Safety and Health Council of North Carolina

A non-profit association preventing injury through
safety education and training since 1960!

General Industry Hazard Awareness

Onsite Only

Having trouble seeing the forest for the trees? Controlling “recognized” workplace hazards to attain an acceptable level of risk, defines Occupational Safety and Health. OSHA requires companies to conduct hazard assessments for PPE, Hazardous Energy, Confined Space, Falls and many other areas. This course is designed to provide tools and information necessary to conduct Hazard Assessments at General Industry sites. Areas of concentration include, recognition of existing hazards in the areas of Equipment, Ergonomics, Chemical, Physical and Work Practices, documentation of assessment data, as well as development of control mechanisms.

4 MESH Hours