Washington State OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training Site is Now Open for Business

Orlando , Florida (PressExposure) July 21, 2011 -- We had the realization that Washington state Huskies plus Cougars have been impatiently waiting for the launch of one of the most exhilarating and at the same time user-friendly Washington State OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training Sites, ever. Finally their long wait is over and every worker and volunteer of our beautiful Washington will have facility to be OSHA trained without any hassle and circumstance of the customary training sites.

Apples and Accidents

In the state of Washington people say picking apples and pears is not a very hazardous job, the same cannot be said for many of the other industries that are prolific in the State of Washington such as construction and heavy equipment manufacturing. Much of Washington land is on the edge of Pacific Ocean that brings seafood industry that is awash with workplace hazards that includes severe injuries. The State of Washington, every year records the casualties out of which injuries by the use of-fishing gear and sharpened instruments are very high. An effective way to limit the numbers and the impact of the casualties in the workplace for the seafaring industry in the State of Washington is through OSHA compliant health and safety-training course.

List of WA Washington OSHA 10 Hour Training Courses

Online OSHA 10-Hour Construction Courses

More OSHA 10 Hour Resources

Please look and register for all of the updates that are constantly added on these sites:

Blog Listing for Online OSHA Training Resources and Training Information

• Online OSHA Safety Training Blogger Site http://onlineoshasafety.blogspot.com/

• New! Twitter Location!


About the Author

Kim Anderson is the Co-Founder of 180training.com and many other sites and firms with the goal of safety training. He is been in the safety-business for well over 10 years and understands both the importance of safety training as well as the Federal Requirements mandated by the Department of Labor and OSHA.

Press Release Submitted On: July 21, 2011 at 6:43 am
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