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OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training Course

Osha 10 Hour Construction

For general Construction industry training that complies with CFR  1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions), Risk Management Solutions recommends the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course. Designed for construction workers, on-site foremen, and supervisory staff positions, this course highlights recommended Federal, State, and Local compliance standards and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training Online Course

OSHA 30 Hour Construction

30 hours online learning about construction safety might seem like quite the commitment for training in the construction industry, but it’s nothing in comparison to the lives saved and injuries avoided by proper OSHA compliance. The essential OSHA 30 Hour Training Course from Risk Management Solutions is what you will need if you’re at a supervisor level on many job sites and in at least 7 states. In order to get your valid OSHA wallet card (accepted in all 50 states) signifying that you are a bona fide professional, you must first complete this course.

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Online Training Course

OSHA 10 Hour Gen Industry

10 Hours and less than $100 is a small investment compared to the time and money saved by knowing the essentials of OSHA compliance covered in the 10 hour General Industry course. This online course covers the basics of OSHA regulations (1926 Subpart C) across a general variety of workplaces – addressing situations an employee might encounter in any industry. This course covers basic health and safety hazards and the OSHA protocols that address them. Many factory or manufacturing, health care, distribution and other  jobs will require the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Course, as do the regulations of some states.

OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Online Training Course

 

 

OSHA 30 Hour Gen Industry

10 Hours and less than $100 is a small investment compared to the time and money saved by knowing the essentials of OSHA compliance covered in the 10 hour General Industry course. This online course covers the basics of OSHA regulations (1926 Subpart C) across a general variety of workplaces – addressing situations an employee might encounter in any industry. This course covers basic health and safety hazards and the OSHA protocols that address them. Many factory or manufacturing, health care, distribution and other  jobs will require the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Course, as do the regulations of some states.