Santa Fe Community College to Offer OSHA Biofuels Training June 1-2, 2012 Santa Fe, NM
Santa Fe Community College will be offering an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) two-day course providing basic information regarding hazards, regulations, health and safety training for workers and entrepreneurs entering the biofuels industry. Completion of the course, taught by an OSHA-authorized instructor, will provide attendees with an OSHA 10 hour Certification in General Industry Standards. Upon completion, attendees will also be able to identify and prepare Job Hazard Analyses for a wide range of workplace hazards.
The objectives of this training are:
- Provide required training necessary to issue OSHA General Industry Standards — 10 hour Certification to workers entering the biofuels industry.
- Provide information to potential employees regarding common hazards identified with startup and operations found in the biofuels industry.
- Develop skills in hazard identification and preparation of job hazard analyses to identify engineering controls, work practices and personal protective equipment necessary to eliminate or control potential hazards.
- Introduce potential employees/employers in the developing Biofuels industry to regulations applicable and resources available for safety and health hazards. READ MORE