Common OSHA Training Violations: What you can do to protect your company and your workers — July 1,
The same regulations show up every year in OSHA’s list of top ten violations, and most include training requirements. In fact, the specific paragraphs that mention training are among the most-cited provisions.
Those standards include fall protection in construction, hazard communication, powered industrial trucks, control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout), and machine guarding. Although the machine guarding standard doesn’t mention training, employers must rely on workers to avoid citations for things like removing guards.
To help you avoid violations while keeping your workers safe, this presentation will cover:
The specific training provisions that OSHA most commonly cites.
Standards that don’t explicitly require training but imply a need for it.
Determining when refresher training might be needed (even if OSHA doesn’t require it).
Using training to protect your workers and your company.