OSHA Compliance

For Motorcoach Operators

motorcoach osha compliance

Working in the shop involves many hazards that can injure or even kill an employee.

OSHA requires that all reasonable steps be taken to protect the employees working in the shop and can take action to enforce compliance with their safety requirements. This may involve substantial fines and even stronger actions, such as jail time or closure.

This course includes an easy to follow process guide that allows you to document all motorcoach driver training and actions provided and only takes around six hours each year to be in compliance.

The Process Guide includes action plans and checklists with step-by-step instructions detailing what you must do to be in compliance.

 

Comprehensive course covers:

For Mechanics

  1. Emergency Response Plan
  2. Lockout/Tagout
  3. Hazards Communication
  4. Lifts, Pits, Jacks and Stands
  5. Fire Protection
  6. Rails, Stairs and Ladders
  7. Signage
  8. Slips, Trips and Falls
  9. Diesel Exhaust
  10. Electrical Hazards
  11. Hand Tools
  12. Machine Guarding
  13. Fuel Islands
  14. PPE
  15. Emergency Eyewash
  16. Confined Spaces
  17. First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens
  18. Forklift Safety
  19. Multi-Piece/Single Rim Wheels
  20. Spray Finishing
  21. Welding
  22. Fall Protection
  23. Storage

For Drivers

  1. Lockout/Tagout
  2. Hazards communication
  3. Bloodborne Pathogens
Complete Course: $2,000    ORDER NOW

motorcoach osha course

While this course was created for Transit & Paratransit operations, all the practices apply equally to Motorcoach Operations.