Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment Training

 

Promote Hazard Free Environment

 

Hazard Identification Training Course is designed to provide safety committee members or other EHS employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct safety inspections in the workplace.

 

Upon completion of this workplace hazard identification course, employees should be able to confidently:

 

  • How to identify hazards and unsafe conditions that need to be addressed.

  • How to document your findings during safety walkthroughs.

  • The process for recommending corrective actions.

 

An employer has the responsibility to provide a safe workplace for all employees. Safety programs are designed to provide control measures necessary to protect the health of employees and to maintain equipment in good working order.


OSHA requires that employers inform all employees of the known health hazards to which they are exposed and the measures which have been taken for the prevention and control of these hazards. A safety program is designed to address these requirements.

 

Promote Hazard Free Environment

 

Hazard Identification Training Course is designed to provide safety committee members or other EHS employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct safety inspections in the workplace.

 

Upon completion of this workplace hazard identification course, employees should be able to confidently:

 

  • How to identify hazards and unsafe conditions that need to be addressed.

  • How to document your findings during safety walkthroughs.

  • The process for recommending corrective actions.

 

An employer has the responsibility to provide a safe workplace for all employees. Safety programs are designed to provide control measures necessary to protect the health of employees and to maintain equipment in good working order.


OSHA requires that employers inform all employees of the known health hazards to which they are exposed and the measures which have been taken for the prevention and control of these hazards. A safety program is designed to address these requirements.

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