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Basic Welding Safety

Coming soon September 2015

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Access the Occupational Safety and Health General Industry, Construction and Recordkeeping standards.

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Access the Skilled Trades Track Program modules for Occupational Safety and Health.

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Our mission is to connect the Commonwealth of Kentucky's workforce to a cost-free and enriching source for workplace safety and health training. All training, whether a class or webinar, is presented by KYOSH Education and Training staff. 

Featured Projects

 The featured projects below are the newest additions to the list of online training sessions.

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This course reviews the OSHA standards from the general industry regulations 29 CFR 1910.25 – 1910.27, addressing the various ladders used in general industry. By the end of this course, participants will understand the types of ladders used in general industry, their parts, how to choose the correct ladder for the job, proper use, and inspection criteria. Duration 12:26 minutes.

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Participants will gain an understanding of the processes and procedures performed by KYOSH compliance officers as they inspect a workplace for safety and health hazards. This training is a beneficial resource to businesses covered under KYOSH regulations. Duration 1:24:00 minutes.

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Fire and explosion due to combustible dust poses immediate and deadly risks to the health and safety of Kentucky’s workforce. This webinar training identifies types of combustible dust, outlines the risks and hazards associated with dust, showcases laboratory testing procedures and emphasizes ways to prevent combustible dust explosions in the workplace. Duration: 51:56 minutes/

Bureau of Labor Statistics Respondents

If you are a Kentucky business that received the Bureau of Labor Statistics Survey correspondence (Notice of Recordkeeping Requirements or Instructions for Completing the Survey), you may access more information and training from our BLS survey how-to page.