with over 30 years in the crane and rigging industry as a Senior Specialist and Safety Trainer Jesse Owens has the knowledge and the skill set needed to get your team up to speed on the latest osha standards
About the course
Through OSHA 30 hour training, workers learn how to avoid electrical, chemical, and mechanical dangers they may not know existed. A study of the economic and social benefits of OSHA30 produced several key findings:
Reduced workplace accidents from OSHA30 courses helps workers, companies, and taxpayers save money.
The complete benefits of an OSHA30 program can extend far beyond economic measures.
OSHA 30 hour general industry safety programs have set a new standard for mandatory health and safety training programs.
As a business owner or manager, you may wonder how effective a 10-hour course can be. While short, the OSHA30 program is taught by industry experts who cover an array of topics and provide tailored training to fit your workers’ needs. For example, if you work in the electrical industry, OSHA instructors can focus on LOTO training and provide hands-on training on arc flash prevention. Training also helps workers become proactive in asking employers about safety practices before performing hazardous tasks.