OSHA Compliance

OSHA attempts to improve Trainer Reliability by revising its Outreach Training Programs

OSHA attempts to improve Trainer Reliability by revising its Outreach Training Programs
OSHA has recently revised its voluntary Outreach Training programs to include trainer verification and other such changes to improve the overall quality of the trainings and to ensure the integrity of its instructors.

These new requirement now include a code of conduct for trainers and a statement of compliance where each trainer should swear that the training conducted by him or her will be in compliance with the program procedures and requirements. Other changes involve limiting the classroom size to about 40 students and limiting the use of translators and videos as well.

These program requirements will now apply to all the Outreach Training programs, with separate guidelines and procedures for each program. These changes will tighten the program controls and will ensure that the best training is provided to the participants.

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