Richard Graves & Associates

OSHA Authorized Trainer – #20-0079355

 OSHA Training – General Industry 1910


10-hour Course Outline Course Topics:

Introduction to OSHA


Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention

Walking and Working Surfaces

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

Personal Protective Equipment

Machine Guarding

Hazard Communication

Introduction to Bloodborne Pathogens

Safety and Health Programs


30-Hour Course Outline Course Topics:

Hazard Communication

Fire Prevention



Fall Protection



Personal Protective Equip[ment

Health Hazards in Construction

Welding and Cutting

And more…

OnSite Training Minimum 10 Students

$100 per student + Travel Expenses outside of Fort Lauderdale

Are you ready for an OSHA Inspection? We offer a complete pre-inspection report.

You never know when one will happen, you could have a list of violations that lead to costly citations. Onsite inspections can be triggered by formal employee complaints, severe injuries and illnesses, and imminent danger. Programmed inspections are regular visits to sites deemed hazardous.

Even if you don’t know when or if an inspector is coming, you can and should plan in advance for these visits. It’s crucial to be prepared when an inspector arrives.

Prepare well in advance by reviewing the top 10 most frequently cited standards and see where you stand on each. Fall protection, construction. Updated OSHA FinesTop Five OSHA Violations

Hazard communication standard, general industry

Scaffolding, general requirements, construction

Respiratory protection, general

Control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout), general

Ladders, construction

Powered industrial trucks, general

Machinery and Machine Guarding, general requirements

Fall Protection–Training Requirements

Electrical, wiring methods, components, and equipment, general industry.

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