Safety and Health Council of North Carolina

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

Maintenance Safety for Supervisors

This course is designed specifically for senior maintenance personnel, shift leaders and maintenance supervisors. A good working relationship between safety and maintenance is critical in the functioning of an organization. Maintenance associates are routinely exposed to hazards of every type and the maintenance supervisor is responsible for the safety of their associates. A successful maintenance group is well versed in safety procedures associated with their actions and compliance with corporate programs. Effective training and leadership are critical in day to day functions. This Maintenance Supervisor Safety class focuses on responsibilities of maintenance supervisors and resources available to assist in making their operation “World Class”. 

Topics include:

  • Overview of the contents of 29CFR1910, reference materials and resources
  • Determining and defining your responsibilities in the company
  • Hazard Awareness
  • Overviews of:
    • Control of Hazardous Energy (LOTO)
    • Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication
    • Electrical Safe Work Practices
    • Powered Industrial Trucks and Boom/ Scissor Lift
    • Walking Working Surfaces (including work at height)
    • Machine Guarding
    • Permit Required Confined Space
  • Training/ Recordkeeping requirements
  • Day to day management and supervision of a Safe and Effective maintenance program
  • Interaction with the Safety Manager


$195 Member     $225 Non-Member

7 MESH Hours

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