hour course, attendees should be able to identify dangerous situations. That's all! The 10 or 30 hour course does not focus on teaching attendees how to train, evaluate, and certify employees.
On the back of every 10 or 30 hour card, it states,
[…]Participation is Voluntary. Workers must receive additional training on specific hazards of their job.[…]
Meaning, all employees need additional training on how to operate, work with, use, and maintain equipment, how to use PPE, or even to be on the work site – This course enables a trainer to give that needed additional training that the OSHA standard is requiring.