Drones, also known as unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), continue to rise in popularity and prevalence. Today, these UAS serve a wide range of both public and commercial purposes, such as building safety inspections, search and rescue, law enforcement, news gathering, and even recreational activity. As the use of drones continues to expand, OSHA issued a memorandum for proper safety in regard to UAS activities.
This online course is designed to teach participants essential knowledge regarding drone operations, historical context, operational limitations, UAS registration, liability, safety regulations, and more.
OSHA Education School’s Drone Awareness for All Industries online training is designed to provide essential foundational knowledge regarding UAS systems, their uses, and the regulations surrounding them. Specific course topics include the following:
Historical uses of drones
Specific industry terms include the following: