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Get Your OSHA 10-Hour Construction and General Industry Training

F Marie Athey OHST

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F Marie Athey OHST | August 30, 2013 | Comments Off on Get Your OSHA 10-Hour Construction and General Industry Training

Get Your OSHA 10-Hour Construction and General Industry Training

If you work in construction or general industry such as manufacturing and need the 10-hour OSHA training to show your employer or General Contractor that you are a trained entry level worker, then OSHAcampus.com can assist you. We make your learning easy and hassle free and  we are OSHA authorized provider of the 10-hour and 30-hour Outreach courses in Construction and General Industry.

The 10-hour OSHA Outreach training is online and convenient and has many benefits for entry level construction workers and workers in general industry.

Benefits:

  • The course is online and you may learn according to your schedule. Take your training in your pajamas.
  • OSHA 10-hour course material is accessible as many times as you want, but you only have six months to complete the course once you start. Schedule an hour a week to work on the course to complete within the six-month time frame.
  • Doesn’t matter if you are not good with technology, our courses are simple and easy to learn
  • Learn your course on the job, for example, you don’t have to take off from work to get your training. No out of town travel expense. On-site courses may be costlier too.

OSHA Campus 10-Hour Training vs. Traditional Classroom

Generally, the 10-hour training requires two days to finish such as five hours a day each. You can only complete 7.5 hours total in a 24 hour period. You the worker can get back to work and be on the job site faster. OSHAcampus.com has developed approved 10-hour training online for your convenience. Entry level workers take advantage of the online training, and stay at home. 

Seven States That Requires Workers to be OSHA 10 Trained

There are states that require entry level workers to have 10 hours of OSHA construction training completed before entering the work site. Some of these states are Nevada, New Hampshire, New York, and Massachusetts  to name a few, that require employees working on a state or publicly funded projects.

Your DOL Card is the Proof that YOU are OSHA Trained!

Department of Labor OSHA issues a wallet sized card to the workers who have completed their online 10-hour training successfully. The DOL wallet card is proof that you have completed your training and also makes you a better prospect to get a job. The card does not expire, but we do recommend renewing training every three to five years. Two states require refresher training every five years.

If you are an entry level worker and planning to take your training or interested in enhancing your career in the field of construction then OSHAcampus.com can help you! Enroll now at http://www.oshacampus.com and get your 10-hour training ONLINE.

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