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Working With Companies On Improving Workplace Safety

Taking part in OSHA training courses can help to keep you and your employees safe from hazards and potential injuries. There are always ways that you can improve workplace health and safety. If you're located in the state of Texas, our team can help guide you on the path towards success and a safer environment.

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What Does OSHA Stand For?

OSHA stands for Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It was founded in 1970 and signed into law by President Richard Nixon after an increase of accidents occurred as industrial production increased after WWII. The main goal has been to improve the health and safety of employees and work environments/conditions in general for men and women by enforcing OSHA standards. Research, information, education, and training in the field should all be efficiently provided. Employers must also post OSHA notices and updated labor laws in their place of business.

Your Employees Deserve to Be Trained and Protected

By putting the proper guidelines and training in place, workers can rest assured knowing that the likelihood of injury is greatly reduced. Employers can also be brought peace of mind knowing that their workers are thoroughly trained in handling each job, equipment, tools, or materials considered hazardous safely.

Otherwise, if employees are hurt on the job, not only will you be in (expensive) trouble, but you'll have to live knowing that it could have been preventable. All it takes is investing in either the OSHA 10-hour or 30-house training course where your workers will learn about health and safety, their rights, the employers' responsibilities, and how to file a formal complaint.

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Types of OSHA Training

There are a few different Texas OSHA training courses that employers and employees can complete depending on the industry they're in. As mentioned above, there are both 10-hour and 30-hour training courses available:

  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training
  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training
  • OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training
  • OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Training
  • OSHA 1926 Standards Training
  • OSHA 1910 Standards Training

If you need more information on them, our team can help assist you and ensure that your workplace has precisely what you need to succeed.

The Benefits of OSHA Training For Texas Businesses

If you've just had new employees start with your company, they should be introduced to the job with the proper Texas OSHA training courses. In fact, some companies require this to unfold before they begin in order to prove they are fully qualified to perform certain duties. This can hold many benefits for your business:

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Boosts Employee Morale

When new employees walk through the door and they undergo training paid for by their workplace, it gives them a sense of comfort and security and, therefore, boosts their morale. They'll also feel more confident starting their first day of work knowing they can handle certain duties safely and efficiently.

It's Worth The Investment

Paying for courses now is a much better investment than having to pay for the cost of someone's injuries or illnesses. It can also be very affordable for either in-person or online training courses. In fact, online training courses can cost anywhere from $80-$180.

It's Not
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It's Not Time-Consuming

Workers can complete an OSHA training course in 10 or 30 hours depending on the industry you operate in. If opting for a 10-hour course, it could be completed in a couple of days. If opting for a 30-hour course, it could be completed in less than a week. However, if doing an online course, workers can work comfortably at their own pace.

Identify Current Issues

By having workers undergo OSHA training, it can actually help you to identify any problem areas or that would go against compliance. This allows you to revisit the state of different departments and work together to put into place better practices to prevent injuries or illnesses.

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What Is Included In General Industry Training?

Every business should have general industry OSHA training, no matter their industry. This type of training allows your workers to understand what they need to do in case of:

  • Fire: exit routes, what to do following evacuation, performing medical duties if necessary, maintaining the alarm system, fire prevention, etc.
  • Vehicles: safe use of lifts, safe use of balers, preventing hazards, emergency action plan, certification records, providing proper training to others, etc.
  • Noise exposure: ensuring there is proper hearing protection, annual training programs, access to training manuals, the effects of noise on hearing, etc.
  • Handling of materials considered hazardous: how to store it, how to transport it and operate the vehicle, installation, removal, necessary certifications, etc.
  • Compliance guidelines, quality control, training guidelines, PPE requirements, and so much more.
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Contact Our Team In Texas

OSHA training is something all companies require in order to ensure the utmost safety of their workers. Our team has always been dedicated to the health and safety of everyone involved and can help you reach your goals. We can provide your Texas business with the proper OSHA training course necessary to bring peace of mind to you, your workers, and their families.

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You Need Professionals That You Can Truly Rely On

We’ve been in the business of safety training and consulting for 5+ years now and have worked closely with over 250 different companies on improving the way their business operates.

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Our Team’s Passion Goes Beyond Just Keeping Your Employees (And You) Safe

While safety and standards are always our top priority, so is helping your business succeed. We want to help you grow your business and reach your goals and the best way to do that is by working with our team of safety professionals.

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Don’t Wait For An Accident To Happen To Realize Where You Can Improve. Call Us To Prevent Accidents From EVER Happening.

It shouldn’t take an accident happening to make you realize that improvements and training need to be addressed. Accidents can, and should always be, prevented in the first place.

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Let’s Discuss Your OSHA Training Needs Today

As mentioned above, there are various OSHA training courses available depending on your industry. There are 10-hour and 30-hour courses, but our team can help you determine exactly what you and your team need.

We’ll Help Point You In The Right Direction

When you give us a call today, we’ll walk you through how each course will work, how it will benefit you and your employees, and even bring family members peace of mind. Understanding all of the jargon can also be confusing, but that’s why we’re here to simplify everything for you and ensure you understand all that’s involved in OSHA training.

Don’t wait. Let’s start improving your business and employee morale today.

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