OSHA 30 Hours for General Industry Training IBSP USA


03 Days

Mode Of Study

Virtual | Face To Face


Hyderabad, Sindh

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Course Details

The OSHA 30-Hours for General Industry is a comprehensive program developed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to enhance safety knowledge and practices across a wide spectrum of industries. This extensive course provides participants with a deep understanding of general industry safety regulations, hazard identification, risk assessment, and proactive safety measures. It covers critical topics such as machine guarding, hazard communication, electrical safety, and more. Through engaging learning modules, practical case studies, group discussions, and real-world scenarios, attendees will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to foster safer work environments in diverse general industry settings.

Syllabus For OSHA 30 Hours

Understanding OSHA’s mission, standards, and regulatory framework.

Familiarity with OSHA’s inspection process and compliance requirements.
Identifying and assessing workplace hazards.
Proper use, maintenance, and inspection of equipment.
Safe practices when working with electricity, including lockout/tagout procedures.
Ensuring machines are properly guarded to prevent accidents.
Strategies for preventing and addressing fall hazards.
Safe practices for handling and storing materials.
Fire Prevention and Protection.

Assessment Methods

The course includes quizzes, exams, and practical assessments to evaluate participants’ understanding and application of safety concepts.

Benefits of OSHA 30 Hours for General Industry Training Course

  1. Enhanced Safety Knowledge: OSHA 30-Hour General Industry equips students with comprehensive safety training, reducing workplace accidents.
  2. Improved Employability: Certification demonstrates a commitment to safety, enhancing job prospects in industries such as manufacturing and construction.
  3.  Regulatory Compliance: Understanding OSHA standards ensures compliance, minimizing legal risks for employers.
  4.  Risk Mitigation: Trained individuals can identify hazards and implement preventive measures, reducing workplace injuries and liabilities.
  5.  Career Advancement: OSHA certification can lead to promotions and higher-paying positions, as employers prioritize safety-conscious candidates.


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Who Needs OSHA 30 Hours general Industry ?

  • Workers and supervisors in various general industry settings
  • Safety officers and coordinators
  • Plant managers and supervisors
  •  Manufacturing professionals
  • Warehousing and logistics personnel
  •  Employees in diverse non-construction industries