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OSHA Training in Pennsylvania

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When the OSH Act of 1970 was implemented, the United States, a nation with few Federal regulations governing occupational safety and health, transformed into one that shields its workers from workplace dangers.

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For Pennsylvania

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Federal OSHA Jurisdiction governs most private sector employees because Pennsylvania is one of the states without an official state plan.

As federal OSHA does not apply to workers in the public sector, the Pennsylvania General Safety Law (Act 174) governs workplace safety.

 

Federal law does not require everyone to do OSHA Outreach Training. Nonetheless, OSHA urges entry-level workers to enroll in OSHA 10 Hour courses and individuals in supervisory roles to enroll in OSHA 30 Hour courses because these courses include particular themes pertaining to various job activities.

 

But, Pennsylvania contractors and workers in the Philadelphia construction industry are required to complete OSHA Outreach training.

You must receive an OSHA 10 Hour Construction certificate if you are an employee who: 

  • Directly carries out approved construction or demolition activities under Philadelphia Code, Title 4, Subcode A, Section A-1001.4.
  • Is a home improvement contractor with the state.
  • Has a contractor's license.

 

Licensed contractors are required to hire at least one manager or supervisor who has been trained under the OSHA 30 Hour Construction course in the last five years. In addition, those construction workers involved in electrical work, plumbing, or fire suppression are not supposed to follow the rule mentioned earlier.

 

Moreover, personnel involved in construction projects must be supervised by a site safety supervisor who's OSHA 30 certified.

 

Even though OSHA has Standards related to Hazardous Communications obligated for private-sector workers, Pennsylvania's "Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right to Know Act (Act 159 of 1984)" certifies that workers take proper training to counter chemical hazards while working.

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

Not only does OSHA Outreach Training protects the rights and health of employees by providing basic knowledge related to Occupational Safety and Health, but it also provides the following benefits:

 

  • The chances of equipment damage and product loss lessen.
  • Workers can recognize site hazards correctly.
  • Medical insurance costs and lost workdays are prevented.
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