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4 Major Updates of the General Industry Standards for Fall Protection
These 4 major updates of the General Industry Standards for Fall Protection stand to have a huge impact on maintaining a compliant fall protection program. Download this infographic to learn more!
Working under the scorching sun can lead to heat illness and even fatalities. We hope that this video has information you can take away to better understand the seriousness of heat stress in protecting workers. Download this video to learn more!

Heat Stress: Lessons by Luman

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Fall Protection for Construction
This module explains the causes and consequences of falls in the workplace. You’ll learn about preventing falls, fall protection equipment, and fall protection training.
Are you planning to operate a piece of heavy equipment at your site? Workhorses of the industry such as forklifts, cranes, and loaders help get the job done. However, these machines also could do some serious damage. Lack of or improper training could lead to serious accidents. Download this video to learn more!

Heavy Equipment Tips

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Hazard Assessment and Personal Protective Equipment Selection
1910 Subpart I App B
Use this simple tool to audit hazards at the workplace and provide a record of what Personal Protective Equipment is required while performing certain tasks. Can be used as a training tool for employees or for enforcement of PPE standards.
The Winter Driving Checklist: 8 Safety Tips for Commercial Truckers
Winter roads can be hazardous for commercial drivers, especially for Commercial trucks. Read these safety tips from expert drivers before you hit the road! Download this infographic to learn more!
Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act (GI)
This 4-hour introduction to OSHA for the General Industry will help learners understand what OSHA is and how the OSH Act has changed the industry for the better. It provides a…
Are you looking to advance in the construction industry, but think you don’t have the time to get the training you need? Get trained easily and around a schedule that works with 360Traning.com’s 30 Hour OSHA Outreach course for Construction! Download this video to learn more!

How To Get OSHA 30 Construction Training Online

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Have you been looking to get your OSHA 30 card, but can’t seem to fit the class in your schedule? 360Training.com is here to help with OSHA 30 General Industry training, available online! Download this video to learn more!

How To Get OSHA 30 General Industry Training Online

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It should also be easy to get training. Rather than sending new hires to training centers, or shuffling around schedules to fit classroom training in, have you considered the benefits of online training? Download this video to learn more!

How To Get OSHA Outreach Training For Your Company

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Hazard Recognition and Assessment Training
Hazard Recognition and Assessment Training is designed to provide basic information regarding hazards in the workplace. The course covers vital topics such as hazard recognition…
Are you confused with the HAZWOPER standards? Let OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer, Matt Luman, enlighten you about the HAZWOPER standards and how they apply to you. Download this video to learn more!

HAZWOPER Standards: Lessons by Luman

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Electrical Safety in Construction
This course gives you a basic understanding of OSHA’s role in the prevention and elimination of electrical work-related illnesses and injuries. The course emphasizes hazard identification…
Welcome to Lessons by Luman, I’m Matt Luman and in this video I’m going to talk about behaviors we should be learning from dolphins. Download this video to learn more!

Behavior Based Safety: Lessons by Luman

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General Industry Protective Equipment Fact Sheet
PPE – Eye and Face Protection, 29 CFR 1910.133
Download our PPE Fact Sheet for Eye and Face Protection. This complies with General Industry Standards as outlined in 29 CFR 1910.133, and serves as a reference for understanding when PPE is required and what type should be used.
Ever heard the phrase, safety starts with me? That saying highlights one very important fact, each of us are responsible for our own safety. Build a Top Down Safety Program through applying the principals of Behavior Based Safety. Download this video to learn more!

Building A Top Down Safety Program

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17 Safety Tips To Prevent Kitchen Disasters on Thanksgiving Day
Along with the hearty feasts comes the spike on home cooking fires. Don’t ruin your holiday plans with a trip to the emergency room. Avoid Thanksgiving disaster by reading these helpful safety tips. Download this infographic to learn more!
Cheat Sheet for Hazardous Waste Cleanup Operations
There’s no room for guesswork when hazardous waste cleanup operations are concerned. To prevent workplace accidents and injuries, OSHA established training guidelines on (HAZWOPER). Download this infographic to learn more!
Fall protection is a big decision. Knowing exactly what type and fit required for your job can be complicated. Wondering what all you should know about fall protection and fall protective equipment? Download this video to learn more!

