OSHA Maritime Training

OSHA Shipyard Employment Standard

20 Modules

Course Modules - (20)

  • 1) Introduction To OSHA
  • 2) Introduction to OSHA
  • 3) The OSHA Inspection Process
  • 4) Introduction to OSHA Power Point Presentation
  • 5) 1 hour presentation – Outreach Trainer Guide Intro to OSHA
  • 6) How to Read The OSHA Standard
  • 7) Workers’ Rights PSHA
  • 8) Student Handout Packet
  • 1) Managing Safety and Health The Basics
  • 2) How the Components Interact
  • 3) Identifying the Marks of Excellence
  • 4) Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs
  • 5) Guide to Developing Your Workplace Injury & Illness Prevention Program
  • 6) EQUIPMENT DAILY CHECKLIST AND SAFETY INSPECTION FORM
  • 7) Worksite Hazard Analysis
  • 8) Hazard Prevention and Control
  • 9) Incident/Accident Analysis
  • 10) Incident Investigation Pre-Test
  • 11) Forms for Recording Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses
  • 12) ACCIDENT VS INCIDENT | The difference explained.
  • 1) Access to Vessels
  • 2) Access to Cargo Spaces and Confined Spaces
  • 3) Access and Guarding of Drydocks and Marine Railways
  • 4) Working Surfaces
  • 5) Guarding of Deck Openings and Edges
  • 1) Introduction
  • 2) Fire Safety Plan
  • 3) Precautions for Hot Work
  • 4) Fire Watches
  • 5) Fire Response
  • 6) Fixed Fire Extinguishing System Hazards on Board Vessel
  • 7) Land-Side Fire Protection Systems
  • 8) Training
  • 1) Walking-Working Surfaces OSHA Standard
  • 2) Walking and Working Surfaces
  • 3) Work Place Falls and Injuries
  • 4) Falling Object Protection
  • 5) Slips, Trips & Falls
  • 6) Slips Trips and Fall Hazards
  • 7) Fall Protection
  • 1) Electrocution/Work Safely with Ladders Near Power Lines
  • 2) Prevent Electrocutions: Work Safely with Cranes near Power Lines
  • 3) Electrical Safety Awareness for Non-Electrical Workers | Schneider Electric
  • 4) Electrical Hazards
  • 5) How To Prevent Electrocution
  • 1) Personal Protective Equipment OSHA
  • 2) Donning a Fall Protection Harness
  • 3) Inspection Procedures Harness
  • 4) Selection, Fit Test of Harness
  • 5) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • 6) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Training Course.
  • 7) Testing common types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • 1) Hazard Assessment
  • 2) PPE Selection
  • 3) PPE Selection > Head Protection
  • 4) PPE Selection > Eye and Face Protection
  • 5) PPE Selection > Foot Protection
  • 6) PPE Selection > Hearing Protection
  • 7) PPE Selection > Respiratory Protection
  • 8) PPE Selection > Hand and Body Protection
  • 9) PPE Selection > Lifesaving Equipment and Personal Flotation Devices
  • 10) PPE Selection > Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • 11) Employee Training
  • 12) Cleaning, Maintenance and Replacement
  • 1) Material Handling, Storage, and Disposal
  • 2) Materials Handling, Storage OSHA
  • 3) Lifting - Using the Power Zone
  • 4) Proper Lifting
  • 5) How to use A Manual Pallet Jack - Safety And Operation Of Pallet Truck
  • 1) Hazard Communication Training
  • 2) The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals
  • 3) HAZARD COMMUNICATION
  • 4) What is the NFPA 704 Fire Diamond?
  • 5) HMIS Hazard Rating System
  • 6) DOT Chart 16- Understanding HazMat Placards and Labels
  • 1) HAZARDS OF FLAMMABLE GASES, LIQUIDS & AEROSOLS & RISK MINIMIZATION
  • 2) Flashpoint, Flame point and Autoignition
  • 3) Explosive limits (LEL and UEL)
  • 4) Combustible Dusts
  • 5) Flammable-Combustable Liquids
  • 1) Confined Space Intro
  • 2) Introduction to Confined Space
  • 3) Introduction to Permit Required Space
  • 4) Fatality in Confines Space
  • 5) Host Employer and Competent Person
  • 6) Confined Space Roles
  • 1) Confined Space Hazards: Construction Ventilation in Confined Spaces
  • 2) Confined Spaces Deadly Spaces:
  • 3) Confined Space Hazards: Atmospheric Testing
  • 4) Flashpoint, Flame Point and Autoignition
  • 5) Hazards Gases
  • 6) Confined Space Hazards Toxic Atmospheres
  • 1) Entry Permit
  • 2) Sample Confined Space Entry Permits
  • 3) CONFINED SPACE ENTRY PERMIT
  • 4) FATAL Facts
  • 5) Permit-Required Confined Space
  • 1) Machine Guarding Baby Steps
  • 2) Safeguarding Equipment and Protecting Employees from Amputations
  • 3) Unguarded Machinery/ Self-inspection checklist - - Machine guarding
  • 4) Machine Guarding Baby Steps
  • 5) Machine Guarding Training
  • 6) 5 Big Mistakes in Machine Guarding
  • 1) Health and Safety Program
  • 2) 10 Steps to Creating an Effective Safety Program in Your Workplace
  • 3) Common Components of Site-Specific Safety Plan
  • 4) Roles, responsibilities, and lines of authority as they relate to safety management
  • 5) A Step-by-Step Guide: Incident Investigations
  • 6) Systems of Safety and Introduction to Logic Tree Diagraming
  • 7) Audit Checklist
  • 8) The Importance of Root Cause Analysis During Incident Investigation
  • 9) Basic Risk Management Concepts
  • 10) Health and Safety Standards and Best Practices Quiz
  • 1) Welding, Cutting and Brazing Safety
  • 2) Grinder Safety | How to Properly Use an Angle Grinder
  • 3) Cutting, Welding, and Other Hot Work
  • 4) Small Entity Compliance Guide for the Hexavalent Chromium Standards OSHA
  • 5) Welding, Burning, & Cutting
  • 6) Welding and Cutting Safety
  • 7) Welding Safety Tips and Precautions You Need to Know
  • 8) Oxy-Fuel Equipment Operation and Safety
  • 9) Welding Safety: Electric Shock
  • 10) Blankets
  • 11) Oxygen and Acetylene Safety Precautions
  • 12) Fire Watch
  • 1) Ergonomics Basics
  • 2) Fit for Duty Program
  • 3) Fitness or Duty
  • 4) Stressors at Work
  • 5) Controlling Ergonomic Hazards
  • 6) Material Handling
  • 7) A Safety Manager’s Guide to EARLY INTERVENTION
  • 8) Identifying and Addressing Ergonomic Hazards Workbook
  • 9) Ergonomics Programs
  • 10) Material Handling Quiz
  • 1) Lock Out Tag Out
  • 2) OSHA 1910.147 - Control of Hazardous Energy
  • 3) Lockout/Tagout for Employees
  • 4) LOCKOUT / TAGOUT (LOTO)

The 4-hour Maritime Industry OSHA Training Program is intended to provide a variety of training to workers with safety responsibility. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. The course will be tailored to the specific type of work involved at shipyards, marine terminals, or longshoring.

This Course Includes

  • Modules : 20
  • Certificate : No
  • Language : English
  • Skill Level : Beginner
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