Office Safety (US)



Office Safety (US)

Office Safety (US): Although accidents involving office personnel generally occur less frequently than mishaps to industrial workers, they do still occur and can result in serious injuries and even death. Everyone is responsible for office safety. You must understand what you can do to stay safe on the job, and you need to be aware of how to correct unsafe conditions. This course provides the information you need to work safer in your office environment. Ideal learners are all office workers.


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Official DOL OSHA card – shipped within 2 weeks

Who Should Take the Training?

Entry level workers

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Course Structure

At your own pace, save progress as you go

Standards Covered

OSHA 29 CFR 1926


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the purpose of an office safety course?

The purpose of an office safety course is to educate employees on potential hazards and risks in the workplace and to provide them with the knowledge and skills to prevent accidents and injuries.

Who is responsible for ensuring office safety?

It is the responsibility of both employers and employees to ensure office safety. Employers must provide a safe working environment and employees must follow safety protocols and report any hazards or concerns.

What are some common hazards in an office setting?

Some common hazards in an office setting include tripping hazards such as loose cords or cluttered walkways, poor ergonomics leading to musculoskeletal injuries, and electrical hazards from faulty equipment or overloaded outlets.

How can employees prevent ergonomic injuries?

Employees can prevent ergonomic injuries by using proper posture and positioning while working, taking frequent breaks to stretch and move around, and using ergonomic equipment such as adjustable chairs and keyboards.

What should employees do in case of a fire in the office?

In case of a fire in the office, employees should follow the designated evacuation routes and immediately exit the building. They should not use elevators and should alert others on their way out. Once outside, they should call 911 and wait for further instructions.