Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) < University of Montana
OSH 110 - OSHA 10 Hour Safety Training. 1 Credit.
Offered every semester. Offered at Missoula College. Course will cover the required elements of the OSHA10 General Construction Safety training as well as an introduction of Industry specific Workplace Safety expectations. Course graded only on CR/NCR basis, requiring full 15 hour attendance and successful completion of all OSHA exams at 70% or better.
OSH 130 - OSHA 130 Industrial Trades Safety Training. 3 Credits.
Offered Missoula College West Campus in a face to face format with both classroom and applied training. Students will complete the requirements for an approved OSHA 30 Hour Safety Training Card, and complete training and certification in basic first aid, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), proper use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED’s), and complete pretesting for OSHA requirements on both counterbalanced and rough terrain forklift vehicles. basic hand and power tool safety, crane safety and hand signals, aerial lifts and learn strategies for participating in a culture of safety within the working environment. Additional topics include This course provides an overview of safe industrial practices, provides students with both classroom and hands-on experience in workplace safety for a variety of industries, and provides multiple Industry Recognized Credentials. construct a scaffold systems, material handling, load security, fall arrest equipment, confined spaces, and understanding of material safety data sheets. The course also covers essential skills for workplace readiness including, employer expectations, communication skills, problem solving, time management, labor market information, career explorations within the various construction and industrial industries, resumes, job searches, and interview skills.