This course examines the structure, contents and applicability of the Occupational Safety and Health Management (OSHA) standards and covers prevention, safety and health hazards in the workplace and OSHA employers' responsibilities. In addition, this course focuses on the implementation of effective safety programs and recordkeeping requirements.


This course includes interactive group discussions and case studies. Each participant also receives an OSHA instruction manual for reference in the future.


Objectives of the session

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

Explain and apply the contents of occupational safety and health management standards 29CFR1910 (OSHA)

Develop effective security programs that increase employee morale and productivity and reduce overall costs

Describe OSHA training requirements and identify training topics for the staff they need

Apply recordkeeping requirements from OSHA to maintain an effective record of retention in the workplace

Distinguish the difference between employee rights and employee responsibilities by OSHA

Target groups

Health and safety managers, field supervisors, engineers, safety specialists, site managers and anyone who requires a better knowledge of workplace safety rules and regulations.


Target competencies

Understanding OSHA

Compliance with health and safety

Application of safety procedures

Implementation of safety training requirements

Record keeping