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The OSHA 10-Hour Construction eLearning course is specially designed to help keep workers safe while obtaining their OSHA 10-Hour Card. This distance learning training teaches recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in the construction industry.
This program also provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint. OSHA 10-Hour Construction course is also designed to help individuals stay up-to-date with OSHA safety requirements. This is an entry-level course that provides the same certification as the classroom-delivered course. The course is appropriate for construction workers such as welders, carpenters, laborers, and more.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) voluntary Outreach Training Program offers important training for construction workers, supervisors, and other personnel who should be aware of general workplace safety. Our hassle-free, online OSHA 10-Hour Construction course covers workplace hazards, employee rights, improving safety culture, and other key topics to prepare participants for the job site. Upon completion, all course participants will also earn their Department of Labor (DOL)/OSHA 10-Hour Card, allowing them to seek or maintain employment in construction.
Notice: If you are in the state of NY and are looking to meet the requirements for your SST certification, you will need to register for the OSHA 10 Voice Authentication version to complete your training.
This online OSHA 10-Hour Construction course addresses how to recognize, avoid, abate, and prevent safety and health hazards in the workplace.
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Our OSHA 10-Hour Construction course was designed for construction workers and other employees who need their OSHA 10-Hour Card to seek or maintain employment. Those who should take this course include:
This course is not intended for workers in general industry or road construction. Construction personnel subject to New York City Department of Buildings regulations should not take this course. Due to more strident California state-level safety regulations, California-based construction professionals should not take this course. course.