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Who Should Take 30-Hour Outreach OSHA Training

F Marie Athey OHST

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F Marie Athey OHST | September 5, 2013 | Comments Off on Who Should Take 30-Hour Outreach OSHA Training

Who Should Take 30-Hour Outreach OSHA Training

The OSHA 30-hour outreach training is designed for workers involved in construction operations and general industry such as manufacturing, oil and gas, and petrochemical. This course is specifically designed for safety directors, foreman, field supervisors, safety coordinators, and specialists. Other industries that can benefit from the course are healthcare, warehouse operations, distribution centers, and retail.

OSHA’s 30-hour outreach safety training teaches workers and employees how to recognize and avoid hazards in the workplace. The course helps workers know their rights and how to file complaints if the employers don’t fulfill their safety responsibilities.

OSHA requires workers to take additional training on specific hazards they face on the job to stay in compliance with OSHA standards prescribed in 29 CFR1910 or 29CFR1926 as it applies to their specific industry.

OSHA Guide

Some potential students have mistakenly related the 30-hour training with OSHA 510 or 511. The OSHA 510 or 511 are prerequisite classes to become an instructor to teach the 10- or 30-hr outreach safety courses. The 30-hour OSHA training is not equivalent to 510 or 511 and does not meet the prerequisites for the 510 or 511 courses.

The 30-hour OSHA outreach training course must be completed in six months, from the date you enroll, in order to receive your credits and your OSHA 30 DOL wallet card.

We at care for our students and we know that your official DOL wallet card would take four to eight weeks to be mailed to you, so for your ease, we will provide you a temporary certificate immediately that will prove you have completed the course.

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