10 Hour and 30 Hour OSHA Outreach Training
OSHA recommends outreach courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers. The OSHA outreach training programs are voluntary. However, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, New York City, Philadelphia, and Rhode Island have enacted laws mandating the training. To easily and quickly show that you or your employees have completed and passed the training mandated by the states and cities previously mentioned you will need to have a DOL wallet card with you on the construction site.
OSHA outreach training programs are intended for workers within the agency's geographic jurisdiction. These locations include the 50 U.S. States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, Wake Island, Outer Continental Shelf Lands defined in the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, and Johnston Island. For this reason, OSHA Outreach Training Program classes must be limited to training conducted within OSHA's geographic jurisdiction.
Curtis Chambers is the subject matter expert for these courses and is an OTI trained instructor teaching the 10/30 Safety Certification training for both Construction and General Industry.
When you successfully complete the OSHA Outreach 10 or 30 hour Training Course, you will receive a DOL Course Completion Wallet Card in the mail in 2 weeks.
Please note: If you live outside of OSHA's jurisdiction you may take a 10/30 Hour training provided by OSHAcademy Safety and Health Training that is equivalent to OSHA's outreach training. To learn more click here.
The OSHA Outreach Training Program is OSHA's primary way to train workers in the basics of occupational safety and health. The OSHA Construction Outreach Training Programs were developed by the OSHA Training Institute with the intent to assist employers in training and introducing employees to the basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating and reporting hazards associated with their work.