OSHA 30 Hour Construction

OSHA 30-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for anyone involved in the Construction Industry.

PRICE
$ 132.00 $139.00
DURATION
30 hr
LANGUAGE
English
SKU
SKU-0002
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OSHA 30 Hour Construction Overview

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Training Course is specifically designed for educating construction workers and managers about OSHA Safety Norms. Recommended by experts, OSHA 30 Hour Online Training Program is an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. This course includes Job Aid (study guide). Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an Outreach DOL course completion card within 6-8 weeks.

Who Needs OSHA 30-Hour Construction Training?

Osha 30 Training is beneficial for safety directors, foreman, field supervisors, superintendents, safety specialists, or anyone who works in the construction industry.
If you need your OSHA 30 card and you work in the construction industry, this course is ideal for you.

OSHA 30 Hour Course Outline

Part 1
OSHA Outreach Training Orientation

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Administration    

  • 3. Additional Resources    

Part 2
OSHA 30-Hour Learner Responsibilities

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Completion Cards    

  • 3. Requirements    

  • 4. Program    

Part 3
Introduction to OSHA (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. OSHA's Mission    

  • 3. OSHA Standards    

  • 4. Employer Rights and Responsibilities    

  • 5. Worker Rights and Responsibilities    

  • 6. Reporting and Recordkeeping    

  • 7. Inspections    

  • 8. Citations and Appeals    

  • 9. Resources    

  • 10. Summary    

Part 4
OSHA Inspections for Construction and Multi-Employer Worksites

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Inspections    

  • 3. Citations and Penalties    

  • 4. Appeals    

  • 5. Summary    

Part 5
OSHA 300 Recordkeeping Requirements (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. OSHA Forms    

  • 3. Recording Criteria    

  • 4. Medical Treatment    

  • 5. Restricted Work    

  • 6. Employee Privacy    

  • 7. Change in Outcome    

  • 8. Classifications    

  • 9. Employee Involvement    

  • 10. Incident Rates    

  • 11. Completing and Posting Forms    

  • 12. Reporting Requirements    

  • 13. Summary    

Part 6
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. JHA Purpose and Benefits    

  • 3. Approaches to Conducting a JHA    

  • 4. JHA Process    

  • 5. Hazards and Precautions    

  • 6. After the JHA    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 7
Pre-Job Briefings

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition and Occurrence    

  • 3. Conducting and Documenting    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 8
Safety Signs (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Purpose    

  • 3. Meaning    

  • 4. Best Practices    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 9
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview for Construction: Protective Characteristics

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Requirements and Responsibilities    

  • 3. Head, Eye, Face and Hearing PPE    

  • 4. Hand, Body, Foot and Leg PPE    

  • 5. Respirators    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 10
Personal Protective Equipment Overview for Construction: Using and Maintaining PPE

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Wearing PPE    

  • 3. Maintaining PPE    

  • 4. Summary    

Part 11
Latex Allergy Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definitions    

  • 3. Products Containing Latex    

  • 4. Routes of Exposure    

  • 5. Exposure and Reaction Risks    

  • 6. Reactions and Symptoms    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 12
Hearing Conservation (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Noise and Hearing    

  • 3. Hearing Conservation Program    

  • 4. Protecting Your Hearing    

  • 5. Types of Protection    

  • 6. Protection Use and Care    

  • 7. Summary    

Part 13
Respiratory Protection Awareness (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Requirements and Responsibilities    

  • 3. Types of Respirators    

  • 4. Wear and Maintenance    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 14
Crystalline Silica Awareness

  • 1. Crystalline Silica    

  • 2. What and Where Is It?    

