Everything you wanted to know about OSHA and Occupational Safety & Health and some! This is a FACE-TO-FACE Course presented in a format that gives you the MOST opportunity to learn from LIVE safety and health experts. Get industry experience and insights from top instructors. Our group is affiliated with the High Companies in Lancaster, PA. 

These OSHA-Authorized programs provide a solid base education in the OSHA regulations for General Industry or Construction for those in the field.

The general industry program is ideal for safety personnel, facilities managers, safety committee members, job-site supervisors and managers in manufacturing, service or even healthcare operations. The construction version of this program is ideal for project managers, supervisors, forepersons and direct workers. It is also ideal for safety managers and coordinators. Philadelphia Labor and Industry is now requiring education at the OSHA 30 hour level for many construction groups. Ask us for more information on these requirements.

This program will cover a wide range of important safety topics in a concentrated 4 to 5 day course.

Introduction to OSHA
OSHA Inspections, Citations, Penalties
Inspection Priorities
OSHA Standards and Interpretations
Site Safety Inspections
OSHA Record-keeping Requirements
Walking Surface and Fall Protection Requirements
Electrical Safety Requirements 
Powered Industrial Trucks 
Heat Stress Management 
Noise Exposure and Control
Ergonomic Issues
Hand & Power Tool Requirements
Machine Guarding Requirements
Fire Safety & Emergency Planning
Confined Space Entry
Industrial Hygiene
Hazard Communication Requirements
Welding, Cutting & Burning
Personal Protective Equipment
Blood Borne Disease Programs (General Industry)
Crane and Rigging (Construction)
Traffic Control (Construction)
Steel Erection (Construction)
Concrete & Masonry (Construction)...
and MUCH more!


OSHA 29 CFR 1910 or 1926 standard ($50+ value)
Handout materials on various covered topics including sample forms
Coffee & Pastry
Free Lunches
Authorized-OSHA course completion card
Engaging discussions

Discounted Hotel Rooms (if you need them) at our sister Hotels (Hampton Inn / Hilton Garden Inn), located in the Greenfield Corporate Center and within good weather walking distance to our training center. CALL for more information on discounted rates.

Participants will get an in-depth understanding of the regulations governing the workplace. It is best if staff have an understanding of the risks and what the regulations require before OSHA visits.  This course will provide the perfect education in occupational safety requirements. Ideal for any company who has an interest in improving their workplace safety and health.

Safety pays! There is a clear connection between prevention efforts, reduced costs and lower accident rates. A single event can cause serious impacts to cost. Training staff on hazard recognition and increasing their awareness of the requirements can reduce organizational risk. The indirect costs of a single accident can be devastating! 

Participants get access to top safety professionals during the course, but also -- AFTER!  Past participants can (and do) contact us for advice on safety and health issues by phone or e-mail. We provide these limited consultations free of charge. It's like buying a second opinion or an expert who on-call ready to answer your questions. (We reserve to limit the extent of this free service).

Lead Instructor,
Steve High, MPH, MS, CIH, CSP, ARM, offers his thoughts..."When I first started in safety 30 years ago, I didn't really know what I was doing.
I had a BS degree in business. I was involved in emergency services and took just one class in safety at Millersville University. I didn't have a clear understanding of the rules or how OSHA worked. After being in the field for three years, my supervisor sent me to an OSHA 30-Hour course. This one week course was one of the most helpful programs I had ever taken. Since that time in 1989, I have continued my journey of education in occupational safety and health and in the subsequent years, I have had the opportunity to train thousands of students including new OSHA instructors on how to teach this program."

In our classes we work to engage our students, while offering a wide breadth of topics, but also providing significant depth. In this way we provide the new safety coordinator or supervisor a good overview, while also going deep enough so that the twenty-year veteran of safety will walk away with a new understanding. There are many groups that offer "OSHA training".  We encourage you to evaluate the instructors for these programs and compare their experience and background to what we offer you!

We look forward to having you join us in our training center for this OSHA ADVENTURE!

For registration call:
1-877-285-1129 or go to our course registration page.