The following Live Webinars have been scheduled for the near future. Simply click on the enroll button for the specific webinar to pre-register.
July 30, 2014 - 2:00 PM (EST)
Get out of the heat and join us for this live training event to learn about the science behind recognizing, measuring and preventing heat-related illnesses in the workplace.
Webinars are a great way to stay informed about Kentucky's Safety and Health Standards. Information is presented by KYOSH staff, you can interact with the presenter during the live event and have your specific questions answered. The number of "seats" for webinars is limited and attendance is available on a first-come first-served basis.
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The webinar will discuss the basics of the general industry confined space standard 1910.146 and is designed for those individuals that would like to gain an elementary understanding of confined spaces in general industry. Duration 1 hour 25 minutes
This webinar focuses on addressing questions concerning the new 2012 Hazcom standard that implements the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). A suggested pre-requisite to this webinar is the Hazcom 2012 – GHS Overview Module. Duration 1 hour 14 minutes
This webinar familiarizes the participant with Kentuckys Lockout Tagout standard by demonstrating the Lockout and Tagout methods relating to hazardous energy sources associated with machinery, equipment, and processes used in industry. Topics addressed include training requirements, documentation, hardware, and group lockout procedures. Duration 1 hour 33 minutes
This webinar covers the major changes in NFPA 70E-2012. Changes seen between the 2009 and 2012 editions including definitions, organization, and major applications in chapter one of NFPA 70E will be looked at. In addition, changes seen in the PPE selection, labeling, and the arc flash analysis will also be covered. The class is approximately one hour in length. Duration 53 minutes.
This webinar is designed for those individuals who are just beginning to conduct injury and illness recordkeeping for their company as well as anyone who needs basic knowledge of the recordkeeping standard. This webinar covers which employers must keep injury illness records. The steps of the injury illness recordkeeping process. The three requirements that make an injury illness recordable. Injuries illnesses that must be reported to KYOSH. Duration 1 hour 8 minutes.
This webinar addresses the approaches to take to avoid slipping, tripping and falling incidents in the workplace. Duration 39 minutes.
This webinar provides information about the different types of PPE, how PPE protects workers, and the specific requirements for PPE devices listed under Subpart I. Duration 1 hour 25 minutes.
This webinar covers training requirements for forklift operators. The viewer will learn which regulations apply to them with regard to forklift training. This webinar will not count towards your company’s official certified operator training. Duration 44 minutes.
This is a discussion of employer responsibilities concerning emergency eyewashes, showers and first aid as required by Kentucky Regulation 803 KAR 2:310, Medical Services and First Aid. Duration 31 minutes.
Join us as we navigate through the steps of investigating a workplace accident using root cause analysis. This webinar is designed for participants with some experience in accident investigation. Duration 44:35 minutes.
Topics covered in this webinar include the epidemiology, symptoms and modes of transmission of bloodborne diseases and how the general requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard applies to your business. We will also discuss ways to respond to an incident concerning bloodborne pathogens. Please note, companies are required to cover incident response and training in a site-specific type format. Duration 52:16 minutes.
This webinar is intended for employees who are seeking information about occupational exposure to noise in general industry. By the end of this course, participants should be able to demonstrate knowledge about the 1910.95 OSHA standard and know the elements of an effective hearing conservation program. Duration 45:30 minutes.