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What Is It?

30-Hour OSHA Hazard Recognition Training Online Course

Who Is It For?

Supervisors and Workers in Construction and General Industry

Why?

Provides OSHA 30-Hour Wallet Card

How?

Affordable, 100% Online Courses

Which OSHA 30 Training Course Is Right for Me?

The American Safety Council provides two online OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Hazard Recognition 30-hour training courses that satisfy state and employer requirements for certified OSHA training for your jobsite. These construction and general industry courses educate supervisors and workers with safety responsibility on enforcing workplace safety and reducing jobsite hazards. OSHA 30-hour courses offer greater depth and types of training on a broader list of topics than the 10-hour course.

  • OSHA 30-Hour Online Training for Construction—This online OSHA training course is beneficial for workers in construction, building development and other related fields. This OSHA training helps educate workers in identifying, predicting, avoiding, preventing and stopping potential hazards in the workplace.
  • OSHA 30-Hour Online Training for General Industry—OSHA recommends regular workplace safety and hazard training to educate supervisors and workers on job site standards. This online course is recommended for workers in factory operations, manufacturing, storage, warehousing and healthcare.

Take an OSHA 30-Hour Training Course with American Safety Council

100% online OSHA training

Take these courses from the comfort of your own home with any web-enabled device.

Provides Wallet Card of as Proof of Completion

You receive a wallet card as proof that you completed the online OSHA 30-hour construction and general industry training.

Audio narration and interactive exercises

Our special course tools will help you retain information throughout the course and make the material more engaging.

Final exam study guides

Download free study guides and take advantage of our free OSHA Training Practice Test to help you study for and pass the final exam.

Comprehensive lesson reviews

At the end of each course section, you will find short lesson reviews that go over the section material.

24/7 course access

Pick up your training where you left off and access the course 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Access to an OSHA instructor

If you have questions at any time during the course, you will have email access to an experienced OSHA instructor. You will also be provided professional customer and technical support.

OSHA 30 Requirements

  • OSHA requires the 30-Hour online training courses to be completed within six months from the start date.
  • The OSHA 30 minimum passing score is 70%.
  • You have three chances to pass the OSHA 30 online test.

Why Is OSHA 30 Important?

OSHA 30 training is important because it trains workers and supervisors on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. These courses prepare workers for potentially dangerous situations and make the workplace a safer environment.

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OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training

The OSHA 30-hour construction training course educates workers and supervisors on workplace safety and job site hazards in the construction industry. This training is a comprehensive overview of standards that OSHA has set in place for job site safety, specifically structured for hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.

Who Should Take an OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course?

The OSHA 30-hour construction training course is designed for senior level construction workers, supervisors, foremen and safety managers.

What Topics Are Covered in an OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course?

The OSHA 30-Hour Construction course covers a broad spectrum of health and safety workplace topics that educate workers in identifying, predicting, avoiding, preventing and stopping potential hazards in the workplace.

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training Topics Include

  • Identification of major hazards in the following categories: OSHA Construction Focus Four, Crane, Steel Structure, Confined Space and Fire
  • Hazard communication
  • Contractor safety and health programs
  • PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • OSHA Inspection Procedures
  • Recordkeeping
  • Emergency action plans
  • Ergonomics
  • And more

Benefits of an OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training

Our OSHA 30-hour online training course is designed to be convenient, effective and accommodating for all students. Here are some benefits you can enjoy when taking our OSHA 30-Hour Outreach training for construction:

  • 100% online
  • Audio narration
  • Interactive exercises
  • Real-life case studies
  • Downloadable and printable OSHA Final Exam study guide
  • 24/7 course access
  • Email access to your course instructor
  • Issuance of an OSHA 30-Hour wallet card upon successful completion

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How Long Does It Take to Complete an OSHA 30-Hour Course?

You are required to take a minimum of four days to complete the OSHA 30-Hour Construction training. However, you have six months from the start date to finish the course.

Because the OSHA 30-hour training course is organized into sections, you have plenty of time to pace yourself and take extended breaks when needed. This also means you won’t have to take time off work to complete the training.

Learning Objectives of the OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course

Following the successful completion of your OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training, you should be able to:

  1. Recognize worker rights protected under OSHA
  2. Understand employer responsibilities under OSHA
  3. Identify and protect against major hazards, like fall hazards, fire hazards, caught-in or -between hazards, struck-by hazards, electrocution hazards, crane hazards, health hazards, material handling hazards, safety construction hazards, and hand and power tool hazards
  4. Select appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and lifesaving equipment
  5. Recognize the role of the workforce and management in improving current workplace culture
  6. Recognize employer requirements and responsibilities for providing a safety and health program that effectively reduces and prevents employee injury, illness and fatality
  7. Identify reasons for an incident investigation and future preventative measures that may result

Start Your Online OSHA 30-Hour Training Course for Construction

Click here to register for your online 30-Hour OSHA Hazard Recognition Training for construction. Our course is an authorized OSHA course and upon successful completion will result in temporary certificate of completion until your official wallet card comes in the mail.

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OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Training

The American Safety Council provides an online OSHA 30-hour general industry course that is designed to educate workers and supervisors on safety awareness in the workplace. This safety training ensures that workers at all responsibility levels across all industries receive education about potentially common workplace hazards.

Who Should Take an OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Course?

The OSHA 30-hour general industry training course is designed specifically for senior level factory employees, safety directors, site supervisors, foremen and safety managers.

