Largest Provider of OSHA Safety Training Online
360training.com is a premier provider of online safety training, offering hundreds of construction and general industry programs and environmental and Department of Transportation (DOT) courses.
Our courses are developed by subject matter experts who are certified professionals in environmental health and safety in accordance with the most recent compliance regulations. We offer flexible subscription solutions for any budget to companies needing safety training.
Some of our more popular interactive online courses include 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach Training for Construction and General Industry. We are an OSHA-authorized provider of the 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach Training that focuses on federal OSHA industry standards. We also offer the HAZWOPER 40-Hour, 24-Hour and 8-Hour Refresher training for employees involved in hazardous waste operations and emergency response.
Because Spanish-speaking employees are most at risk for fatalities in construction, we offer bilingual construction safety courses in English and Spanish.
[framebuzz src=http://frame.bz/v/z8Ds3HyKYvg width=580 height=360] Who needs MSHA training? MSHA requires everyone who falls under the Part 46 Surface Mine regulations to comply in the same way. That means that mining contractors and all types of service providers performing work in active mining areas of a mine site, must meet the same training and documentation requirements ...Read More »
Driver safety awareness may sound like the last thing you want to read about. However, “up to 90% of car crashes are caused by driver error,” as noted by the National Safety Council. So think again: What exactly is driver safety? Even if you think that you are the safest driver on the road—and perhaps ...Read More »
Workers, employers, and safety professionals know that there’s always room for improvement in preventing accidents at work. During the recently concluded National Safety Council Congress & Expo, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) identified the most cited violations for fiscal year 2014. The current top 10 list is based on preliminary figures as of ...Read More »
The weather is cooling and the leaves are falling, Autumn presents certain safety situations in order to take care of health and safety at work. [framebuzz src=http://frame.bz/v/597CtWWX1l4 width=580 height=360] Here are some autumn workplace safety tips to remember: Risk #1: Fallen leaves. Tip #1: Fallen leaves can be slippery when wet. Make sure to clear ...Read More »