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This training program is intended to provide entry level general industry workers information about their rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint as well as how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job related hazards on a job site. The training covers a variety of general industry safety and health hazards which a worker may encounter at a work site. Training should emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, not OSHA standards.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completing this training program, entry-level general industry workers will be able to:
  • Understand and articulate their rights as employees in the general industry, including the knowledge of relevant labor laws and regulations that protect their well-being and rights.
  • Explain the responsibilities of employers in providing a safe and healthy work environment and recognize the importance of a collaborative approach to maintaining workplace safety.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in the process of filing a complaint in response to safety violations or hazardous conditions encountered at a job site.
  • Identify and recognize a wide range of general industry safety and health hazards commonly found at work sites, comprehending the potential risks and consequences associated with each hazard.
  • Apply effective strategies to mitigate, avoid, control, and prevent job-related hazards, contributing to a safer working environment for themselves and their colleagues.
  • Utilize hazard abatement techniques to promptly address potential dangers and minimize the likelihood of accidents, injuries, and health-related issues.
  • Differentiate between hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention measures, prioritizing proactive approaches to minimize risks over mere compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Demonstrate the practical application of their newly acquired knowledge by actively participating in hazard identification exercises and safety simulations.
  • Collaborate with coworkers and supervisors to communicate potential hazards and actively participate in safety initiatives and programs.
  • Successfully complete the training program, engaging in discussions, practical exercises, and assessments to reinforce learning and ensure a thorough understanding of safety protocols in the general industry.

Course Brief

  • Course Contents
  • Entry Requirements
  • Pricing
Introduction to OSHA/Local Government Agencies Managing Safety and Health Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection
Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection Electrical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Materials Handling Hazard Communication Hazardous Materials
Permit-Required Confined Spaces Lockout / Tagout Machine Guarding
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Bloodborne Pathogens
Ergonomics Fall Protection Safety and Health Programs
Powered Industrial Vehicles

Training should emphasize the following contents;

Mandatory Topics – 12 hours

1. Introduction to OSHA/Local Government Agencies – 1 hour: overview of the policies and regulations set by these organizations to ensure the health and safety of employees in the workplace. Covers the purpose and scope of OSHA or local government agencies, including its role in enforcing occupational safety standards, inspecting workplaces, and providing education and outreach to employers and employees.

2. Managing Safety and Health – 2 hours: May include Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, job site inspections, accident prevention programs, management commitment and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, accident investigations, how to conduct safety meetings, and supervisory communication.

3. Walking and Working Surfaces, including fall protection – 1 hour

4. Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans, and Fire Protection – 2 hours

5. Electrical – 2 hours

6. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – 1 hour

7. Materials Handling – 2 hours

8. Hazard Communication – 1 hour

Elective Topics - 10 hours

Must present at least ten hours of training on the following topics. At least five topics must be presented. The minimum length of any topic is one half hour.

a) Hazardous Materials (Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Spray Finishing, Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating Operations)

b) Permit-Required Confined Spaces

c) Lockout / Tagout

d) Machine Guarding

e) Welding, Cutting, and Brazing

f) Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

g) Bloodborne Pathogens

h) Ergonomics

i) Fall Protection

j) Safety and Health Programs

k) Powered Industrial Vehicles

Optional - 8 hours: Teach other general industry hazards or policies and/or expand on the mandatory or elective topics. The minimum length of any topic is one-half hour.

Entry Requirements

We believe in providing high-quality learning experiences to anyone who is willing to learn and improve their occupational safety and health skills. This course is designed to cater to individuals from diverse backgrounds and levels of expertise. To ensure a positive learning experience for all students, we have established some minimum entry requirements that need to be met before enrolling in our course.

Applicants to this program must possess the following:

  • have a recognized undergraduate degree or equivalent in engineering or a relevant science discipline, or
  • demonstrate equivalent academic ability based on industrial experience or membership of a professional institution, or
  • minimum one year of experience in occupational safety and health.
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Program Duration

This course is designed to help you reach your goals at your own pace and on your own schedule. Instructional contact-time must be a minimum of30 hours. Most students intend to complete their studies via online learning within 1 month.

Career Opportunities

Following these careers typically involve developing and implementing safety programs and policies.

  • Safety Manager: A safety manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining safety programs in an organization.
  • Safety Coordinator: A safety coordinator is responsible for communicating safety policies and procedures to employees, conducting safety training, and ensuring that the workplace is in compliance with safety regulations.
  • Health and Safety Specialist: A health and safety specialist is responsible for identifying potential health and safety hazards in the workplace and implementing measures to minimize or eliminate these hazards.
  • Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Manager: An EHS manager is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining programs to ensure that an organization is in compliance with environmental and health and safety regulations.
  • Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Consultant: An OHS consultant provides expert advice and guidance to organizations on how to comply with occupational health and safety regulations and maintain a safe workplace for employees.

Program Features

The course features a range of benefits and features that are designed to enhance your learning experience and provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

Some of the key features of our course include:

  • Comprehensive curriculum
  • Convenient online format
  • Interactive learning experience
  • Certificate of completion, Transcript, and Wallet Card
  • Access to the online community

What You Will Get

Professional Recognition

Our program has been designed to meet the highest standards of quality and rigor and is backed by the expertise of our experienced instructors.

Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion that is widely recognized in the industry as a demonstration of your knowledge and commitment to safety. Certificate issued by the American Institute of Safety Professionals is accepted by a wide range of employers and regulatory agencies, making it a valuable addition to your resume or professional portfolio.

In addition to the certificate, you will also receive access to our online community of safety professionals, where you can network with others in the field and continue to build your knowledge and expertise. Our community is a vibrant and supportive network of professionals who are committed to promoting a safe and healthy work environment. Our program is also recognized by a number of professional organizations and regulatory agencies.

We are proud to offer a program that is widely recognized as a leading resource in the field of Occupational Health, Safety, and Environment. This course is accredited by the American Institute of Safety Professionals, upon successful completion of the course candidate shall be awarded with a master certificate, course certificate (if applicable) transcript, and wallet cards.

English language requirements

To enroll in AISP diploma, programs or courses, prospective students are typically required to meet certain English language requirements. These requirements are put in place to ensure that students are able to effectively communicate and comprehend course material, participate in discussions and group projects, and complete written assignments to a high standard.

Meeting English language requirements is an important part of the enrollment process as it ensures that students are able to effectively communicate and comprehend course material, participate in discussions and group projects, and complete written assignments to a high standard.

  • Applicants will need a good English Language ability to succeed in their program. Those for whom English is not their first language are suggested to have;
  • Achieved a minimum of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent and
  • Or have successfully completed courses (of 1 year or more in duration) delivered in English.

Final Examination Information

All students must achieve a minimum 70% score to successfully pass the examination which shall be taken online through AISP assigned portal. After successful completion of the examination, students will get their results immediately on their registered emails. This is an open-book exam and students are permitted to use a separate browser window to review course content while taking the exam. If you do not pass the examination you may retake the examination. Students are allowed to take an exam three times within one month. During this time, students should review the course material to improve their understanding.

Additional fees information

For questions about American Institute of Safety Professionals online fees, replacement certificates, additional hardbound materials or any other financial related issues please feel free to contact accounts@amiosp.com

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