Updated OSHA 10 Training Makes a Case For Workplace Safety

On average, there are more than 84 deaths per week from job related accidents. Nearly 20% of these deaths are workers in the construction industry. OSHA has determined that 435 lives per year could be saved by eliminating the “fatal four,” or four most common types of accidents: struck by an object, caught-in/between, electrocution, and falling.

Interactive and engaging online training is an effective way to ensure employees are learning the latest safety standards so these accidents can be avoided. The newest OSHA 10-Hour construction industry course released through usfosha.com includes brand new animations, “Focus Four” which discusses the four most common fatal construction hazards, interactive worksite explorations and new Hazard Communication Standards. All of the updates place emphasis on real-world scenarios and graphics to better resonate with the student and help avoid workplace injury.

Watch the Official Trailer for the new OSHA 10-Hour Course and check out some of the interactive animations for yourself!



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