What is an OSHA Outreach Trainer?
An OSHA Outreach Trainer is a safety professional with training and experience that OSHA has qualified as a trainer.Outreach Trainers can provide certification and training to companies according to OSHA regulations. Authorized trainers may receive OSHA course completion cards for their students.
Can anyone be an OSHA Outreach Trainer?
No. An OSHA Outreach trainer must have five years in either the construction or general industry experience based on their specialty. The trainer must also complete certain training courses required by OSHA. Once the trainer has completed all the requirements, OSHA will provide an “Authorized Trainer Card” according to his/her specialty.
What is the purpose of OSHA Outreach Trainer?
According to OSHA, “The OSHA Outreach Training Program provides training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards.” The program is to promote workplace safety and health by educating workers about workplace hazards and their rights. Employers are responsible for providing additional training for their workers based on specific job-related hazards.
Classes provide an information overview which can include workers’ rights, and employer responsibilities to name a few. Classes are encouraged to be participatory, with hands-on activities. Trainers are able to tailor the trainings to the specific needs of the client.
Why choose ReSolve to provide OSHA Outreach Training?
ReSolve provides OSHA Outreach Training according to OSHA standards. With over a decade of experience in safety regulations and requirements, we are more than qualified to handle any of your safety needs. Contact us with any questions or to get a class scheduled today.