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.
Employers are mandated to give their employees Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and provide the necessary training on its use. Workers need PPE when administrative, engineering and work practice controls are unfeasible and there is little security and safety on hand. PPE is equipment worn to reduce contact to a variety of hazards. The Occupational Safety ...Read More »
Mining safety is essential in order to prevent injury, illness and fatality in mines. During the first half of 2014, 22 miners have already died due to unsafe workplaces. Under the Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977, “the first priority and concern of all in the coal or other mining industry must be ...Read More »
Millions of young, energetic workers enter the workforce each year eager to learn new things and excited to makenew friends on the job. But work can be more fun and rewarding if they are safe, healthy, ready, and aware of their rights. OSHAcampus.com celebrates International Youth Day 2014 with an infographic inspired by the Occupational ...Read More »
Sewage systems, steel-cabled bridges, iron ships. Sure, these things may seem common now. But back in the 1800s? It was definitely a different story. One thing is certain: The pioneers and unsung heroes of the Industrial Revolution didn’t just take the road less travelled—they built new roads… along with other engineering endeavors that eventually reshaped ...Read More »