The General Industry course is offered in both online and offline formats, so you can enrol for it however suits you best. All workers, in general, must complete a 30-hour general industry course. The likelihood of specific job hazards is covered in this OSHA outreach training, along with prevention techniques. Workers will receive more comprehensive safety training on a wide range of topics related to workplace hazards in general industry, as well as an increased depth of knowledge regarding safety obligations.
The program’s goal is to instruct participants on how to identify, avoid, minimize, and prevent health and safety risks in the workplace. It will make it possible for responsible people to follow OSHA health and safety regulations that are relevant to their workplaces and observe workplace safety. The program also provides details on employee rights, employer obligations, and how to file a complaint.
training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for general industry.
training requirements of 29 CFR 1926.65(e)(3)(i) defined by Federal OSHA HAZWOPER for construction sector.
HAZWOPER training requirements for EPA and State OSHA guidelines.
The OSHA 30-hour General Industry course benefits forepersons, safety committee members,
supervisors, managers, controllers, safety staff and safety managers.
In this 30-hour OSHA training course, students will learn.
Fundamental Hazard Communication
Personal protective equipment (PPE) basics
Overview of Safety Supervision
Overview of Safety Leadership
Walking, working, and fall protection surfaces
Employee Basic Electrical Safety
Safety Accountability Overview
Safety Recognition Introduction
Training in Safety Introduction
Overview of Hazard Controls
Introduction to the Analysis of Job Hazards
Ergonomics-related risks in general industry
Basic Machine Protection
Safe Welding Practices
Basic Forklift Safety
Safety in Confined Spaces
Electrical Safety Risks and Management
Dealing with health and safety issues in the general industry
Safety in Material Management
Monitoring Hazardous Energy (LOTO)
Prepare for Emergencies at Work
Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace
Modules are used to arrange each course. A quiz is included in each module to allow the student
to gauge their level of understanding of the material. The moment students submit their quiz answers, they get quick feedback. Results of the quiz are not kept on file, and it can be taken more
The 30-hour General Industry Course must be completed within six months of the student’s enrollment date. Their account expires after six months and must be renewed in order to repurchase the course.