10 Hour



This course includes the Plastic
Official DOL Card.

Upon completion of the course, You will get your plastic official Department of Labor (DOL) card in the mail within 2 weeks.

Jason Cole Instructor

Jason Cole is our OSHA outreach instructor. He has been an OSHA-authorized trainer for Construction and General Industry since 2007.

OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training Course

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The OSHA 10-hour Construction Outreach Training course has been reviewed and authorized by OSHA for online distribution.

Course Description

The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program provides general awareness for entry-level construction workers. The training program covers recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site.

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OSHA.com recommends Safety Certification courses. These courses serve as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Workers must receive additional training on the specific hazards of the job when required by OSHA standards. After completing the course, participants are mailed an OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach wallet-sized DOL card within two weeks.

Who Is This Course For?

  • Entry Level Construction Workers

Why Are Customers Taking the Course?

  • Employer Requirement
  • State Requirement

Course Credit

10 hours

Course Outline

  • Module 1: Introduction to OSHA
  • Module 2: OSHA Focus Four Hazards
  • Module 3: Personal Protective Equipment
  • Module 4: Health Hazards in Construction
  • Module 5: Stairways and Ladders
  • Module 6: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators and Conveyors 
  • Module 7: Excavations
  • Module 8: Materials Handling, Use and Disposal
  • Module 9: Scaffolds
  • Module 10: Tools ‐ Hand and Power


At the end of each module, you are given a 10-question module quiz. Score at least 70% on each module quiz before moving forward. You have three attempts to pass each module quiz. Failure to successfully pass the third quiz results in being locked out of the course. After being locked out, you can not continue with an online training format for your outreach training.

After completing the modules, you must pass a final exam to receive full credit for the course. The final exam is 20 questions long and tests your knowledge of the information covered throughout the course. To pass, you need at least a score of at least 70%. You get three opportunities to pass the final exam. If you do not pass it after the third try, you are locked out of this course and cannot complete your outreach training in an online format.

Time to Completion

You have six months from your course enrollment date to complete the 10-hour Construction Outreach Training. After six months, your account expires, and you are required to purchase the course again.

A temporary printable certificate is available immediately upon successful completion of the course. Passing participants receive a DOL Construction Outreach course completion wallet card within two weeks.

In order to receive your DOL Wallet Card, you must complete the survey at the end of the course.


What is OSHA 10?

OSHA 10 is one of OSHA's Outreach courses, designed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration but supplied through third-party training providers.

It's a 10-hour introduction to workplace safety topics, including U.S. workers' rights and employers' obligations. There are several types of OSHA 10 courses by industry. OSHA 10 Construction addresses the standards that apply to construction work, found under 29 CFR 1926.

When you complete an OSHA 10 course, you get a plastic wallet card issued by the Department of Labor. This is often called an OSHA 10 card (or more generally, a DOL card).

What's the Difference Between OSHA 10 and 30?

For each industry's Outreach program, there's an OSHA 10 and an OSHA 30. 

OSHA 30 is a 30-hour version of the training program that includes information about supervisory responsibilities and expands the number of task-specific safety awareness topics. These arms supervisors – including safety directors, foremen, managers, field supervisors, and crew leads – with the extra information they need to comply with workplace safety requirements.

OSHA 10 is the shorter version designed for non-supervisory workers.

What Is an OSHA 10 Card Good For?

OSHA designed its 10-hour Outreach courses to serve as an orientation to workplace safety for non-supervisory workers. It's a consistent but flexible training program that can be tailored to the worker's environment and job.

OSHA 10 doesn't fulfill or replace required OSHA training, but many employers require an OSHA 10 card because it gives everyone a solid foundation to build on. This is especially true in Construction, which has one of the highest incidents of occupational injury, illness, and death.

Aside from employer requirements, sometimes an OSHA 10 card is a legal requirement for Construction work. These laws are constantly changing, but you legally need an OSHA 10 Construction card in:

  • Nevada (effective January 1, 2010) 
  • Philadelphia, PA (effective October 1, 2015) 
  • Connecticut (for certain public projects)
  • Miami-Dade County, FL (for certain public or private projects)
  • Massachusetts (for most public projects)
  • Missouri (for public projects)
  • New Hampshire (for certain public projects)
  • New York City (Local Law 196 of 2017)
  • New York State (effective July 18, 2008)
  • Rhode Island (for certain public projects)
  • West Virginia (for certain public projects)

For all these reasons, an OSHA 10 card can also be a good investment for a construction worker looking for a job. Many employers will give hiring preference to candidates with a DOL card, even if they don't require it.

How Long Is an OSHA 10 Card Good For?

As far as OSHA is concerned, OSHA 10 cards don't expire. However, jurisdictions or employers that require it typically set a refresher period (often 3-5 years).

Since the refresher period varies, your DOL card will simply have an issue date, not an expiration date. You can use the issue date to check whether your OSHA 10 card is still valid for your needs.

Includes free OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Study Guide! This PDF Study Guide will ensure you are ready to take the final exam to receive your wallet card. This is a great supplement to the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Course and can serve as a quick reference guide for future use.



OSHA 10-Hour Construction Training Course

With plastic official DOL card & free study guide!



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