OSHA Training & Certification
OSHA 10- and OSHA 30-Hour Training programs are often promoted as voluntary, but in reality, are fundamental programs often required by state regulation, industries, or hiring clients. Given the broad safety awareness education, they are a great safety foundation for employees.
Our OSHA-authorized trainers can deliver these courses at your convenience. It’s important to note that only OSHA-authorized trainers can teach the 10 and 30-hour safety programs and issue the official course completion cards.
OSHA certified safety training is a great investment for your business. It is almost guaranteed to improve workplace safety by reducing injuries and incidents and can help the business avoid costly fines, legal issues, and downtime.
Benefits of OSHA Safety Training
|Meet state, industry, or hiring client requirements
|Improve workplace safety awareness
|Reduce workplace injuries
|Get OSHA certified with authorized trainers
How it Works
Over the course of 10 hours (2 days), or 30 hours (1 week) students learn the basic safety and health hazards for the industry. There are different versions for construction, maritime, disaster site, and general industry workers. Upon completion, students receive a wallet card proving completion of the course and knowledge of critical workplace safety topics.
The OSHA 10-hour training program covers general safety and health hazards for entry-level workers and can include topics like the following for the construction industry:The OSHA 10-hour program covers general safety and health hazards for entry-level workers and can include topics like the following for the construction industry:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Struck and Caught Hazards
- Electrical Safety
- Fall Protection
- Ladder Safety
- Excavation Safety
- Scaffold Safety
- Materials Handling
- Crane Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Confined Space Entry
The OSHA 30-hour program goes into more depth and has greater variety of safety subjects. This training is intended for supervisors and employees with safety and health responsibilities. A sampling of these topics for the construction industry include those in the 10-hour program, plus:
- Managing Health and Safety
- Hearing Conservation
- Respiratory Protection
- Lead and Crystalline Silica
- GHS Hazard Communication
- Hand and Power Tools
- Heavy Equipment
- Forklift Safety
- Fire Safety
- Welding and Cutting
- Concrete and Masonry
- Steel Erection
Who Should Receive OSHA 10-Hour Training?
In the broadest terms, this program is intended for entry-level laborers who work in the construction or general industry sectors. This includes workers who perform any type of new construction, renovations, or repairs to existing structures. It excludes anyone who works within the agriculture or maritime industries, however.