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OSHA 30 – Construction Training for Workers
The 30-hour Construction OSHA course informs both new and experienced workers of the potential hazards in their field. The multiple day course will consist of health and safety topics. Construction workers will receive additional training on specifics of the hazards of their job.
OSHA 30 Classes Are For:
All workers wanting more in depth knowledge and exposure to safer construction practices. We also encourage Construction Executives, Sr. Managers, Project Managers, Engineers, Superintendents, Forepersons, Lead Supervisors and Safety Professionals to take the course, but again anyone can take the course.
Length of Class:
The class is 30 Classroom Instruction Hours. We will cover OSHA Construction standards and best practices such as:
- Introduction to OSHA/OSHA Act
- Occupational Health Hazards
- Fire Prevention & Protection
- Material Handling/Rigging
- Hand & Power Tools
- Welding and Cutting
- Fall Protection
- Motorized Equipment
- Trenching & Excavation
- Concrete & Masonry
- Steel Erection
- Stairways & Ladders
- Hazard Communication/Right to Know 1910.146 Confined Space Entry
- Zero Injury Techniques
- Most Frequently Violated Standards
- Aerial/Scissor Lifts
- and more*
- Best Practices
This class can be customized to meet the specific needs and standards applicable to your company.
Upon successful completion of the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Course, participants will receive an OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training course completion card.
*Additional topics may be added or changed by OSHA
OSHA 30-hour training is intended to train workers and supervisors on hazard recognition and national worker safety standards. Our trainers will cover OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to your industry. This training is available for construction and general industry. All workers, supervisors and those desiring a more complete safety and health training will learn a several topics. All workers can receive additional training on hazards specific to their job.