OSHA Required Safety Training

There are over 100 OSHA standards that explicitly require workplace safety training. Worksite-specific training is important for compliance with OSHA and to help maintain a safe working environment. An effective occupational safety and health training program can result in fewer injuries and illnesses, better morale and lower workers’ compensation insurance premiums, among other benefits. A custom-tailored OSHA safety training program can be created based on your company’s needs. One of CTI’s qualified OSHA safety trainers will work with you to determine the best method for conducting safety training, whether that be traveling to your facility to conduct the training in-person, using video conferencing platforms to conduct a live training session online, or by “training-the-trainer” where we will teach one of your employees how to train your employees.

Some examples of safety training topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Confined Space
  • Distracted Driver
  • Drug Free Workplace
  • Emergency Response
  • Forklift and other Vehicle Safety (Includes Employee Evaluation)
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Protection
  • Forklift and other Vehicle Safety (Includes Employee Evaluation)
  • Hazard Communication
  • Identifying Hazards in the Workplace
  • Lab Safety
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Machine Guarding
  • ISO 45001 Awareness
  • PPE
  • Train-the-Trainer on any of the above-mentioned topics
  • And many more (including company-specific policies)

  • Click below to explore a number of the safety and health consulting service that CTI can tailor to your personal industry and business dynamic.


    Confined Space Entry Procedures
    Industrial Hygiene/Indoor Air Quality
    Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
    Lab Safety
    Lockout/Tagout and Energy Control Procedures
    Machine Guarding Risk Assessment And Evaluation
    Noise Exposure Monitoring
    OSHA Compliance Audits & Mock OSHA Inspections
    OSHA Required Safety Training
    Robot Risk Assessment & Safety
    Safety Policies, Procedures, and Programs