Richard Graves & Associates

OSHA Authorized Trainer – #20-0079355

 OSHA Training – General Industry 1910

Benefits of OSHA Training

Employer Benefits

When a company takes on OSHA compliance as a practice, they see a dramatic decline in all work-related injuries and even illnesses that may occur, which ultimately improves efficiency and work ethic completed by the employee.

Last, but certainly not least, completing the OSHA Certified Training can lead you to build an environment at work where all the employees—are physically safer and practice awareness about dangers at work. In short, this training will provide your employees with strong morale and increased employee retention due to a healthful and safe environment for everybody.

OSHA workplace safety compliance doesn’t just benefit your employees; it shows your customers and business partners your high-quality standards and dedication to your craft.

 Students will earn a Department of Labor card denoting their commitment to workplace safety.


While many take OSHA safety training to satisfy a workplace or job site requirement, OSHA training can offer many additional benefits to OSHA card holders. Here are some tips for how you can make the most out of your OSHA certificate.

Once you complete your training, it is time to update your resume and showcase your skills.

Maybe you are unemployed and seeking to get an edge over the application pool’s competition. Maybe you are employed but feel as though you have hit a ceiling or are stuck in a career rut, and hoping for a way to get out of the same old job.

Either way, getting OSHA authorized may be the difference in you getting promoted to an advanced position or a new job that will do more than increase your pay, but also increase your job satisfaction.

Students will earn a Department of Labor card denoting their commitment to workplace safety.


Benefits of the OSHA-10 safety course?

The OSHA 10-hour course educates workers on various safety aspects. It enables you to identify, prevent, and rectify workplace hazards. The program offers wide-ranging benefits. By participating in the OSHA 10-hour training, they will learn about mechanical, chemical, and electrical dangers. The majority of workers are unfamiliar with some of the safety risks taught in the course. The coursework allows workers to practice safety principles while empowering them to become proactive in the workplace. This ensures that employers are held accountable for delegating hazardous tasks or failing to uphold standard safety practices. The OSHA-10 course can also be completed through e-learning or on-site.

OnSite Training Minimum 10 Students

$150 per student + Expenses


Benefits of the OSHA 30 safety course?

OSHA 30-Hour Training courses for General Industry teach health and safety awareness by helping supervisors and workers reduce the risk of workplace hazards. This safety training is available on-site and is also available online and accessible 24/7 from any web-enabled device.

It is designed to bolster in-house safety procedures by providing well-formulated coursework. In turn, this allows both employers and employees to achieve and maintain higher job site safety standards.

The program reinforces a culture of safety in various sectors. Training allows participants to gain knowledge about different types of risks through hands-on activities. In turn, companies experience fewer workplace accidents. Safer work environments help companies save money in compensation and other costs. The benefits also extend beyond financial considerations.

OnSite Training Minimum 10 Students

$350 per student + Expenses

Are you Ready for an OSHA Inspection?

If an OSHA inspection happens at your facility you won’t get a prior warning


Below are the maximum penalty amounts adjusted for inflation as of Jan. 23, 2019.

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Boatyards are recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a high hazard industry, given the many potential threats their employees face on a daily basis. These boatyards are subject to enhanced scrutiny by OSHA, whose inspections seek to enforce their regulations and promote a safe work environment.

We offer complete pre-inspection reports

For a free proposal please call – 1-800-436-9015

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