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OSHA Training In Utah

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Utah implements its own Official State Plan that includes all State, local government, and many private-sector workers and incorporates several Federal OSHA Standards as well as its additional regulations because the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) allows all states in the United States to take control of their occupational safety and health regulations.

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For Utah

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The Utah Division of Occupational Safety and Health (UOSH) implements the State Plan at Utah's numerous industrial facilities under the auspices of the Labor Commission.

 

Although UOSH enforces most Federal OSHA Regulations, Title R614 of the Utah Administrative Code contains additional regulatory standards that are frequently met.

 

Utah has unique requirements in the following categories:

 

General Industry

 

· Rail Tracks

· Elevators, Escalators, Aerial Trams, Manlifts, Workers' Hoists

· Flammable and Other Hazardous Liquids

· Explosives and Blasting Agents

· Processes and Equipment Involving the Use of Filters

· Flammable Solids

· Personal Protective Equipment

· Lockouts and Tagging

· Emergency Response

· Crawler Locomotive and Truck Cranes

· Conveyors

· Centrifuges

· Window Cleaning

· Foundries

· House and Building Moving

· Meat, Food, and Tobacco Processing and Packing

· Drilling Industries (Other than Oil and Gas)

· Motor Vehicle Transportation of Workers

· Worker Intoxication

· Oil and Gas Drilling, Servicing, and Production

 

Construction

 

· Grizzlies Over Chutes, Bins, and Tank Openings

· Cranes and Derricks

· Roofing Operations

· Asphalt Mixing and Rock Crushing Operations

· Agriculture

· Slow-Moving Vehicles

· Roll-Over Protective Structures (ROPS) for Agricultural Tractors

· Guarding of Farm Field Equipment, Farmstead Equipment

· Field Sanitation

· Walking-Working Surfaces

· Flammable and Other Hazardous Liquids; Combustible Substances

· Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment

· Labor Camp Sanitation

· Confined Space Entry

· Medical Services and First Aid

· Electrical Hazards

· Toxic Substances

· Pesticides

 

Moreover, Utah's State Plan applies to establishments in the state's private sector, with the following exceptions:

 

  • Maritime employment, including shipyard employment, marine terminals, and long shoring;
  • Contract workers and contractor-operated facilities engaged in United States Postal Service (USPS) mail operations;
  • Employment on Hill Air Force Base;
  • Employment at the United States Department of Energy (DOE.) Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserve to the extent that it remains a US DOE facility;
  • Employment at the Tooele Army Depot, which includes the Tooele Chemical Demilitarization Facility;
  • The enforcement of the field sanitation standard, 29 CFR 1928.110, and the enforcement of the temporary labor camps standard, 29 CFR 1910.142, concerning any agricultural establishment where workers are engaged in "agricultural employment" – within the meaning of the Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act, 29 USC 1802(3) – regardless of the number of workers. 
  • All working conditions of aircraft cabin crewmembers onboard aircraft in operation.


 

If your workplace is subject to UOSH, your training program must adhere to the state's unique standards. UOSH also offers free consultation services to determine what needs to be included.

 

Additionally, OSHA advises amateur workers to enroll in OSHA 10 Hour courses and workers who are managers or supervisors to enroll in OSHA 30 Hour courses. This is because OSHA mandates that all workers primarily receive training under Safety Standards pertinent to various job operations, and most employers prefer workers with at least a general understanding of worksite safety.

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

Although OSHA's main objective is to reduce fatalities and accidents by raising everyone's level of knowledge of safety, there are other advantages as well, such as:
 

  • Industrial facilities are shielded from OSHA's severe fines and penalties.
  • Product losses and equipment damage are significantly reduced.
  • Reduction in workers' compensation medical costs and lost workdays.
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