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.
Has it really been a decade since the Texas City Refinery explosion? This year marks 10 years since the deadly explosion took place, leaving in its wake the opportunity to analyze and redefine the standard procedure of the safety management program. Additionally, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is taking this information and utilizing ...Read More »
Protecting temporary workers is equally as important as protecting permanent employees. In order to avoid accidents and injuries among temps in your workplace, take these five guidelines from OSHA’s Recommended Practices for Temporary Workers to heart: Have a Worksite Evaluation for Staffing Agencies Before you begin receiving temporary workers from staffing agencies, provide the agency ...Read More »
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 70 workers died from backover incidents in 2011. These deaths are entirely preventable. Watch our video to find out more about the causes of backovers and its prevention. What is a backover incident? OSHA states that it occurs when a backing vehicle strikes a worker who is ...Read More »
As it turns out, the workers’ compensation system in the United States is far more complicated than it seems. OSHA recently released “Adding Inequality to Injury: The Costs of Failing to Protect Workers on the Job” and the report shed new light on the American workplace. Discover who is being left behind in terms of ...Read More »