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The OSHA Education Center at The University of Texas at Arlington is the top-ranked OSHA Training Institute Education Center in the country. The Center provides OSHA prescribed professional and regulatory instruction through educators with decades of real world experience and leadership that upholds the highest quality standards to ensure students have training and support services required to protect workers, reduce losses, and realize the profitability of a safe and healthful work environment. Additionally, four levels of professional certifications are available in multiple tracks including: Safety and Health, Construction, General Industry, Oil & Gas, and Risk Management.


Safety and Health Authorized Trainer

This course incorporates an overview of instructional strategies, design, and practices for adult learning settings. It explores situational and cultural factors that influence adult learning and reviews the requirements of ANSI Z490.1, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training on how to create, maintain, and evaluate effective EH&S training. Successful completion of the course and written and performance examinations will allow the participant to be recognized as an UTA Authorized Trainer.

ATP 191 Safety and Health Authorized Trainer
Albuquerque, NM
Apr 9-12, 2019

Authorized Safety & Health Trainer Program

Become a UT Arlington Authorized Safety & Health Trainer! In just a few easy steps, you can become authorized through UT Arlington to teach 1-day safety awareness courses for specialized topics including Fall Protection, Excavation, Confined Space, Cranes, and more! Start by taking one subject or use the applicable courses you have already taken.

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March is National Ladder Safety Month

Every year, over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents and thousands suffer disabling injuries. What is National Ladder Safety Month? National Ladder Safety Month is the only movement dedicated exclusively to the promotion of ladder safety, at home, and at work. During March 2019, National Ladder Safety Month will bring heightened awareness to the importance of the safe use of ladders. Mark your calendar for March 13th or 19th to join the American Ladder Institute (ALI) and The University of Texas at Arlington in celebrating National Ladder Safety Month, designed to raise awareness of ladder safety and to decrease the number of ladder-related injuries and fatalities. Join us in person for one of our Ladder Safety Symposiums at the following locations or tune-in to hear the presentation:

Associated General Contractors - Houston Chapter | Wednesday, March 13 | 9:00AM - 12:00PM
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The University of Texas at Arlington | Tuesday, March 19 | 11:30AM - 1:30PM
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Regional Fall Protection Stand-Down

Join us for the Regional Fall Protection Stand-Down in support of OSHA’s 6th annual National Safety Stand-Down, which will take place May 6-10, 2019. The goal of the National Stand-Down is to raise fall hazard awareness and prevent fall fatalities and injuries. Fatalities caused by falls from elevation continue to be a leading cause of death for construction employees. This event is free and open to the pubic

Regional Fall Protection Stand-Down
Date: Monday, May 6th
Time: 7:00 AM start time
Location: 1730 East John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75062
Event Contact: Michael Barefoot,

Learn More about Trenching and Excavation

A new video developed by OSHA Region VI Training Institute Education Centers offers guidance on how to prevent injuries and fatalities from common hazards in trenching and excavation, and how they can be prevented. This one-hour video developed by Region VI OSHA and OSHA Education Centers focuses on the following hazards in the healthcare and social assistance industry sector: cave-in protection, competent person, best practices, resources, and other trenching hazards.

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OSHA Eliminates Key Provision in Recordkeeping Rule

Companies with 250 or more employees will not be required to electronically submit information from OSHA Form 300 (Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses) and OSHA Form 301, under the new final rule recently issued by OSHA. OSHA cited worker privacy as the reason for the change. The final rule does not alter an employer’s duty to maintain OSHA Forms 300 and 301 on-site, and OSHA will continue to obtain these forms as needed through inspections and enforcement actions.

The agency said the rule will allow it to improve enforcement targeting and compliance assistance and “to focus its resources on initiatives that its past experience has shown to be useful—including continued use of information from severe injury reports that helps target areas of concern, and seeking to fully utilize a large volume of data from Form 300A.”

Another change: the agency is amending the recordkeeping regulation to require covered employers to electronically submit their Employer Identification Number with their information from Form 300A. The final rule’s requirement for employers to submit their EIN to OSHA electronically along with their information from OSHA Form 300A will make the data more useful for OSHA and BLS, and could reduce duplicative reporting burdens on employers in the future. OSHA has determined that this final rule will allow OSHA Collection of Calendar Year 2018 information from the OSHA Form 300A began on January 2, 2019. The deadline for electronic submissions is March 2, 2019.

Get the latest details on this change by attending one of our OSHA Standards Courses (OSHA #510, #511, or #5410) or by taking the OSHA #7845 OSHA Recordkeeping Seminar.

Reminder - 90-day Grace Period Eliminated

Effective January 1, 2019, the 90-day grace period for renewing your OSHA Outreach Trainer Cards has been eliminated.

The requisite update course must be completed BEFORE the expiration date indicated on your trainer card. If your authorization lapses, not only must you retake the Trainer Course in order to once again be authorized to conduct the 10- and 30-hour outreach classes, but you will be subject to meeting all the new prerequisites for becoming a trainer, up to and including successfully having completed the applicable Standards course within the past 7 years. If you have any questions or need help registering for a class please call 866-906-9190.

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OSHA Top Ten Violations

OSHA released its list of the top 10 most frequently cited standards following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert employers about these commonly cited standards so they can take steps to find and fix recognized hazards addressed in these and other standards before OSHA shows up.

  1. Fall Protection - General Requirements (1926.501): 7,270 violations
  2. Hazard Communication (1910.1200): 4,552
  3. Scaffolding (1926.451): 3,336
  4. Respiratory Protection (1910.134): 3,118
  5. Lockout/Tagout (1910.147): 2,944
  6. Ladders (1926.1053): 2,812
  7. Powered Industrial Trucks (1910.178): 2,294
  8. Fall Protection - Training Requirements (1926.503): 1,982
  9. Machine Guarding (1910.212): 1,972
  10. Eye and Face Protection (1926.102): 1,536

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