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OSHA Training In Florida

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OSHA was created to safeguard workers and assist employers in creating safer workplaces. Like other US states, OSHA Florida has a wide range of industry-specific standards and regulations and federal and state laws governing the training, particularly for construction employees, workers, managers, contractors, and employers.

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For Florida

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Florida has no distinct State Plan for Occupational Health and Safety initiatives. Yet, Floridians are urged to abide by the Federal Protection Rules, particularly those working for private businesses.

 

Even though neither employees nor employers are subject to OSHA requirements, the agency requires Floridians to complete training on several issues covered in OSHA Outreach courses. OSHA advises Floridians to enroll in OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour courses.

 

Also, there are particular requirements for Miami-Dade County employers. For example, workers who work for private or public construction enterprises in counties with a value of up to $1 million are required by Miami-Dade County regulations to complete a minimum of 10 hours of OSHA construction safety training to obtain a DOL Card.

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

All Employees and Employers typically need OSHA Site Safety training despite various State Plans and Rules, and one can never go wrong by spending money on OSHA Safety training because:

 

  • It prevents you and your business from incurring high fines
  • It increases the efficiency and productivity of employees
  • It lessens the risk of site mishaps and injuries.
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