  • 3. Silica Exposure    

  • 4. Health Effects    

  • 5. Protecting Yourself    

  • 6. First Aid    

  • 7. Summary    

Part 15
Hexavalent Chromium

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Health Risks    

  • 3. Where Hexavalent Chromium is Found    

  • 4. Who Is Exposed    

  • 5. Exposure Prevention and Control    

  • 6. Summary    

Part 16
Lead Poisoning

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Sources    

  • 3. Health Effects    

  • 4. Safety Measures    

  • 5. Overexposure    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 17
Compressed Air Safety Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Setup    

  • 3. Personal Protective Equipment    

  • 4. Prepare the Work Area    

  • 5. Choose Tools    

  • 6. Using Compressed Air    

  • 7. Do the Job    

  • 8. Housekeeping    

  • 9. Summary    

Part 18
Dust Mask - Voluntary Use Guidelines

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Types of Respirators    

  • 3. When to Wear a Mask    

  • 4. Usage and Care Guidelines    

  • 5. Summary    

Part 19
Bench Grinder Safety

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Causes of Injury and Equipment Safety Features    

  • 3. General Precautions    

  • 4. Tips for Safe Use    

  • 5. Maintenance and Repair    

  • 6. Summary    

Part 20
Machine Guarding

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Regulations and Requirements    

  • 3. Mechanical Equipment Hazards    

  • 4. Safeguards    

  • 5. Safety Devices    

  • 6. Other Safeguards    

  • 7. Inspections    

  • 8. Conclusion    

Part 21
Hand Tool Safety for Construction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. General Hazards and Precautions    

  • 3. Striking, Tightening and Loosening Tools    

  • 4. Cutting and Scissor-Type Tools    

  • 5. Prying, Digging and Smoothing Tools    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 22
Power Tool Safety for Construction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Power Tool Hazards    

  • 3. Precautions    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 23
Lithium-Ion Battery Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. What Is a Lithium-Ion Battery?    

  • 3. Hazards    

  • 4. Incident Prevention    

  • 5. Incident Response    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 24
Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Common Injuries    

  • 3. Identifying and Avoiding Hazards    

  • 4. More Hazards    

  • 5. Ergonomic Factors    

  • 6. Gloves    

  • 7. Summary    

Part 25
Preventing Cuts and Puncture Wounds

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definitions    

  • 3. Health Risks and Common Causes    

  • 4. Machine Tools    

  • 5. Powered Hand Tools    

  • 6. Hand Tools    

  • 7. Objects as Hazards    

  • 8. Wire Rope and Metal Banding    

  • 9. Safe Practices    

  • 10. Injury Response    

  • 11. Conclusion    

Part 26
Struck By, Caught Between - Staying Out of the Line of Fire (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. General Hazard Control    

  • 3. Worker-Level Control    

  • 4. Work Zone Struck-By Hazards    

  • 5. Heavy Equipment Struck-By Hazards    

  • 6. Overhead Struck-By Hazards    

  • 7. Masonry Wall, Projectile and Excavation Hazards    

  • 8. Summary    

Part 27
Work Zone Safety (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Traffic Control Standards & Plans    

  • 3. Work Zone Inspection    

  • 4. Visibility    

  • 5. Traffic Control Devices    

  • 6. Work Zone Sections & Activities    

  • 7. Flaggers    

  • 8. Working at Night    

  • 9. Conclusion    

Part 28
Excavation and Trenching Safety (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definitions and Requirements    

  • 3. Utilities    

  • 4. Excavation Risks    

  • 5. Soil    

  • 6. Staying Safe    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 29
Blocking and Cribbing

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Why Block and Crib?    

