New for 2019! We will provide training vouchers equal to half of your annual sponsorship. Online web portal to access online learning management system, online OSHA log and library of content and resources to use and share with employees. Polo shirts for your employees and much more! Sponsor now and your renewal will be due January 1, 2020!
NEW - OSHA Safety Training - 500 Series Courses
The Moss School of Construction, Infrastructure and Sustainability is committed to excel as the preeminent center for advancement and dissemination of construction knowledge and is proud to be named a Host Site for select courses offered by the OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Center at Volunteer State Community College (VSCC).
Providing this level OSHA curriculum further enhances the safety training currently offered and provides a much-needed service to area industries.
The goal of OTIEC courses is to reduce workplace fatalities and injuries by teaching the application of OSHA standards in hazard recognition and prevention.
Don’t Let Hidden Hazards Haunt Your Workplace!
Take action to scare up hazards and find the best ways to control them.
- Conduct safety walk-arounds to systematically identify and address workplace hazards. Check out the Safe + Sound Campaign resources, Walk-Arounds for Safety Officers and Safety Walk-Arounds for Managers, for tips on making yours effective.
- Hone your observation skills to identify and assess hazards in your workplace. Watch the Campbell Institute’s webinar, Visual Literacy: How 'Learning to See' Benefits Occupational Safety.
- Engage your workers and promote safety with challenges, contests, and competitions to find and fix hazards in your workplace.
The Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) recognize employers and workers in the private industry and federal agencies who have implemented effective safety and health management systems and maintain injury and illness rates below national Bureau of Labor Statistics averages for their respective industries. In VPP, management, labor, and OSHA work cooperatively and proactively to prevent fatalities, injuries, and illnesses through a system focused on: hazard prevention and control; worksite analysis; training; and management commitment and worker involvement. To participate, employers must submit an application to OSHA and undergo a rigorous onsite evaluation by a team of safety and health professionals. Union support is required for applicants represented by a bargaining unit.
Join us March 1 & 2,2019 for the largest Environmental, Health and Safety Expo and Conference! Visit over 350 exhibitors and register on October 15, 2018 over 100 seminars and training courses for only $25/per course! Don't miss this dynamic event!
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