Fall Protection Buying Guide

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How do floods affect your health and safety? Learn more about floods and how our Mold Inspector Certification course can help you today! Download this video to learn more!

Flooding Hazards: Lessons by Luman

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Hazardous Waste Storage Area Weekly Inspection Checklist
For companies that must comply with Hazardous Waste Storage requirements, this simple tool is perfect for record keeping. Use weekly to document your due diligence.
Electrical Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
Heat Stress Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
Compliance Timeline: General Industry Standards for Walking…
Can you keep up with the specific compliance deadlines? OSHA’s updated Walking-Working surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment standards for general industry work went into effect on January 17, 2017. Download this infographic to learn more!
Confined Space Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
No Tricks, Just Tips: Your Halloween Safety Cheat Sheet
Are you putting up decorations or expecting trick-or-treaters? No matter what your plans are, don’t let an accident spoil the celebrations! Take a look at 360training.com’s latest infographic for more tips on how to have a safe and spooktacular Halloween. Download this infographic to learn more!
Regulatory Roundup: UST Laws and Regulations
Federal laws and regulations have been established to promote proper UST installation, maintenance, and operation. Are you aware of these regulatory standards? 360training.com rounds up the major UST policies that aim to prevent, detect, and correct releases or leaks. Download this infographic to learn more!
Were you told you needed Hazwoper training, but have no idea which class to take? Worried the class you take might not be what you need? Download this video to learn more!

HAZWOPER 40, 24 and 8 Hour Training

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Cold Stress Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
Employees engaging on a work site that are exposed to hazardous substances, health hazards, or safety hazards must get HAZWOPER training. Download this video to learn more!

How To Get HAZWOPER 40 Hour Certification

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Construction Industry Protective Equipment Fact Sheet
PPE – Hard Hat, 29 CFR 1926.100
Download our PPE Fact Sheet for Hard Hat Protection. This complies with Construction Industry Standards as outlined in 29 CFR 1926.100, and serves as a reference for understanding when PPE is required and what type should be used.
Are you an employee or seeking a job that requires an OSHA authorized Outreach training card? Looking to get your foot in the door or climb the ladder but lack the credentials to do so? Download this video to learn more!

How to Get Online OSHA Outreach Training

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Addressing workplace hazards doesn’t have to cost a fortune, which is especially important for start-ups and consultants. With the availability of web-based resources from OSHACampus, securing a deeply-rooted safety and health program are just a few clicks away. Download this video to learn more!

OSHA Resources for Businesses

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Does your site generate hazardous waste? According to the EPA, generators of hazardous waste fall into three categories and are subject to special regulations based on the amount they produce each month. Download this video to learn more!

