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Publication Date: 2008
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Kirk, H. Ray, Aspen Publishers Staff
OurOSHA Training Guideis an essential tool for complying with OSHA training regulations and for reducing the most common workplace injuries. ThisGuideprovides an in-depth treatment of 16 critical training areas that are likely to be the source of an OSHA inspection and where training is essential to the prevention of a work-related incident. Features of theGuideinclude: ;Trainer materials, including coursework, employee handouts, and tests (with answers) ;Trainee materials consisting of handouts and tests that may be copied and used ;"Toolbox Meeting" materials for quick, worksite follow-up training ;Training Certification Sheets to assist in the proper documentation of training TheGuidealso includes discussion of OSHArs"s final rule requiring employers to pay for most personal protective equipment as well as a reprint of Appendix D to the Respiratory Protection Standard, which contains mandatory information that must be provided to all employees who choose to wear respirators even if not required by the standard. Training topics discussed in theOSHA Training Guideare: ;Back Safety ;Bloodborne Pathogens (Awareness Level Only) ;Chemical or Hazardous Waste Spill (First Responders Awareness Level Only) ;Controlling Hazardous Energy (Lock-Out/Tag-Out) ;Ergonomics ;Electrical Safety (Awareness Level Only) ;Fire Safety ;Forklift Safety ;Hand and Power Tool Safety ;Hazard Communication (Employee Right-to-Know) ;Hearing Protection ;Office Safety ;Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ;Respiratory Protection ;Walking and Working Surfaces ;Workplace Violence PreventionKirk, H. Ray is the author of 'OSHA Training Guide', published 2008 under ISBN 9780735572775 and ISBN 0735572771.
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