OSHA Cleaning Certification
There are many ways companies can protect their employees, customers, and businesses with the right training, and obtaining an OSHA cleaning certification is one way to limit liability and keep customers happy. Clean Management will train individuals in the latest Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliance requirements and retrain relevant personnel when a process change is made. Learn more about the OSHA cleaning certification course below.
Why OSHA Training?
Training employees in OSHA compliance keeps a business legal under state and federal requirements. OSHA was created by The Department of Labor in 1970. The purpose of OSHA environmental training is to protect the safety and health of workers by teaching and enforcing compliance standards. OSHA coverage is widespread and applies to most private-sector employees across the U.S. and its territories.
OSHA training keeps workers safe. Through OSHA training, employees learn to identify and properly handle occupational hazards, protect themselves and others, and prevent accidents.
Employers benefit from OSHA training. Ongoing education improves the working environment, which increases productivity and workers’ morale. OSHA training also reduces the potential for on-site accidents, workers’ compensation claims, and leaves of absence.
What does OSHA training cover?
Topics covered in the OSHA online cleaning certification depends on the duration of courses selected, the industry, and the special needs of particular work environments. Upon the completion of OSHA training, an employee should be well versed in the safety and health considerations to ensure their work environment and practices meet state and federal requirements.
All training covers the safety of hazardous materials, occupational health concerns, and environmental control. Employers can select industry-specific training to cover the unique concerns and requirements their employees face.
Online OSHA courses available through Clean Management include:
- OSHA HAZWOPER per 29 CFR 1910.120(e) and (p) & 29 CFR 1926.65(e) and (p)
- OSHA Hazmat Emergency Responder per 29 CFR 1910.120(q) & 1926.65(q)
- OSHA Safety Courses for General Industry and Construction per 29 CFR 1910 & CFR 1926
- OSHA Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) and GHS per 29 CFR 1910.1200
- OSHA courses in Spanish
Whether new employees need certification or just a refresher, OSHA training from Clean Management keeps workers safe and knowledgeable about compliance standards and working environments. Contact us for more information regarding OSHA enviromental training.