How to study OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Online?

Question by : How to study OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Online?
I want to get training of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) from the US Department of labor and get the certificate after completion.
Where is it available online to study?
Are there any materials to download?
Please advice.

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Answer by falsi fiable
You don’t get that information on-line. You start with a 4-year college degree in some related field, then apply to OSHA and work your way up the ladder.

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IOSH Airside Safety Induction DVD (Part 1)

Airports can be hazardous environments, and the safety of airside workers and their colleagues demands constant vigilance. The IOSH Aviation and Aerospace Group has produced this induction DVD with support from aerodromes, airlines and airport ground operators, to give airside workers an overview of the hazards, risks and safety requirements of airside work. Because safety is no accident. The DVD is supported by the Civil Aviation Authority, Health and Safety Executive, BALPA, Connaught, Menzies and Gunzburger Steigtechnik. If you have any questions or feedback about this DVD, please call the IOSH Networks and International Directorate on +44 (0)116 257 3243 or email networks@iosh.co.uk.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Process Safety Management – CalARP (1 of 2)

There are many similarities between the CalOSHA Process Safety Management (PSM) Program and CalARP Programs. But with the similarities also comes the differences. This class will outline the programs to compare and contrast the two. This is Part I of II. Clyde Trombettas is the District Manager for Cal/OSHAs Process Safety Management Statewide Unit. Clyde has worked for Cal/OSHA for over 10 years and has developed a strong understanding of the California occupational safety and health program and State and Federal organizational responsibilities for occupational safety and health. Clyde has worked with many industries and businesses providing information through seminars and training sessions about the California occupational safety and health program and the differences between State and Federal responsibilities. Clyde has provided occupational safety and health guidance to State agencies such as: the Office of Emergency Services, Department of Health Services, Division of Oil and Gas, and many county agencies throughout California and Federal agencies such as: Federal/OSHA and the Chemical Safety Board.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

How to get Training and work as a Safety Professional in Calgary, Canada?

Question by helenus: How to get Training and work as a Safety Professional in Calgary, Canada?
What are the prospects for Health,Safety& Environment (HSE)Jobs in Calgary, Canada. How can one have training/certification in this proffession and what is the cost and period of the training. Any response will be appreciated.
Also information on Environmentalists?….What’s the remuneration like for Safety and Environmentalists in Calgary

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Answer by Christian C
check manpower.com in the alberta section.

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Mary Bauer – Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Breakfast with Bakke Norman

www.bakkenorman.com November 8, 2011 Mary Bauer, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) – Compliance Assistant Specialist Mary’s discussion topic will be the construction industry regulatory environment. Mary Bauer is the Compliance Assistant Specialist — CAS — in Eau Claire Area OSHA Office. She has a bachelor’s degree from UW-Eau Claire and holds certifications for CSP (Certified Safety Professional) and CIH ( Certified Industrial Hygienist). Ms. Bauer was a Compliance Officer in the Eau Claire area for 20 years and holds six years as CAS. Compliance Assistance Specialists can provide general information about OSHA standards and compliance assistance resources. They respond to requests for help from a variety of groups, including small business, trade associations, union locals, and community and faith based groups. There is one Compliance Assistance Specialist in each OSHA Area Office in states under federal jurisdiction. They are available for seminars, workshops, and speaking events. They promote cooperative programs, such as Consultation Programs, the Voluntary Protection Programs, the Strategic Partnership Program, and the Alliance Program. They also promote OSHA’s training resources and the tools available on the OSHA website. http
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Gas Cylinder Safety – Workplace Safety Video – Safetycare Working with Gases

Gas cylinders supply a wide variety of gases for a multitude of different industrial, medical and domestic purposes. Most people instinctively appreciate that there are hazards associated with gas bottles and cylinders. Included in this program: • Types of gases • The hazards associated with gases • Things to do before using a gas cylinder • General do’s and don’ts • Safe storage • Safe handling • Leak testing • Emergency procedures Material Safety Data Sheets, safe work procedures and advice from the manufacturer and your supervisor should ensure the safety of all concerned with compressed gas cylinders.
Video Rating: 5 / 5