“Training and education are elements of a strong injury and illness prevention program that can help employers find and fix workplace hazards before workers get hurt.”
-Training Requirements in OSHA Standards
OSHA has released its new guide for employers detailing updated training requirements and standards. The new guide, “Training Requirements in OSHA Standards,” organizes requirements into five categories: general industry, maritime, construction, agriculture, and federal employee programs. The guide provides information on commonly cited violations, including fall protection, HazCom, scaffolding, control of hazardous energy and hazmat procedures. Find more information here on OSHA’s new guide.