Process Safety Management: Contractors



Process Safety Management: Contractors (US)

Process Safety Management: Contractors (US) The Process Safety Management (PSM) regulation requires host employers and contractors to work together to manage process safety. This course defines different types of contractors and reviews special safety requirements for employers at multi-employer work sites. Topics in this course include: Types of Employers, Host Employers, Contract Employers, Responsible Parties, and Working Together. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify the different types of employers on a multi-employer work site, recognize the responsibilities of host and contract employers, identify which party is responsible for safety, and identify how employers work together to protect their workers.


What You Get

Official DOL OSHA card – shipped within 2 weeks

Who Should Take the Training?

Entry level workers

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Dynamic course design with engaging games and quizzes


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Courses available 24/7 on any device

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)

Who should attend a Process Safety Management course?

Anyone who works in or manages a facility that handles highly hazardous chemicals and processes should attend a PSM course. This includes plant managers, supervisors, engineers, operators, and maintenance personnel.

What topics are typically covered in a Process Safety Management course?

A PSM course typically covers topics such as hazard identification and risk assessment, process safety information, operating procedures, process hazard analysis, mechanical integrity, management of change, emergency planning and response, and employee training.

Are there any prerequisites for attending a Process Safety Management course?

There are typically no formal prerequisites for attending a PSM course, but it is recommended that participants have some basic knowledge of chemical processes and hazards.

Are there any certifications or qualifications associated with completing a Process Safety Management course?

There are no specific certifications or qualifications associated with completing a PSM course. However, some companies may require their employees to complete a PSM course as part of their job training or as a requirement for certain roles.

Can a Process Safety Management course be taken online?

Yes, there are online PSM courses available. However, it is recommended to attend an in-person course as it allows for more interactive learning and hands-on activities.