What Topics Are Covered in an OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Course?

  • Identifying when to use PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
  • Machine guarding
  • Lockout/tagout procedures
  • Exit routes and emergency plans
  • Hazard communication
  • OSHA inspection procedures
  • Electrical training
  • Ergonomics

Benefits of an OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Training

Those who successfully complete this specialized training should become familiar with recognizing, avoiding, preventing and stopping potential jobsite hazards. When you take American Safety Council’s 30-hour OSHA Hazard Recognition training course, you receive the following benefits:

  • Audio narration
  • Interactive exercises
  • Comprehensive lesson reviews at the end of each course section
  • 24/7 course access from any web-enabled device
  • Access to your OSHA authorized trainer
  • Wallet card as proof of completion

How Long Does it Take to Complete an OSHA 30-Hour Course?

You shortest amount of time allowed to complete the OSHA 30-hour general industry training is four days. You will have six months to finish from the day you start the course. Our course provides the flexibility to work on your own schedule and progress at your own pace.

Start Your Online OSHA 30-Hour Training Course for General Industry

Click here to register for your online 30-Hour OSHA Hazard Recognition Training for general industry. Upon successful completion, you receive a downloadable certificate until your wallet card comes in the mail. The card proves that you are OSHA authorized.

OSHA 30-Hour Frequently Asked Questions

What Is OSHA?

OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It is part of the U.S. Department of Labor and is tasked with assuring safe and healthy working conditions for men and women. OSHA establishes workplace safety standards and provides recommendations for safety training and education.

How Does OSHA Affect My Employment?

OSHA training will help you recognize whether or not your job site meets OSHA industry standards and determine if workplace conditions are safe. You have the right to a safe workplace under federal law and your employer is required to provide a workplace free of health and safety hazards.

You may file a confidential complaint with OSHA if you believe your working conditions are unsafe or unhealthy. You are also encouraged to bring the current working conditions to your employer’s attention. It is illegal for an employer to fire, demote, transfer or retaliate against you if you file a complaint. If you believe you have been retaliated against in any way, you may file a whistleblower complaint within 30 days of the alleged retaliation.

Is OSHA 30-Hour Training Mandatory?

OSHA training is a requirement for certain construction work in states like Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island. An employer can also require it even if it’s not mandated by the state.

What Is the Difference Between OSHA 10 and OSHA 30?

Unlike the OSHA 10-hour training courses which are beginner courses that provide workers with awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards, the OSHA 30-hour training is more appropriate for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility that want to receive a more comprehensive training.

How Do I Complete an OSHA 30-Hour Course?

You can take the OSHA 30-Hour Construction and General Industry courses online. You may go at your own pace and are allowed to take up to six months to complete the training. However, most course takers finish the online OSHA 30 courses in as few as four days.

Is There Testing Throughout OSHA 30 Training?

Yes. At the end of each training module, you will be given a 10 question module quiz. You must score at least 70% on each quiz to move forward in the course. You will be given up to three opportunities to pass each module quiz.

After you have successfully completed all of the modules, you must pass a final exam to receive full credit for the course. The exam is 20 questions long and will test your knowledge on information covered throughout the course. You will be given up to three opportunities to pass the course and must make a score of at least 70%.

Do Students Receive Training Materials Throughout This Course?

Students can download and print out a free PDF study guide to use throughout the course and help them prepare for the final. There is also a free OSHA Training Practice Test available on our site. Both the course and exam are 100% online.

How Do I Earn a Department of Labor OSHA 30-Hour Card?

Only courses validated by the OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Center can provide official Department of Labor OSHA Cards upon completion of the course.

Note that many people don’t need an official Department of Labor OSHA card. In these cases, a certificate of an OSHA course completion or a wallet card not provided by the DOT is sufficient. Check with your employer or state laws to see if you are required to have a DOL OSHA card.

Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a course completion training certificate. This can be presented as temporary proof while you wait for your official OSHA 30-hour card to be delivered by mail. When your card arrives, your completion certificate will no longer be necessary.

When Does My OSHA 30-Hour Card Expire?

Because OSHA 30-hour courses are voluntary, the course completion cards for construction and general industry do not expire. However, your state, private employer, municipality or government agency has the right to make an OSHA 30-hour course mandatory and set an expiration date for the card.

If this is the case, you will need to retake a current and valid OSHA 30-Hour Construction or General Industry Training course. Fortunately, the American Safety council provides both the 30-Hour Construction and General Industry training courses online.

How Can I Get a Replacement Card?

The only person who can request a replacement card from OSHA for any student is the online OSHA 30-hour course provider who oversaw the course the student completed. If you took an OSHA 30 training course through the American Safety Council, contact your online provider for a replacement card.

OSHA will not grant requests for replacement cards if the 30-hour course was completed more than three years ago. If you completed the course more than three years ago, you will have to retake the OSHA 30-hour course.

Are All OSHA 30-Hour Online Courses Valid?

No. There are some trainers who fraudulently represent themselves as authorized OSHA 30-hour trainers. There are also OSHA 30-hour courses that are valid but have not been officially approved by an OSHA Training Institute Education Center (meaning a Department of Labor OSHA card is not issued).

The American Safety Council is the #1 trusted OSHA training provider and is a market leader in authoring and delivery of e-Learning education and training to address transportation and workplace safety. U.S. employers will find this training useful in meeting their training obligations outlined in OSHA Standards 29 C.F.R. 1926.21(B)(2).