OSHA Directorate of Training and Education

OSHA Directorate of Training and Education

Directorate of Training and Education Outreach Training Program General Industry Procedures Revised January 1, 2018 Effective April 1, 2018 General Industry Procedures Section II Instructions for

authorized General Industry Outreach Trainers Ensure class consistency Improve student learning outcomes Outreach - General Industry https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/index.html Authorized Trainer Status Update Section III

To Remain an Authorized Trainer: Attend OSHA #503 Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers every 4 years, or Attend OSHA #501 Grace Period 90-day grace period after expiration to complete OSHA #503 Allows for unexpected circumstances Cannot conduct Outreach Training Program training or receive student completion cards if status has expired

10-Hour Training Overview Section IV Provides general industry workers information on how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job hazards on a job site Teaches workers about: Their rights Employer responsibilities How to file a complaint Does not emphasize OSHA standards Learning objectives On CD distributed in trainer classes, or downloadable from the

General Industry Outreach website Introduction to OSHA (website and Instructor Guide) 10-Hour Topics Section IV Mandatory 6 hours Elective 2 hours Optional 2 hours 10-Hour Mandatory Topics Section IV

Introduction to OSHA (1 hour) Electrical (1 hour) Hazard Communication (1 hour) Personal Protective Equipment (1 hour) Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection(1 hour)

Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection (1 hour) 10-Hour Elective & Optional Topics Section IV Elective (2 hours) - At least 2 topics

Hazardous Materials Materials Handling Machine Guarding Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Bloodborne Pathogens Ergonomics Safety and Health Program Fall Protection Optional (2 hour) Teach other general industry hazards or policies

Expand on mandatory or elective topics Minimum length of a topic is one-half hour 30-Hour Training Overview Section IV Provide a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility OSHA standards should not be emphasized Not equivalent to OSHA

Course #511 (Standards course) 30-Hour Topics Section IV Mandatory 12 hours Elective 10 hours Optional 8 hours 30-Hour Mandatory Topics

Section IV Introduction to OSHA (1 hour) Managing Safety and Health (2 hours) Electrical (2 hours)

Materials Handling (2 hours) Hazard Communication (1 hour) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (1 hour) Walking & Working Surfaces, including fall protection (1 hour) Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection (2 hours) 30-Hour Elective Topics Section IV 10 hours At least 5 topics Hazardous Materials (Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Spray

Finishing, Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating Operations) Permit-Required Confined Spaces Lockout / Tagout Machine Guarding Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Bloodborne Pathogens Ergonomics Fall Protection Safety and Health Programs Powered Industrial Vehicles Minimum length of a topic is one-half hour

30-Hour Optional Topics Section IV 8 hours Teach other general industry hazards Teach other OSHA general industry policies Expand on mandatory or elective topics Minimum length of a topic is one-half hour

NEW 1-Hr Introduction to OSHA Section VI Content OSHA has required curriculum for this module https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/teachingaids.html Instructor guide, handouts, & participatory activities Trainer must Follow learning objectives Use the participatory activities may either conduct individual topic practices or conduct the optional exercise

Trainers may Adjust delivery strategies to audience Use work-site photos and company-specific tailoring Introduction to OSHA https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/teachingaids.html Reporting Training Classes Section IV Outreach Training Program Report (OTPR) General Industry

Read instructions on form Ensure coverage of required topics Outreach Training Program Requirements include more information on obtaining student cards Outreach Training Program Report (OTPR) - General Industry https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/generalindustry_procedures.pdf Outreach Training Program Report (OTPR) - General Industry https://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/generalindustry/generalindustry_procedures.pdf

Item 6 Trainer Address Provide an address that will ensure that the cards are sent directly to you. Item 9 No. of Students - If you held a class that contained more or less students than allowed by OSHA policy, include a copy of the prior approval received. Item 10 Training Site Address - Provide the address, city, state, and

country where the course was conducted. Item 12 Course Duration - Enter the start date, end date, start time, and end time of the course. Item 14 Statement of Certification - Trainer signs to verify that the class was conducted in accordance with OSHAs requirements and attest to the accuracy of the documentation submitted. Item 16 Student Names - Ensure the names are legible. General Industry & Training Websites Section V Helps trainers prepare/conduct training: OSHA eTools Industry-Specific Resources

General Industry Safety and Health Topics Compliance Assistance Quick Start: Health Care Industry OSHA Assistance for the Printing Industry Lockout-Tagout Interactive Training Program Evacuation Plans and Procedures eTool NIOSH Safety and Health Topics General Safety and Health References - Other Internet Sites Questions & Answers

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