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OSHA Regulatory Training Requirements

Posted by Alchemy Support

Oct 20, 2016 3:15:31 PM
Oct 20, 2016 3:15:31 PM

Many regulatory requirements, such as the training requirements in OSHA standards, require that employers train employees on specific hazards and equipment unique to their specific accountabilities and worksite conditions.  Alchemy's workplace safety courses are intended to build awareness on these topics.  They are not intended to fulfill any specific regulatory training requirements within a worksite.  To help our clients round out the Alchemy awareness courses we encourage the use of Creator to modify the Alchemy courses or create site specific content to teach employees about the exact hazards, policies, and procedures in place at their worksite. Alchemy also offers custom course creation services to create site specific and client specific materials to train on specific worksite and location requirements. Using Coach and Alchemy Communications tools can also help to complete the training cycle by allowing supervisors and managers to extend learning on to the production floor using corrective observation and reinforcement of important topics.

 

View Alchemy's latest webinar to find out what OSHA’s top 10 violations were in 2016 and how to prevent them from occurring in your organization.

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As always – we value your feedback and hope to hear from you as you begin to use the new features.  Should you have questions please contact us. 

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