  • 3. Materials and Equipment    

  • 4. General Precautions    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 30
Load Securement for Heavy Equipment (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Standard and Requirements    

  • 3. Securement System Elements    

  • 4. Preparing, Loading and Unloading Equipment    

  • 5. Tiedowns    

  • 6. Inspections    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 31
Concrete and Masonry Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. General Safety Requirements    

  • 3. Cast-In-Place and Pre-Cast Concrete    

  • 4. Lifting Operations    

  • 5. Masonry Construction    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 32
Blasting Area Safety (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Blasting Terms and Applications    

  • 3. Site Hazards    

  • 4. Precautions    

  • 5. Summary    

Part 33
Slips, Trips and Falls for Construction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Slips, Trips and Falls    

  • 3. Causes    

  • 4. Walking and Working Surfaces    

  • 5. Falling Techniques    

  • 6. Falling Techniques    

  • 7. Conclution    

Part 34
Fall Protection (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Common Fall Hazards    

  • 3. Need for Fall Protection    

  • 4. Types of Fall Protection    

  • 5. Fall Protection Planning    

  • 6. Personal Fall Protection Methods    

  • 7. Personal Fall Protection Components    

  • 8. Lanyards    

  • 9. Anchorage and Lifelines    

  • 10. Inspection, Storage and Rescue    

  • 11. Summary    

Part 35
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Types of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms    

  • 3. Preparation    

  • 4. Safe Operations    

  • 5. Working Safely    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 36
Scaffold Safety Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition and Classification    

  • 3. Common Hazards    

  • 4. Basic Safety Principles    

  • 5. Roles and Responsibilities    

  • 6. Types of Scaffolds    

  • 7. Operating Procedures    

  • 8. Inspections    

  • 9. Protection and Training    

  • 10. Summary    

Part 37
Walking/Working Surfaces

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Housekeeping    

  • 3. Walkways and Floors    

  • 4. Ladders and Scaffolding    

  • 5. Scaffolds and Dock Boards    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 38
Guarding Floor Holes and Wall Openings (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Key Terms    

  • 3. Floor Holes    

  • 4. Wall Openings    

  • 5. Platforms, Runways and Open-Sided Floors    

  • 6. Stairways, Railings and Toeboards    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 39
Ladder Safety for Construction: Selection and Inspection

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Types of Ladders    

  • 3. Inspection    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 40
Ladder Safety for Construction: Setup and Use

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Setup    

  • 3. Verify and Secure    

  • 4. Safe Use    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 41
Crane Operator Safety

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Worksite Preparation    

  • 3. Power Lines    

  • 4. Crane Operation    

  • 5. Special Operations    

  • 6. Conditions Affecting Operations    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 42
Crane Hand Signaling Part 1 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Capabilities, Limitations, & Dangers    

  • 3. 4 Summary    

Part 43
Crane Hand Signaling Part 2 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Hand Signals    

  • 3. Voice Signals    

  • 4. Summary    

Part 44
Basic Rigging Principles Part 1 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Rigging Equipment Basics    

  • 3. Lifting Devices    

  • 4. Slings    

  • 5. Chain Slings    

  • 6. Wire Rope Slings    

  • 7. Fiber Slings    

  • 8. Types of Slings    

  • 9. Hitches and Slings    

  • 10. Sling Tension    

  • 11. Sling Storage and Capacity    

  • 12. Connectors and Adjusters    

  • 13. Hook Inspections    

  • 14. Shackles    

  • 15. Eye Bolts    

  • 16. Adjusters    

  • 17. Care and Storage    

  • 18. Summary    

Part 45
Basic Rigging Principles Part 2

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Safety    

  • 3. Job Planning    

  • 4. Load Weight    

  • 5. Balance Point and Clearance    

  • 6. Preparation    

  • 7. Selecting Equipment    

  • 8. Attaching Rigging    

  • 9. Summary    

Part 46
Health Hazards in Construction: Introduction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Health Hazards    

  • 3. Conclusion    

Part 47
Health Hazards in Construction: Asbestos Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Where Is Asbestos?    

  • 3. Health Effects    

  • 4. Prevent or Limit Exposure    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 48
Health Hazards in Construction: Crystalline Silica Awareness

  • 1. Silica    

  • 2. Where Is Crystalline Silica?    

  • 3. Health Effects    

  • 4. Limiting Exposure    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 49
Health Hazards in Construction: Lead Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Where Is Lead?    

