Powered hand tools, which include everything from axes to wrenches, are commonly used for various work purposes across industries. These tools are highly dangerous if they are not handled or maintained properly. As these tools are electrically operated, they are subjected to electrical hazards hence wires and safety switches need be properly insulated to avoid electrical shock. These tools can also cause physical hazard when operated from elevated place.
Our online OSHA Hand and Power Tool Safety Training is intended to educate and train workers to use all tools properly and understand the potential hazards associated with different types of tools and importance of safety precautions.
This online training has been made to satisfy the international safety training requirements prescribed by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Subpart P Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment.
This hand and power tool safety training focuses on OSHA Hand and Power Tool Safety standards for General Industry 29 CFR 1910 Subpart P. Candidates get the clear understanding on how to use hand and power tools at workplaces and all required safety precautions while handling such electrically operated power tools. For doing this course, no previous knowledge is required.
Who Must Take this Course?
Hand and powered tools can cause serious injury due to misuse. Hence it is recommended that employees from “General Industry” who handle hand and portable powered tools must join this safety training course.
However, this training course does not cover power tool operation standards for workers belong to construction, commercial diving, marine terminals, logging operations, shipyard and long shoring.
Students joining our online OSHA Hand and Power Tool Safety (General Industry) training course are entitled to receive expert-made content, audio and graphical explanations and non-scored questions for self analysis before the final exam.
Every successful candidate will get a hard copy of completion certificate along with a wallet card.
Continuing education credits?
Every one of our successful candidates will receive 0.1 CEUs (or 1 CMEs) for completing this online safety course.
- About this course
- Hazards overview
- OSHA overview
- Hand and power tool hazards
- Hand tool hazards
- Power tool hazards
- Tool safety
- Hand tool safety
- Power tool safety
- Power tool cord, line, cable, and hose safety
- Electrical tool safety
- Pneumatic tool safety
- Hydraulic tool safety
- Liquid fueled tool safety
- Powder-actuated tool safety
- Safety for tools that use other power sources
- Rotating equipment safety
- Rotating equipment safety and machine guards
- Machine guards
- Abrasive wheels and tools safety
- Jack safety