Types of Chemical Storage

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Bloodborne Pathogens Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
In the know: 5 Health and Safety Reminders from Cal/OSHA
The Division of Occupational Safety and Health from the State of California is working hard to ensure that employees have a safe and safety workplace. Check out 360training.com’s latest infographic to find out more about the basic workforce safety rights from CAL/OSHA. Download this infographic to learn more!
Electrical Hazards After a Disaster
Electrical Hazards After a Disaster
Natural disasters such as hurricanes, wildfires, and mudslides can knock out power and down utility lines. The danger isn’t over after the storm has passed. Downed power lines can pose serious hazards to residents and utility and construction workers.
General Industry Protective Equipment Fact Sheet
PPE – Foot Protection, 29 CFR 1910.136
Download our PPE Fact Sheet for Foot Protection. This complies with General Industry Standards as outlined in 29 CFR 1910.136, and serves as a reference for understanding when PPE is required and what type should be used.
Intro to OSHA Test
Download this free safety test, complete with answer sheet. This 10 question test will can be used in conjunction with regular safety meetings to gauge comprehension and identify areas of further training.
Addressing the Hazards of Extended Shifts
Even if irregular or extended shifts is commonplace in many industries, it can’t be denied that going beyond the traditional 8-hour schedule can increase fatigue, errors, and adverse events and outcomes in the workplace, as well as negatively impact productivity.
Injury and Illness Reporting According to OSHA
OSHA requires most businesses with more than ten employees to keep a record of all serious work-related injuries and illnesses. However, certain low-risk industries and injuries that require basic first aid are exempt from this rule.
Is Your Company Being Watched by OSHA?
Keeping in mind the unsafe and hazardous workplace environment in certain industries, the U.S. government has enforced measures that require employers to pay attention to the safety and health of their workforce.
Get Better Fall Arrest Training Results By Following These Simple Steps
According to OSHA, it is the responsibility of the employer to ensure that workers who work at heights are trained regarding fall hazards. The training should be sufficient to instruct them about common hazards, areas where falls are likely to occur and the fall arrest systems that can protect them from serious injuries or worse.
HAZWOPER: Air Monitoring Standard
Air monitoring by HAZWOPER determines the volume of contaminants in the air in work areas where employees may be exposed to hazardous materials. Monitoring tests are used to examine the breathing zones of workers to determine whether they are breathing in hazardous air or contaminants.
The different architectural wonders around the world owe their biggest credit to the men and women in construction. These people, many of which won’t even be celeb...
The American Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that exposure to harmful substances is amongst the top five causes of workplace fatalities.  This means that not onl...
Construction is a job that requires extensive manual labor to be performed, regardless of weather conditions. In some cases, construction workers have to battle extr...
A Harvard Business review article suggests that communication is an essential determinate for success. Organizations are more effective when different members of a t...
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has done more for worker safety than any other entity in existence. Thanks to OSHA, and the training require...
A study in 2006 found that approximately one-fifth of the confined space incidents result in multiple fatalities. The research also revealed that for every fatality ...
Chemicals in the workplace are hazardous to human health. With prolonged exposure and lack of personal protective equipment, worker health can decline rapidly. In fa...
Safety is paramount in establishing a workplace culture that will empower employees to perform at their best. Whether it’s in the field or inside an office space, ...
The International Organization of Standardization’s (ISO) standard 14001 belongs to the family of ISO 14000 standards that aim to aid in implementation of an effec...
Tree care workers belong to a high-risk profession. They face many health hazards along their line of work, e.g., heights, sharp equipment, slippery conditions, and ...

General FAQs

What are OSHA's rules for online training?

For OSHA 10-hour/30-hour Outreach training programs, students must:

  • Spend at least 600 minutes in a 10-hour training course and 1800 minutes in a 30-hour course.
  • Complete a survey evaluating the course upon completion.
  • Complete all course work (including survey) within three months for the 10-hour Outreach courses from the starting date.
  • Complete all course work (including survey) within six months for the 30-hour Outreach courses from the starting date.
  • Start the course within 12 months of registration.
  • Pass all quizzes and the final exam with a score of 70% in three attempts or less.

I have completed the modules in the OSHA 10-hour and/or 30-hour Outreach training courses, why can't I access the final exam?

OSHA Outreach programs are designed to present 10 or 30 hours of content. However, every student moves at his or her own pace and some people finish the modules faster than others. Regulations require that you spend 600 minutes in a 10-hour course or 1800 minutes in a 30-hour course. You are not permitted to attempt the final exam until this requirement is met.

Is there a time restriction on completing the OSHA 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach Courses?

Yes. You must complete the course within three months of the day you began the 10-hour courses. You must complete the course within six months of the day you began the 30-hour courses. You must begin your course within 12 months of registration.

Who can I contact regarding safety questions?

Please contact your assigned trainer with any questions that you may have about safety. You may have received an introductory email from your trainer when you registered for your course. To contact your trainer, please send email at [email protected]

I have taken the OSHA 10-Hour/30-Hour Outreach Training course. When will I receive my Department of Labor wallet card?

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a Department of Labor wallet card within four to six weeks.

Can I have proof of completion for my course while I am waiting for my card?

Upon completion of the course, return to your "My Training" page and click the certificate icon. If all of the course requirements have been completed, you will be able to view and print your certificate of completion.