Safety Specialist Courses

These Specialist Designations assure all employers or potential employers that the practitioner has exceptional acquired knowledge, skills, and abilities in the specified area. This series of General Industry Safety Specialist Courses covers the OSHA requirements of 29 CFR 1910 as well as other regulatory requirements for general industry, municipalities and federal government workplaces.

BBS

13 hours
Behavior-Based Safety Specialist
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BPS

8 hours
Bloodborne Pathogens and First Aid Treatment Specialist
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CSS

13 hours
Confined Space Entry Specialist
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CRS

13 hours
Confined Space Rescue Specialist - This course is available for groups of ten or more on a site-specific basis.
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IDS

8 hours
COVID-19 Infectious Disease Prevention Specialist
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IDS

8 hours
COVID-19 Infectious Disease Prevention for Meat Processing Specialist
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DHS

13 hours
DOT HAZMAT Specialist
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ESS

13 hours
Electrical Safety Specialist
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SEM

13 hours
Emergency Management Specialist
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FPS

13 hours
Fire Prevention Specialist
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FSS

13 hours
Forklift Safety Specialist
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HCS

13 hours
Hazard Communication Specialist
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HZS

13 hours
HAZWOPER Specialist
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IIS

13 hours
Incident Investigation Specialist
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JHA

13 hours
Job Hazard Analysis Specialist
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LTS

13 hours
Lockout Tagout Specialist
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MGS

13 hours
Machine Guarding Specialist
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ORS

13 hours
OSHA Recordkeeping Specialist
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PES

13 hours
Personal Protective Equipment Specialist
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WES

13 hours
Workplace Ergonomics Specialist
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VPS

13 hours
Workplace Violence Prevention Specialist
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WWS

13 hours
Walking-Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Specialist
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General Industry Safety Training

General Industry Safety Training

General industry safety training is crucial to keeping your employees safe at your workplace. Training courses and certificates allow companies to meet the 29 CFR 1910 OSHA requirements governing general industry. At the National Association of Safety Professionals, we offer several different training courses to help your employees identify various hazards and take relevant actions to reduce dangers and injuries.

Find out more about the OSHA requirements governing general industry safety, the benefits of safety training and some of the primary safety courses your employees can take to receive specialist certificates.

29 CFR 1910 OSHA Requirements

29 CFR 1910 OSHA Requirements

OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910 is a collection of general industry standards that apply to many organizations across various industries. In OSHA terminology, “general industry” refers to every industry except those that fall under the maritime, construction or agricultural sectors. OSHA regulates those that fall under the general industry category with directives, standard interpretations and standards. Following these requirements helps companies increase their safety and meet governmental regulations.

Safety Courses for General Industry

With the numerous OSHA regulations governing organizations in general industry, many companies invest in safety training courses for their staff. These courses allow employees to gain specialist certificates in essential safety areas to ensure your company complies with regulations and has a safe workplace.

Below are some of the primary general industry safety training courses people can take to achieve specialist certificates.

Behavior-Based Safety Specialist: Our BBS certification gives you information about workplace safety and how to manage it. This certification also covers strategies to overcome resistance to change, information about our Behavior-Based Safety model and methods to foster continuous improvement and positive behaviors.

Bloodborne Pathogens and First-Aid Treatment Specialist: Our BPS certification helps students gain a comprehensive understanding of bloodborne pathogens. It also informs students about exposure routes and tips for implementing an exposure control plan. Students learn how to prevent bloodborne pathogen exposure and OSHA first-aid requirements for responding appropriately.

Confined Space Entry Specialist: Students take our CSS course to better understand what confined spaces are and what elements may need a permit. By the end, they’ll also know more about confined space hazards and how to take appropriate actions to protect themselves and others.

Electrical Safety Specialist: Our ESS course helps students better understand the principles of electricity and its related dangers. The course also covers meeting regulatory compliance, preventing common electrical injuries and controlling electrical hazards.

Emergency Management Specialist: Emergencies come in many forms, such as tornadoes, earthquakes, hazmat spills, terrorism, accidents or fires, and our SEM course teaches employees how to better handle them. The course introduces students to preparation strategies and guidance about how to manage an emergency after it strikes.

Fire Prevention Specialist: Our FPS course prepares students to implement workplace fire safety practices and proper exit routes. Students also learn about medical services and first aid.

Forklift Safety Specialist: Students who take our FSS course and achieve certification will understand the main types of standard forklifts and how they work. They’ll also learn more about forklift training requirements, proper maintenance practices and operator safety rules.

Job Hazard Analysis Specialist: When a company wants its employees to know how to identify risks and prevent workplace injuries, our JHA course is an excellent choice. The course teaches students to conduct a job hazard analysis, reduce hazardous conditions and rank hazards based on multiple factors.

Lockout Tagout Specialist: Our LTS course provides students with information about properly performing the six lockout tagout steps. The course can also help employees recognize what circumstances require LOTO and create a comprehensive LOTO program for their company’s workplace.

Personal Protective Equipment Specialist: Once someone completes our PES course, they’ll better understand protective equipment training requirements and how to apply PPE regulations. They’ll also know how to use and maintain PPE at their workplace.

Workplace Ergonomics Specialist: Musculoskeletal disorders often result from jobs whose demands exceed employees’ physical capacity, with many workers in general industry suffering from them. Our WES certification can help an employee identify ergonomic risk factors that lead to MSDs and take action to correct them.

Walking-Working Surfaces and Fall Protection Specialist: Our WWS certification is crucial, as falling is one of the leading causes of injuries and fatalities at workplaces today. Once students complete the course, they’ll be able to identify and appropriately act upon hazards.

Benefits of General Industry Safety Training

Companies and organizations can see several advantages from investing in general industry safety training. By taking the time to train your staff, you can save money, reduce accidents, better manage hazards and improve your company’s standards. Learn more about the benefits of general industry safety training below.

Reduce workplace accidents: When you train your team to comply with general industry safety standards, they’ll be much less likely to get in accidents while working. Since training covers crucial OSHA information and best practices for safety, employees will know how to avoid danger and go about their tasks safely.

Save money: Companies that invest in general industry safety training can save money over time. Since safety training reduces injuries and prevents mistakes, your company can stay more efficient and productive, leading to increased income.

Increase workplace safety: When your team has completed general industry safety training, they’ll be more likely to spot hazards in the workplace and act appropriately. These team members can handle these hazards fast to ensure other staff members don’t get injured and raise your workplace’s overall safety.

Improve company standards: Having management and other essential team members earn general industry safety training certificates can help your company develop better safety standards across your organization. These improved standards can help you better protect employees and make sure you meet regulations.

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With all the benefits of general industry safety training, you might be interested in signing up for some of our courses. At NASP, we proud to offer our students a diverse training style that emphasizes dynamic and interactive learning designed to foster knowledge retention. We’ve built our training courses exclusively for safety professionals, and we’ve earned International Accreditors for Continued Education and Training (IACET) credentials – which allows us to issue valuable CEUs for all of our courses.

Browse our safety course catalog to find the best courses for your team. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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