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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.
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This webinar tests your knowledge and takes you on a virtual tour of common general industry workplace hazards. Participants learn to recognize and abate these hazards. This training is beneficial for everyone from new hires to seasoned safety professionals. Duration 60:07 minutes.
OSHA has issued a proposed rule designed to protect workers from the hazards associated with silica exposure. While this rule is not final at this time, the supporting documentation and the language in the proposed rule contain a wealth of important information for anyone concerned with occupational exposure to silica. Employers and employees in both General Industry and Construction would benefit from the information provided during this webinar. Please join us for an interactive look at the latest research and proposed regulation of exposure to silica in the workplace. Duration 65:00 minutes
Workers wear a fall harness to be protected in the event of a fall, however there are dangers associated with the critical minutes that take place after a worker has fallen and is left hanging in their harness. This training addresses hazards associated with being arrested in a fall, the process of developing a fall rescue plan and various forms of rescue. The concepts learned in this webinar may be applied in both general industry and construction. Duration 45:10 minutes.
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.