OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry (Virtual)
Please note prices are subject to change.
|Dates:||May 17-20, 2021
Meets: M, Tu, W and Th from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: 000-No Location Needed
Supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility in an industrial setting should take the OSHA 30-Hour training for General Industry. This program introduces the most important functions and roles of OSHA under 29CFR 1910 and 1926 for the safety and health professional with responsibility for hazard and risk analysis as well as program administration. Topics include written plans, recordkeeping, OSHA basics, regulations interpretation, inspections, citations and fines, hazardous substances, PPE selection, use and fit testing, industrial hygiene, electrical, and blood-borne pathogens. Also covered are noise abatement, Hazwoper, lockout/tagout, confined space entry and rescue, machine guarding, methods of egress, walking and working surfaces, and hazard communications.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration fee||$ 679.00|
Joy Finch joined the faculty of Greenville Technical College in October 2000 after twelve years of field experience as an environmental consultant. As a Professor and a Department Head for Environmental, Occupational Health and Safety in the college's Corporate and Career Development division, she has been instrumental in the launching of internationally recognized environmental, safety and sustainability training at Greenville Tech. Her division offers face to face and online training for a variety of EHS subjects including healthy homes, asbestos, lead, indoor air quality, green technologies, and occupational health.
Joy served as a member of the Board of Certification for Certified Environmental Trainers (CETs) from 2005-2010, and in 2013 she was invited by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals to participate in the revalidation process for the CET designation. She holds the Healthy Homes Specialist credential from the National Environmental Health Association and serves on the Curriculum Committee of the National Center for Healthy Housing. She is Past President and current Board Member of the Environmental Information Association and she serves as the Education Chair for the Institute for Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration. In 2014, she was recognized as an Outstanding Alumnae by Converse College and she received the Snider Lifetime Achievement Award from the Environmental Information Association. Joy has an MS in Environmental Management from University of Maryland University College, a Graduate Diploma in Corporate Sustainability from Furman University, and a BA in Music Performance and Humanities from Converse College.
|05/17/2021||Monday||8 AM to 5 PM ||000-No Location Needed |
|05/18/2021||Tuesday||8 AM to 5 PM ||000-No Location Needed |
|05/19/2021||Wednesday||8 AM to 5 PM ||000-No Location Needed |
|05/20/2021||Thursday||8 AM to 5 PM ||000-No Location Needed |