Occupational health and safety training is a priority for you and your construction business. Avoiding costly lawsuits from injuries and keeping your crew safe are foundational to any successful construction business. OSHA Outreach safety training courses offer to do just that, keeping you and your staff up-to-speed on the latest safety protocols and procedures to keep your team safe from harm.
OSHA Outreach offers a large selection of online safety training courses for construction workers, contractors, miners, operating engineers and other construction equipment operators. All construction safety training courses come with a printable certificate upon successful completion.
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OSHA Outreach Support
Customer Support: 1-877-251-4387
Current Trainer: Matt Luman – Email
Note:The Outreach courses on OSHA Institute of America are provided by 360training, an OSHA accepted provider. Upon completion of the OSHA outreach training courses, students will receive a temporary printable certificate and in 4-6 weeks will receive an official DOL card in the mail.
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OSHA Training Requirements
- Courses within this section deal with construction safety training only. There is a separate section for General Industry training courses.
- The courses within this catalog are based on OSHA Federal Standards. If you're in the state of California, please visit the CAL/OSHA course catalog. For all other state OSH Programs, visit the State Occupational Safety and Health Plans section of OSHA's website.
- OSHA Training may be advisable for employees to educate themselves on the various issues for health and safety reasons and to avoid citations.
- The Department of Transportation (DOT) gives guidance on issues affecting health and safety in relation to transportation. The DOT does not certify training or train`s anyone, unlike OSHA, but only mandates that employees be trained in certain topics in certain industries.