The 10-Hour course is designed to provide the basics of occupational safety and health, basic practices of identifying, reducing, eliminating, and reporting hazards associated with their work. The 10-hour class is ideal for entry-level workers; we suggest supervisory personnel, safety professionals, and higher positions take the 30-hour course.
Currently, training is offered for both the General Industry and Construction Industry.
General Industry: Applies to almost all business sectors, including factory operations, manufacturing, storage, service and maintenance, hospitality, food manufacturing and service, oil and gas operations, warehouses, healthcare, and more (not construction or maritime).
Construction: Applies to workers in construction, demolition, building development, and other fields in the construction. This training will ensure that workers can identify, predict, prevent, and stop potential hazards in the workplace.
There are no prerequisites required to take the 10-hour training course. Certification classes are held in-person at your provided facility on days and times that best suits your needs, with a minimum of two classroom days to complete per regulations, not exceed 7.5 hours of training time per day.
Class Size Requirements: Minimum of 4 students/Maximum of 40 per training
Pricing based on class size, discounts start at 11 or more attendees.