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.

Walk Away With

  • Authorized OSHA 10 General Industry certification card
  • Training workbook, with extensive notes, to use during the course and on the job site
  • Certification of completion provided by CSI Workforce Development & Training

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

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Instructor Bio

Ben Hamlett
Ben Hamlett started working with electronics when he was in Junior High, working at a local small company, repairing multi-meters, and making electronic trainers. Ben got both his Bachelors and Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho and is a Professional Engineer in Idaho. Some of Ben’s certifications include: Certified Solidworks Associate, National Institute of Metalworking Skills, CTE Advanced Occupational Specialist certification, FANUC certified instructor, Authorized OSHA 10 and 30 hour General Industry. Ben is currently a Professor and Program Manager of the Automation Engineering Technology program at the College of Southern Idaho, teaching automation, controls, and electronics. Ben teaches students of all ages about, robotics, PLCs, HMIs, CAD, instrumentation (level sensors, flow meters, light curtains, conductivity meters, etc.), different programming languages, industrial safety topics, etc. In his free time, Ben enjoys riding his Harley and playing with electronics. For all those HAMs out there his call sign is N7BEN.