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Safety regulations set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), states, and cities are always changing to reduce and prevent workplace accidents. Safety techniques from 10 years ago may no longer be best practice. If your business is using outdated policy, you could be fined by OSHA and put your workers at risk. 10-hour and 30-hour OSHA training classes from TC Risk Management keep employees up-to-date with the latest codes and regulations. Our Outreach Trainers are OSHA-authorized to teach general and industry-specific safety classes. Each covers:
Your training class will be based on your specific industry to cover the information you need. These courses are ideal for introducing new employees to safety basics or as a refresher for more experienced workers. Workers who complete the course may receive OSHA cards from the Department of Labor.
The OSHA 30-hour training course was specifically developed for safety directors, foremen and field supervisors. Full of complex safety information. 30-hour programs are designed to cover more complex safety information. Our courses cover everything your business needs to become OSHA compliant and avoid the top OSHA safety violations.
Our 30-hour class takes place over 4 days with. There are scheduled breaks and meal times as necessary so your workers stay focused throughout training.
Our shorter 10-hour OSHA training courses save time so employees can get back to work sooner. We recommend this training as part of new employee orientation to provide the basics of working safely and preventing workplace hazards. It’s also a great for companies which require annual refresher courses.
The 10-hour class takes place over 2 days. There are breaks and meal times.
Safe work habits need to be part of the company culture to be most effective. Both the 30 and 10 hour programs offer a comprehensive approach to understanding the necessary information to:
Comprehensive OSHA training proves a company’s commitment to safety for all employees. OSHA 10 and 30-hour courses cover a lot of safety topics but not everything. You may need additional classes based on your industry:
While online OSHA courses may be appealing for their convenience, these classes lack the hands-on elements necessary for truly understanding safety procedure. E-learning can be harder for workers because they do not get face-to-face instruction from an expert. And simply reading notes off a PowerPoint presentation is not enough. We recommend in-person, hands-on safety training for effective results.
TC Risk Management has onsite OSHA safety training classes available all over the United States. Our trainers provide instant feedback to students so they can learn what they’re doing right. We personalize our training to match the needs of your workers. You’ll get your full safety training without the hassle or expense of travel.
Local companies in southeast Wisconsin have the option to come to our Milwaukee County classroom for convenient OSHA training. Each class can accommodate 10 workers at a time.
If you are not in Wisconsin, our mobile safety training can come to you. Reach out to our safety trainers today to learn more about onsite or in-class options.