Miami Industrial Trucks offers OSHA 10-hour general industry outreach training at our four locations in Dayton, Troy, Findlay, and Toledo, OH. This course is intended to provide entry-level general industry workers with a broad awareness of recognizing and preventing hazards on a general industry site. As OSHA-authorized trainers, our company leads these courses to satisfy the standards set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to help reduce hazards and accidents in the workplace. Contact us to learn more.
What Is OSHA?
Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 to ensure workers’ safe and healthy working conditions. It follows a set of standards enforced by authorized training, outreach, education, and assistance. The group that oversees the enforcement of the standards and training is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), part of the United States Department of Labor. The Occupation Safety and Health Act covers most private sector employers and their workers as well as some public sector employers and workers.
Why Is OSHA Training Important?
The OSHA training course was developed to help promote safety and a healthy environment in the workplace while providing workers with more knowledge about hazards and employee rights. The program is voluntary; however, it is strongly recommended and has grown significantly since its development in 1971. By equipping workers with the appropriate safety training courses, companies can be confident they’re doing their part to create a safer work environment since employees will understand how to recognize, avoid, and prevent hazards and accidents. In return, this can save businesses a lot of money in accident investigations, lost production, injuries, and workers’ compensation suits.
Who Should Take the OSHA 10-Hour Card Course?
The 10-hour card class is a general industry overview of workplace safety and hazard prevention intended for entry-level workers. The focus is on a variety of common hazards a worker may encounter on any type of job site. It is an excellent education for entry-level laborers that may be employed in:
- Industrial work
- Construction sites
- Factory operations
- And more
What Does the Class Cover?
The OSHA 10HR General Industry Outreach Training is designed to give a general understanding of workplace safety for entry-level workers. It does not fulfill the training requirements found in OSHA standards. Still, many employers require workers to carry OSHA cards, and taking this course will meet that requirement. Upon completion, students will have an understanding of:
- Information regarding OSHA
- Hazard recognition and avoidance
- General workplace safety
- Workers’ rights
- Employer responsibilities
- How to file a complaint
Benefits of the Program
Completing the OSHA 10-hour card program benefits individuals as well as the organizations they work for. A safe workplace is more productive, has better morale among employees, and promotes a positive environment. The benefits of taking this course are:
- It promotes a safe environment through peer training
- Individuals actively participate in hands-on activities
- We can tailor programs to individual specific needs
- Explains the value of safety and health for coworkers
How Long Is the Course?
This 10-hour course is completed over a 2-day period in any of our four locations. As we like to say here, the course only lasts two days, but the knowledge gained will last a lifetime. The 10-hour card will never expire. However, an employer may require you to retake the course every few years.
Additional Training Courses
Our company is committed to offering industrial solutions for employers and workers across many fields. We understand the advantages of a properly trained team that understands the value and importance of workplace safety and avoiding hazardous conditions. We offer a variety of OSHA and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) authorized training by our qualified instructors so businesses can empower their employees with the knowledge and skills required for safe operation. Contact us for:
- Forklift Training – If you work in a warehouse or industrial setting and have forklift operators on the property, this training course ensures they meet OSHA standards for safe operation.
- Aerial Training – Aerial lifts and booms allow workers to be more productive in hard-to-reach areas. Understanding potential hazards and safe maneuvering in warehouses or on job sites is the best way to avoid accidents and injury.
- Additional Training Services – If your company has specific needs for unique equipment or certain situations, learn more about our select training services that cover niche areas.
H3: Why Choose Us?
From our leadership team to our training instructors, our entire company is dedicated to “Beyond World Class Service.” That’s what sets us apart from other industrial truck operations. Whether you’re working with us to find new equipment for your business or want the best safety training for your team, you can count on us. We’re proud to say:
- We’ve been in business since 1956
- Our company is locally owned and operated in Ohio
- We’ve received numerous accolades from our partners
- We offer full-service sales, parts, and rentals
- Our customers leave 5-star reviews
Schedule Your OSHA Training Certification Course
The OSHA 10-hour card course at Miami Industrial Trucks in Ohio covers a variety of safety and health topics that a worker may encounter at a general industry site. This 2-day program offered at our four locations in Dayton, Troy, Findlay, and Toledo is the perfect introduction to workplace safety that provides a comprehensive overview. While OSHA doesn’t require it, training is recommended as occupational safety and health orientation. Also, many employers require that prospective employees obtain a card for employment. Ready to take the first step toward workplace safety? Contact us to enroll in this course today.