Course Name
Supervisor`s Role in Preventing Accidents

Contact Hours: 3

Course Description

A supervisor has to be Superman today with ISO standards, production goals, launch targets, human resources, and more. And that’s just before lunch. In our OSHA safety-training program, the Supervisor’s Role in Preventing Accidents, we ease supervisors into the critical part that they play in preventing accidents in the workplace. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Supervisors will learn to identify and eliminate sources of hazards in the workplace. They’ll learn to train, coach, and be open to employee input. They’ll learn to investigate and prevent accidents. They’ll learn to consistently enforce safety rules, discipline employees, and set an example of safe work practices. With our safety-training program, supervisors will learn how to prevent accidents in the workplace.

This course can be taken in a self-directed pace. You can achieve a completed program of study in as little time as 30 minutes. You will have 1 year access to this course.


  • You will be able to apply this knowledge in the workplace
  • You will have an appreciable understanding of the subject matter
  • You will be trained in a systematic manner designed to get you up to speed on the subject matter in a short period of time


Testing as part of the course through exam simulation engines

The Supervisor's Role In Preventing Accidents

  1. Introduction
  2. Identify Potential Sources Of Injury Or Illness
  3. Eliminate Or Reduce Potential Sources
  4. Get Input From Employees
  5. Investigate Accidents
  6. Train Employees In Safe Work Practices
  7. Coach, Educate, And Encourage Employees
  8. Consistently Enforce Safety Rules
  9. Wearing Of Personal Protective Equipment
  10. Take Disciplinary Action When Necessary
  11. Always Set A Good Example
  12. Conclusion - Your Role Is Important