OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Classes

OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Safety Course

The OSHA 10 hour and 30-Hour courses are quickly becoming the industry standards for workplace safety. They establish a solid foundation for company safety programs and statistics show that businesses that require OSHA Outreach training have better safety records than businesses that don’t. For this reason, a growing list of States now require this training. Ironically, the State of Texas does not but, on most state-funded construction projects, an OSHA 10-hour card is required.

OSHA 10-Hour Training

The OSHA 10-hour course is designed for entry-level workers and people who are not supervisors. It is a quick, budget-friendly way to provide training for the most common types of workplace safety and health hazards. They also provide information about worker rights and employer responsibilities.

OSHA 30-Hour Training

The OSHA 30-hour course is designed for supervisors, managers, business owners and people responsible for workplace safety. The focus of the 10-Hour OSHA course is hazard awareness. The 30-Hour course covers more topics and includes regulatory requirements, safety plans and record-keeping.

Summary

OSHA 10 and OSHA 30-Hour training reduces accidents and saves lives. It really is that simple. We believe in this training and we offer 10 Hour Construction; 10 Hour General Industry; 30 Hour Construction and; 30 Hour General Industry Training. An OSHA-Authorized Trainer can come to your location or, if you prefer, the training can be done at our facility.

Update:

Houston Forklift Safety now offers live and online training options for OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour courses. The online training is offered through an affiliation with  AdvanceOnline Solutions, Inc. AdvanceOnline Solutions is an OSHA-Authorized Provider for online Outreach training. 

OSHA Policies

  1. OSHA Outreach Training (classroom and online) is limited to a maximum of 7.5 hours of training per day and the training must be completed in 180 days or less. Because of these limits, it takes a minimum of 2-days to complete a 10-Hour course; a minimum of 4-days to complete a 30-Hour course and training that was not completed in 6-months or less is considered “Expired”.
  2. When a course EXPIRES, the student will no longer have access to the course and any course progress, as well as any payment(s), will be forfeited. Students will need to pay again if they need to retake the course.
  3. The training is also limited to the 50 States and U.S. Territories within OSHA’s  jurisdiction. 
  4. Testing is not required for live classes but, when OSHA Outreach courses are taken online, a test is required at the end of each section and there is also a Final Exam. A minimum score of 70% is required on all tests and, if a student fails any exam three times, then they have failed and, if they wish to take the course again, will need to pay again. 
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