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OSHA Training in Kentucky

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Kentucky is qualified to enforce its own State Plan since OSHA permits States to implement State Plans as long as they are as effective as OSHA Regulations. Therefore, the Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health (Kentucky OSH) Division of Compliance is the regulatory entity that oversees the State Plan. Moreover, the Kentucky Labor Cabinet handles the Kentucky OSH Division Board.

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For Kentucky

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The Kentucky State Plan covers certain employees of commercial businesses and those in the public sector. The Federal OSHA Standards are mixed in with the Kentucky State Plan. However, the Federal OSHA Jurisdiction mandates that employees get job-specific training following the job-specific standards. 

 

Even though the majority of Kentucky's employees fall under the jurisdiction of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, where the Kentucky OSH Division Board is adopting Federal OSHA Standards, which are contained in Chapter 2 of 803 Kentucky Administrative Regulations (KAR), which states 29 CFR, the employees will receive the same training as those employed by Federal OSHA.

 

For further information and specifics, consult the Kentucky State-specific Construction and General Industry Standards. Furthermore, OSHA primarily recommends employees receive training on topics related to their jobs rather than mandating them to complete OSHA Outreach training. However, since these job safety courses cover a wide range of relevant job safety subjects, OSHA advises that employees enroll in OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour training, commonly known as OSHA Outreach training.

 

In addition, even though a State Plan covers them, some workers are subject to federal OSHA's jurisdiction. Examples include:

 

  • Employees appointed under federal Employment Policies 
  • Employees of the U.S. Postal Service and private USPS operations
  • Maritime employees of private companies 
  • Employment in military bases, Tennessee Valley Authority buildings, and other Federally-owned places
  • Specific agricultural employees and operations
  • Working conditions onboard aircraft employees in the operation
  • Any area, functions, contractor, and employees that Kentucky OSH Division does not regulate

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

One can never go wrong by enrolling in OSHA Outreach training since, after passing the required exams and receiving your OSHA certificate, you will enjoy the following benefits:

 

  • There will be a decrease in fatal accidents and workplace injuries.
  • Workers' and industrial facilities are protected from OSHA inspections.
  • Reduction in medical compensation costs and missed days of work.
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