OSX 920l • OSHA 7510: OSHA for Small Business

OSX 920l • OSHA 7510: Introduction to OSHA for Small Business

2022 DatesTimesMeetingsMeeting TypeLocationReg. DeadlineFee
January 199:00am–1:00pm1WeekdayOnline
January 14$275
* Schedule(s) subject to change; contact our OSHA Assistant for scheduling questions | Updated 1/3/2022

Course Description

small businessThis course covers an introduction to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the OSH Act for owners and managers of small businesses. Course topics include OSHA Standards, implementing a safety and health program, and worker training requirements.

Upon course completion students will understand OSHA operations and procedures and how to work with OSHA to prevent or reduce injuries and illnesses in their workplace. 

Who Should Attend

Individuals responsible for overseeing safety in industries such as: Construction, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Maritime and General Industry.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe the Injury and Illness Prevention Program
  2. Identify basic employer and employee responsibilities, and rights under OSHA
  3. Describe how OSHA standards are organized and developed
  4. Utilize the steps of the OSHA inspection process
  5. Recognize the four elements of a safety and health management system
  6. Describe information about compliance assistance

CEUs: 0.7
Prerequisites: None
Course Length: 1 day
Recommended Materials: Pen, pencil, highlighter and writing pad


Special Requirements

System and Equipment Requirements

It is important that students review the system and equipment requirements listed below to be successful in a video conferencing course.

  • An internet connection – broadband wired or wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
  • Access to computer or laptop (*no phone); one student per device
  • Speakers and a microphone – built-in, USB plug-in, or wireless Bluetooth
  • A webcam or HD webcam - built-in or USB plug-in
  • Stand-alone webcam with a 10ft USB cord is required for OSHA 500, 501, 510 and 511 testing
  • A phone can be used as a secondary camera for testing only

Videoconferencing Requirements