I am doing this course for my current employer. Started today and should finish tomorrow. Pretty good overall but I saw some things that were not pretty. Had a 20 minute powerpoint with pictures and illustrations of violent and sometimes fatal accidents. I now know what it looks like when you have (put horrible death here) happen to you!!!
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Just wait if you ever have an OSHA 30 class. BORING. Even though those images are graphic, they really grab someones attention. I think it makes for a better learning experience. After sitting through many different training classes, those presentations are the only thing I remember.