OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Training

Every employer is required to meet minimum federal workplace safety standards. Participants will gain the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to meet OSHA’s requirements. These courses address a variety of general and construction industry safety topics, enabling participants to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job related hazards.

The 10-hour safety course covers general safety and health hazards for entry-level workers. The 30-hour safety course provides a greater variety of safety subjects and in-depth, industry-specific training and is intended for supervisors and workers with safety and health responsibility.  These sessions are available for General Industry or the Construction Industry and are available in classroom or via online.


Online training also available: 


Online 10 & 30 Hours Training

NSCN offers OSHA-authorized online courses that introduce occupational safety and health, and teach employees to recognize, avoid, abate and prevent workplace hazards. They also provide information on workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint.

The 10-hour course is intended for entry level workers; the 30-hour course is appropriate for workers with more safety responsibility. Both emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention, and all who successfully complete a course will receive a Department of Labor 10- or 30-hour card.

NSCN also offers 10 or 30 hour classes onsite and in the classroom. Contact your account manager to schedule an onsite class or visit any of the links above to register for classroom setting. 

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