OSHA was established in 1970 to guard workers against hazardous working conditions. To accomplish this objective, they encourage workers to complete safety compliance training courses that encompass lessons on preventing or reducing workplace injury, disease, and death. In addition, OSHA's online courses are designed to help employers in the United States comply with OSHA training requirements.


Acquire your DOL card after completing an OSHA-approved 10 Hour or 30 Hour Outreach course for construction or general industry. Enroll online, complete the course at your own pace, and receive your wallet card by mail from the industry's leading provider of online OSHA training.


OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training Course

OSHA has examined and approved the OSHA 10-Hour Construction Outreach Training course for online distribution.




How to register yourself online for OSHA 10-Hour training?


The OSHA 10-hour online design training allows each trainee to take their online course. Individual trainees can register by clicking one of the Buy Now buttons on the website. Companies and organizations wishing to have more than one person attending this 10-hour online build course can Enroll each student themselves or use the Group Enrollment Form. Trainees can start a 10-hour training course within minutes of enrolling in a 10-hour online OSHA course.


To ensure someone is in front of the computer during the course, the candidate must click the arrow to proceed with the class each time a section is completed. The course is narrated, so students must use a computer with speakers, plug-in headphones, or earphones to listen.


One of the primary benefits of taking a 10 Hour online OSHA construction training course is that you can log out of the online training course during your training session, log back in later, and resume training from where you left off, even from another computer or tablet. OSHA has a strict 6-month completion deadline for a 10 Hour online course, but many students complete a 10 Hour course in just a few days.


Overview of 10-Hour online OSHA Course:


Listed down below are the modules you will cover in OSHA 10-Hour online training: 




  • Module 1: Introduction to OSHA
  • Module 2: OSHA Focuses on Four Hazards
  • Module 3: Personal protective equipment
  • Module 4: Health hazards in construction
  • Module 5: Cranes, cranes, winches, elevators, and conveyors
  • Module 6: Stairs and Ladders
  • Module 7: Contact potential customers
  • Module 8: Exposure to asbestos Exam


Additional Course Details:


The OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program provides broad awareness for entry-level construction workers. On a building site, the training curriculum encompasses evaluating and preventing hazards.


OSHA recommends safety certifications. These courses provide workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926 with an introduction to occupational safety and health. When OSHA rules mandate it, workers must receive supplemental training on job-specific hazards. Participants will get an OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach wallet-sized certification card within two weeks of finishing the course.


OSHA 30-Hour Construction Outreach Training Course


The OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training course is an outstanding way to teach construction workers and managers about OSHA safety regulations. The US Department of Labor will issue an official OSHA card to students who complete this OSHA-approved course (DOL). This OSHA Outreach course offers a complete introduction to the rules that OSHA has established for job site safety, constructed explicitly for hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. It is fully narrated and interactive.


What Does OSHA's 30-Hour Construction Training Cover?


You'll discover:


  • Construction is the focus of OSHA. (Fall, Caught-In/-Between, Struck-By, and Electrocution are the four hazards)
  • Coping With Crane Dangers
  • 1Risks of Steel Structures
  • Hazards of Confined Spaces
  • Hazards involving Fire
  • Injuries from MSD and RMD can be caused by a variety of activities
  • Choosing and using appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)




How to register yourself online for OSHA 30-Hour Training?


Each trainee will have their course in the online 30 Hour OSHA training. Individuals can Enroll in the online OSHA 30-Hour construction training course by selecting one of the "Add to Cart" buttons on this page. Companies and groups who want many persons to take this online course can either register the learners themselves or use our Group Registration Form and let us handle it.


Trainees can begin training right away after registering for their online OSHA course, or they can log in at any time. To ensure that someone is at the computer throughout the course, the student must use their mouse to advance by clicking an arrow each time a section is completed. In addition, because the course is narrated, students must use a computer with speakers, headphones, or earbuds to hear it.


Topics covered in OSHA's 30-Hour Construction Training:


OSHA Construction 30-Hour Training covers a wide range of health and safety themes in the workplace and will familiarize you with OSHA Construction requirements. In addition, the OSHA Construction Focus Four will also cover identifying common workplace risks, tool operation, and other topics.


  • Electrocution
  • Struck-By Caught-In/Between Hazards
  • Health Hazards
  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Fall Protection
  • Caught-In/Between
  • Stairways and Ladders
  • Material Handling
  • Managing Safety and Health
  • Tools — Hand and Power
  • Protection and Prevention of Fires
  • Scaffolds
  • Welding and Cutting
  • Cranes/Excavations
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Concrete and Masonry
  • Entry Signs, Signals, and Barricades
  • Confined Spaces