Walking Working Surfaces: What You'll Need to Know for Supervisors & Employees
OSHA’s Walking-Working Surfaces Rule (29 CFR 1910.22) requires employers to identify and evaluate slip, trip and fall hazards; provide appropriate personal protective equipment or fall protection systems; conduct regular inspections and maintenance of walking-working surfaces; and provide training that enables employees to recognize fall hazards and how to minimize them.
J. J. Keller’s two-in-one Walking-Working Surfaces: What You Need to Know for Supervisors & Employees training program will help your supervisors and your employees understand the rule and its day-to-day implications.
After completing this training, supervisors will be able to:
- Determine when hazard assessments are required
- Understand in what instances an inspection is required
- Identify additional fall protection
- Understand when training requirements apply
After completing this training, employees will be able to:
- Identify how the rule impacts them
- Recognize their responsibilities in regard to hazard assessments, inspections, fall protection, and training
- (1) 15-Minute Program for Supervisors
- (1) 15-Minute Program for Employees
- (1) Trainer Guide
- (1) Employee Handbook
- (1) Employee Handbook (Spanish)
- (1) Awareness Poster
- (1) Awareness Poster (Spanish)
- English & Spanish available all in one program
- Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired
Order a handbook for every employee! Includes a summary of key points, an employee receipt page and a quiz. Available in English and Spanish.
|Name||Walking Working Surfaces: What You'll Need to Know for Supervisors & Employees|
|Page Count||15 Minute Program for Supervisors, 15 Minute Program for Employees|
|Book Publisher||J.J. Keller|