OSHA revised the standard Subpart N for Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts) March 1st 1999 making it mandatory that operator training be "site specific".
The Occupational Safety and Health Program is a set of written documents that describe a company's safety policies, priorities, and responsibilities. This program is designed to bring structure and consistency into accident prevention efforts by focusing on the company’s work practice rules, and employee education, by showing where safety rule development, enforcement and training is needed. It also serves as a framework for systematically detecting and correcting OSHA violations, as well as remedying hazards not covered by OSHA standards.
Examples of mandatory OSHA Written Programs:
Powered Industrial Truck Safety
Starting with a review of your operations, policies and procedures, we can create an industry specific Occupational Safety and Health Program manual for you.
This manual contains required safety programs and plans per OSHA regulatory standards, and information regarding your company’s general safety and health.
Currently, students who attend and pass the CPR class or the First Aid class will receive a certification of proficiency that lasts for two years.
Injury Management Safety Seminars
Full Compliance Training Programs
Supervisor & Management Education
Annual, Renewal & Interval Sessions
Is your safety material is outdated or not yet in place? We can help!
SAFETY AND TRAINING PROGRAMS
We can provide training for your employees on a multitude of safety and health topics tailored to meet your needs. Power Point presentations, videos, and hands-on training can be performed at your facility, eliminating the need for employees to travel to other locations
Industry Specific Full Training Classes, Short Courses and Seminars Including:
Conference Room or Job Site
Tailgate or Toolbox Safety Meetings
New Hire Safety Orientations
Health & Wellness Seminars
Need a specific program or modification to an existing program? We can assist with that too! We can also review your current programs for compliance or gaps.
This means that operators of powered industrial trucks, can be trained in a like work environment with the equipment they are to operate during the course of their work assignment.
Now that the programs are written, the employees need to be trained on the programs. Training sets the framework for employee safety expectations and the prevention of injuries. Required by OSHA, training provides the employee pertinent information regarding your safety programs, the hazards associated with their work tasks, environment and importance working safely.
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CPR / First Aid
Employers Resource Associates is an Authorized Provider for the American Red Cross. With this authorization, we can provide the following trainings:
Likewise, operators of heavy equipment such as front end loaders, backhoes, scrapers and excavators must have specific testing and evaluation of competency under Subpart O in Part 1926.