Video classes to help employers with safety requirements
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Employers who want to make sure their businesses are complying with Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements will be able to take courses being offered by West Virginia University Extension.
An introductory course for small business and a recordkeeeping course will be offered virtually next month. Advance registration is required. The introductory course costs $225 and will be Feb. 28, and the recordkeeping course costs $150 and will be Feb. 7.
“Most employers with 20 or more employees are required to submit OSHA Form 300A by March 2, so we are pleased to offer these courses ahead of that deadline,” said Amanda Mason, WVU Extension Safety and Health Extension specialist and course instructor.
To register, visit WVU Extension Safety and Health Extension’s website under OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Training Institute Education Center. Email OSHAOutreach@mail.wvu.edu for information about eligibility, payment and registration.