OSHA New York 10-Hour General Industry Training
Includes: Free Course, DOL Card, Certificate of Completion
Duration: 10 Hours
OSHA New York 10-Hour General Industry course educates workers about the General industry New York State Law. This course provides an overview of health care, storage, warehousing, retail, and every sector which is not included in construction, agriculture, and maritime. To enhance your OSHA New York 10-Hour General Industry safety training, on every purchase of OSHA Outreach New York 10-Hour General Industry, GET ONE FREE COURSE in 2 of the below:
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Note: This course will expire in 6 months, starting from the time you purchase the course.
New York 10-Hour General Industry training has 30 questions in its final exam. You need to score 70% or above in the final exam to pass this course.
Both New York 10-Hour Construction and OSHA New York 10-Hour General Industry training give you an overview of site safety and its hazards, but on the other hand, both courses are for different sectors. New York 10-Hour General Industry online course is for workers who work in any sector excluding construction, maritime, and agriculture, and New York 10-Hour Construction focuses on only construction-related industries.
New York 10-Hour General Industry is for workers who are at the initial stages of starting their career in any general industry, such as warehousing, retailing, healthcare, distribution, and more.
You need to score 70% or above marks to pass OSHA New York 10-Hour General Industry course.
NYC OSHA Cards do not have an expiry date, but according to Local Law 196, OSHA Cards need to be renewed after every five years because of the changing laws and safety practices.
Yes, online training is acceptable in New York but from OSHA-regulated safety training providers, like OSHA Online Center.
Yes, New York State Law mandates 10-Hour New York General Industry training and other safety courses, and certifications for workers who work at a workplace that is exposed to any potential hazards.