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Training Tool

OSHA's Hazard Identification Training Tool is an interactive, online, game-based training tool for small business owners, workers and others interested in learning the core concepts of hazard identification. After using this tool, users will better understand the process to identify hazards in their own workplace.

This tool is intended to:

(1) Teach small business owners and their workers the process for finding hazards in their workplace,
(2) Raise awareness on the types of information and resources about workplace hazards available on OSHA's website.

Important: This is a learning tool. The items presented in this tool are for training purposes only and the visual representations are conceptual and do not always show specific control for hazards. OSHA inspections and possible citations and penalties for violation of OSHA regulations are NOT part of this tool. Employers and workers must consult the applicable OSHA standards for the specific requirements applicable to their workplaces when developing and implementing their own hazard identification program.

OSHA's Hazard Identification Training Tool

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OSHA's Hazard Identification Training Tool was developed by the Directorate of Standards and Guidance, with assistance from the Directorates of Training and Education and Construction, with input from industry and labor.

For a downloadable or text-based version of the game see: Windows [ZIP* 70MB] Mac [ZIP* 70MB] Text Version

*Accessibility Assistance: This tool uses Unity3d Web Player and requires the use of a free plug in. If further assistance is needed, please contact OSHA's Directorate of Standards and Guidance at (202) 693-1950 for assistance accessing ZIP materials.

Note: Unity Web Player is not compatible with Internet Explorer 11 running in a 64 bit environment on Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. Please use an alternate browser such as Google Chrome when playing this game.

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