OSHA: The General Industry and Construction Standards Overview for the Engineer and Surveyor

Start Date
09/26/2013
End Date
09/26/2023
Description
This course is designed to provide the Engineer and Surveyor with an introductory overview to OSHA’s role, procedures and standards. Outline: Why it is important to know about OSHA, Overview, the Act's coverage, State programs vs. Federal coverage, and OSHA’s strategies and priorities. Inspections: how and when they are conducted, Citations and Penalties, Employer rights and responsibilities, Multi-employer worksite citations, Employee rights and responsibilities, the appeals process, record-keeping requirements, requirements to train employees. Information is provided about OSHA’s general duty clause and “referenced” standards. Additionally, information is provided as to the standards upon which OSHA tends to concentrates efforts in general industry and field/construction, such as their "focused inspections"
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Business Practices / Contracts / HR
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
4.0
Learning Outcomes
1) Learn an overview to OSHA’s role, procedures and standards.

2) Understand why it is important to know about OSHA, Overview, the Act's coverage, State programs vs. Federal coverage, and OSHA’s strategies and priorities.

3) Understand about inspections: how and when they are conducted, Citations and Penalties, Employer rights and responsibilities, Multi-employer worksite citations, Employee rights and responsibilities, the appeals process, record-keeping requirements, requirements to train employees.
Instructors
Mr. William R. Bunner
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Course Codes
Provider
Engineering Continuing Education


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