OSHA.com offers a wide variety of online safety training courses! Browse our course catalog below to find the course that fits your needs.
Take your OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour Outreach Training Course for construction or general industry and obtain your wallet card. Enroll online, complete the course at your pace and receive your wallet card by mail from the #1 name in online Outreach Training. Free 24×7 live help is always available. OSHA.com is your #1 name for online 10-hour and 30-hour Outreach Training.
OSHA has developed the HAZWOPER program to protect workers at hazardous sites. These extensive regulations ensure their safety and health when followed correctly. All of our courses comply with OSHA regulations, and are accepted by OSHA as documentation of proper training. Receive your certification with our 24- or 40-hour course, or renew your HAZWOPER certification with our 8-hour refresher.
OSHA.com understands the need for outstanding environmental safety training for professionals working in a number of different industries. We also know how difficult it is to find training that is accessible, reasonably priced and current. OSHA.com’s online courses are aligned with the specific standards for the field the training is designed for and are prepared and presented by experts in these fields. Grow your professional knowledge or get into compliance by taking our programs.
OSHA.com’s comprehensive library features 40 online construction safety training courses for construction contractors and workers. Satisfy and standardize all of your compliance training needs without sacrificing valuable time and money. All courses will come with a printable certificate upon successful completion.
OSHA.com features a comprehensive online library with over 30 general safety and manufacturing safety courses. Satisfy and standardize all of your compliance training needs without sacrificing valuable time and money. All courses will come with a printable certificate upon successful completion.
These courses are for supervisors, foremen, and safety coordinators and directors who are interested in furthering their knowledge of OSHA standards. These courses can help prepare the student to become a competent person on their site.
Our online heavy equipment operator training and material handling courses cover the fundamental safety training and basics on operations. Since all equipment is slightly different, your employer will provide hands-on training on the job site when you start work. Increase your chances of getting employed as a heavy machinery operator by getting started now!
OSHA.com’s Transportation Safety Training programs are designed for drivers to improve their driving skills and learn the rules and laws when on the road. Thess courses benefit professional drivers of commercial vehicles as it will enhance their skills and make them sharper and more aware when on the road.
MSHA Part 46 Requirements can be confusing. Who needs how much of what by when? The online training provided by OSHA.com is designed in compliance with MSHA Part 46 regulations. While these regulations refer to “Miners,” MSHA requires that mining contractors who perform work at surface mines on a regular basis to have all of the same training as a surface miner.
OSHA.com ofrece una biblioteca en línea comprensiva que ofrece sobre 10 cursos de aprendizaje de seguridad de construcción para los trabajadores y los contratistas de construcción. Satisfaga y estandardice todas sus necesidades de entrenamiento de la conformidad sin sacrificar tiempo valioso y el dinero. Todos los cursos vendrán con un certificado imprimible sobre la terminación acertada.
The Cal/OSHA online training course explains the standards of Cal/OSHA for a variety of potential hazards. It helps prevent and eliminate work-related injuries and fatalities. It also discusses employer responsibilities, employee rights, and how to handle emergencies, inspections, reporting, and recordkeeping for accidents as required by law.
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