OSHA 10-Hour Training
OSHA 10-hour training is recommended for all employees working in the Construction or General Industry. It is an entry-level course designed to teach individuals to recognize hazards and prevent injury and illness in the workplace. A Department of Labor (DOL) OSHA 10-hour card is presented to all students who successfully complete the 10-hour course. If you are a supervisor or an employee with safety responsibilities, we recommend the OSHA 30-hour training course.
Our online courses are OSHA-Accepted in All 50 states and satisfy all requirements of CFR 1926 and CFR 1910 for your OSHA 10-hour card.
Enrollment Assistance: (866) 959-6230
Customer Support: (877) 881-2235
Outreach Instructor: Curtis Chambers (email)
In order to receive your DOL 10-hour card you must complete the survey at the end of the course.
Need OSHA 10-hour training for 5 or more employees? Enroll them all at the same time and receive a SPECIAL GROUP DISCOUNT!
Does online training make sense for you?
- Roughly 1/3 the cost of on-site / classroom training.
- Cards mailed in 6-8 weeks time.
- Temporary printable certificate available immediately.
- Set your own training schedule (2 days to 6 months).
- Auto-save feature allows you to start and stop at your convenience.
- Satisfy federal, state and employer compliance mandates.
- 24-hour, 7-day a week phone, email and chat support.
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Why are people taking this course?
To Satisfy State, Employers, Unions, Organizations, and Job-Specific Requirements
The following states require safety training under certain circumstances:
For Personal Betterment
To Prevent Costly OSHA Fines
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