What Will I Learn?

  • Recognition, avoidance, and abatement of safety and health hazards in the workplace
  • OSHA’s “focus four” hazards
  • Rights of workers and responsibilities of employers
  • General requirements for safety standards


To maintain a healthy and safe work environment, OSHA requires employees in various industries to participate in workplace safety training. See the benefits of instructor lead training in our 10-hour OSHA safety course that will address specific regulations as they apply to the General Industry and help you meet your workplace training requirements in an interactive setting with peers and your professor.

Who Should Attend?

  • Entry level general industry workers. Industries include but are not limited to: healthcare, manufacturing, warehousing, distribution, and retail.
  • Safety committee members and coordinators
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Human resource generalists
  • Plant managers

Instructor Bio

Janna Hamlett

Janna Hamlett has spent her life working in agriculture. She has a BS degree from the University of Idaho in Dairy Science with a minor in English and a Master’s degree from Washington State University in Food Science and Management. She currently works at College of Southern Idaho as the program manager for the Food Processing Technology program. Prior to coming to the College of Southern Idaho, Janna worked in various management positions including, Training Manager, QA Manager and Production Manager at large scale cheese and whey processing facilities in the Magic Valley. She has numerous industry certifications including approved OSHA 10 and 30-hour instructor, PCQI (Preventative Controls Qualified Individual) Instructor, SQF Practitioner and SQF Approved Teaching Center, and an approved HACCP curriculum from International HACCP Alliance.