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The General Industry Training Program provides training in pertinent health and safety topics and is tailored for employees, management and other supervisory personnel at nonsubscribing businesses. The program has become a widely known standard for OSHA orientation training and implies a certain level of safety training.

Program participants will be introduced to OSHA policies, procedures and standards as well as general industry safety and health principles via presentations, demonstration, videos and a series of tests to ensure the best possible learning experience. Safety and health information will be delivered and the value of safety instilled. Special emphasis given to the most hazardous areas using OSHA standards as a guide.

Participants will receive a comprehensive manual with helpful guidance on the regulatory standards addressed in the program. The manual helps to support injury prevention and compliance efforts and contains valuable resources including:

* Sample checklists to support safety and compliance practices
* Sample plans, policies and procedures
* Required forms, notices and posters

Successful program participants are eligible to receive a wallet card issued by the United States Department of Labor signifying their training in specific core elements of safety and health. OSHA recognizes the completion card as an indication of the importance of safety and health at an organization. TXANS will also present each participant a certificate of completion suitable for framing. This program is approved for 10 hours of agent/adjuster credit.

For additional information please contact TXANS at info@txans.org.

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