1 Training requiremenTs in osha sTandards and Training Guidelines Below is a helpful spreadsheet for determining osha safety Training requiremenTs . For specifics on what is required or if your activity is not listed below, refer to the osha guideline at 29 CFR 1910. 29 CFR 1926. Type of Activity/ Training General Who Receives Frequency Construction Industry Accident Prevention Signs 145 200 All Initial / Periodic and Tags Asbestos Abatement Training 1001 1101 Employees exposed to asbestos Initial / Annual ( osha Class I and II). Asbestos Awareness Training Employees potentially exposed to 1001 1101 Initial / Annual ( osha Class IV) asbestos Asbestos Operations and Maintenance Training ( osha 1001 1101 Employees exposed to asbestos Initial / Annual Class III). Employees with occupational exposure, Bloodborne Pathogens 1030 Initial / Annual first aid responders, police Employees using chainsaws as part of Chainsaw Safety 266 Initial their job Compressed Gas Safety 101 Employees using compressed gases Initial Control of Hazardous Energy Employees that may service or maintain 147 407, 432 Initial / Periodic (Lockout / Tagout) equipment Employees using/operating applicable Initial / Regularly Crane, Derrick and Hoist Safety Subpart N 550.
2 Equipment thereafter Diving Safety 410 Employees involved in underwater diving Initial / Periodic Employees working with electrical Electrical Safety-Related Work 332 Subpart K Initial / Periodic equipment Initial / Periodic Change Emergency Action Plan 38 35 All in Plan Ethylene Oxide (ETO) 1047 1147 Employees exposed to ETO Initial / Annual Employees that use, handle, store or Explosive or Blasting Agents 109 900 Initial / Periodic transport these products Initial / Periodic Fall Protection 66 App C 501-503 All exposed workers New Hazard or Equipment Employees who inspect and/or maintain Fire Extinguishing System(s) 160 150 Initial / Annual these systems Fire Prevention Plan 38 All Initial / Periodic Training requiremenTs in osha sTandards and Training Guidelines Continued 29 CFR 1910. 29 CFR 1926. Type of Activity/ Training General Who Receives Frequency Construction Industry Employees with exposure at or above Formaldehyde 1048(n) Initial / Annual ppm All employees exposed to hazardous Initial / Periodic Hazard Communication 1200 chemicals (excluding labs), infectious New Hazard agents or pesticides All employees working with chemicals Hazardous Waste Management Initial and generating hazardous waste Hazardous Waste Operations Personnel expected to respond to an 120 65 Initial / Annual and Emergency Response uncontrolled release Hearing Protection 95 52 Employees working in high noise areas Initial / Annual Employees and students who use Hydrofluoric Acid Initial hydrofluoric acid Subpart I, Job Hazard Analysis Employees exposed to workplace hazard Initial/New Hazards App B.
3 Initial / refresher every Laboratory Safety 1450 All laboratory employees, new exposures 2 years Initial / Change in Ladder Safety 25, 26, 27 1053 Employees using applicable ladders equipment All employees that use lasers (Class 2 or Laser Safety Initial higher). Initial Assignment /. Lead 1025 Subpart M Employees exposed to lead Annual at or above Action Level Mechanical Power Presses 217 Employees exposed to power presses Initial / Periodic Medical Services and First Aid Every 2 years for First aid providers and any other (recommended for general 151 Subpart D providers; 1 year for employee employees) others Methylene Chloride 1052 Employees with exposure Initial / Annual New Employee Orientation All Initial Ergonomics, Office and Labs Any Initial (recommended). Operations of Powered 66 Employees using powered platforms Initial / Periodic Platforms Permit Required Confined 1. Authorized entrants/attendants, 1. Initial / Periodic 146 26(6). Space 2. Rescue personnel 2. Initial / Annual Initial / Change in work Personal Protective Equipment 132 Subpart E Employees required to use PPE.
4 Place/PPE use All agricultural workers and pesticide Initial / refresher every 5. Pesticide Safety EPA mandated handlers years Employees with extinguishers in their Portable Fire Extinguishers 157 Initial / Annual work area Powered Industrial Trucks 178 602 D All designated operators of forklifts Initial / Every 3 years Training requiremenTs in osha sTandards and Training Guidelines Continued 29 CFR 1910. 29 CFR 1926. Type of Activity/ Training General Who Receives Frequency Construction Industry Employees with processes involving Process Safety Management of a flammable liquid or gas in excess of 119 64 Initial Highly Hazardous Chemicals 10,000 lbs or a chemical at or above the threshold amount (App A). NRC. Radiation Safety Employees using radioactive materials Initial requirement All employees required to wear a Initial / Annually / New Respiratory Protection 134 103. respirator of any type Hazard All employees required to build or Scaffold User Safety 451 Initial work on scaffolds Servicing of Multi-Piece and 177 Maintenance garage employees Initial / Periodic Single-Piece Rim Wheels Storage and Handling of LP All personnel who perform installation, 110 153 Initial / Periodic Gases removal, operation or maintenance Storage of Flammable and Employees who handle, store or 106 152 Initial / Periodic Combustible Liquids dispense these products Employees that are exposed at or Toxic and Hazardous above the limits for air contaminant 1000 Initial / Periodic Substances listed in Table Z-1*; call EHS&RM for monitoring Trenching Subpart P Employees who work in excavations Initial / Periodic osha Draft All employees at risk, , medical, Tuberculosis Standard fire and police personnel, some Initial / Periodic 10/1997 maintenance staff Violence in the Workplace General Duty Any Initial (recommended) Clause All employees who perform welding /.
5 Welding 253 Subpart J Initial / Periodic cutting operations Toxic and Hazardous Substances List can be found online at