  • 3. Health Effects    

  • 4. Prevent or Limit Expsure    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 50
Health Hazards in Construction: Special Concerns

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Wood and Wood Dust    

  • 3. Solvents    

  • 4. Welding and Cutting Operations    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 51
OSHA 30-Hour Midway Progress Report

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Progress    

  • 3. Time    

  • 4. Tests    

  • 5. Resources    

Part 52
Hazard Communication for Construction: Written Program (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. HazCom Standard    

  • 3. Hazards    

  • 4. Responsibilities    

  • 5. Information and Training    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 53
Hazard Communication for Construction: How to Use Safety Data Sheets (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Labels    

  • 3. Safety Data Sheets    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 54
Introduction to Industrial Hygiene (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition and Purpose    

  • 3. Types of Hazards    

  • 4. Routes of Entry    

  • 5. Types of Air Contaminants    

  • 6. Concentration and Exposure Limits    

  • 7. Hearing Conservation    

  • 8. Summary    

Part 55
Using Eyewashes and Emergency Showers

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Importance of Eyewashes and Emergency Showers    

  • 3. Recognizing Neglect    

  • 4. Correcting Problems    

  • 5. Best Practices    

  • 6. Summary    

Part 56
Asbestos Hazards Introduction (US)

Part 57
Asbestos Hazards Introduction (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

Part 58
Asbestos Hazards Part 1 (US)

Part 59
Asbestos Hazards Part 1 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Regulations    

  • 3. Description of Asbestos    

  • 4. Asbestos Locations    

  • 5. Health Impacts    

  • 6. Recognizing Damage    

  • 7. Controlling Risk    

  • 8. Precautions and Protections    

  • 9. Release Response    

  • 10. Conclusion    

Part 60
Asbestos Hazards Part 2 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Limits and Regulations    

  • 3. Medical Requirements    

  • 4. Protection and Precautions    

  • 5. Mechanical Operations, Repair and Removal    

  • 6. Best Practices    

  • 7. Cleanup and Disposal    

  • 8. Release Response    

  • 9. Conclusion    

Part 61
Asbestos Hazards Part 3 (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Responsibilities    

  • 3. Respirator Selection    

  • 4. Respirator Inspection    

  • 5. Seal Checks    

  • 6. Respirator Failure    

  • 7. Respirator Care    

  • 8. Conclusion    

Part 62
Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Defining BBPs    

  • 3. Hepatitis and HIV    

  • 4. Transmission    

  • 5. Handling and Disposing of Blood & OPIM    

  • 6. Emergency and Long-Term Procedures    

  • 7. Summary    

Part 63
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Health Concerns

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Welding Fume Hazards    

  • 3. Welding Fume Hazard Controls    

  • 4. Radiation and Light Hazards    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 64
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Methods

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Oxyacetylene Torch Safety    

  • 3. Welding Gas Cylinder Safety    

  • 4. Arc Welding    

  • 5. Positioning and Personal Protective Equipment    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 65
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Safety Concerns

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Work Area    

  • 3. Fire Safety    

  • 4. Welding or Cutting Containers    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 66
Vector-Borne Disease Awareness: Mosquitoes, Ticks and Other Pests

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Vector-Borne Diseases    

  • 3. Environment    

  • 4. Personal Factors    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 67
Heat Stress

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. How the Body Handles Heat    

  • 3. Health and Safety Concerns    

  • 4. Reducing the Likelihood of Heat Stress    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 68
Cold Stress

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition    

  • 3. Sources of Heat Loss    

  • 4. Consequences of Exposure    

  • 5. Severe Effects of Cold Exposure    

  • 6. Contributing Factors    

  • 7. Precautions    

  • 8. Conclusion    

Part 69
Confined Space Awareness for Construction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Define Confined Space    

  • 3. Responsibilities    

  • 4. Hazards    

  • 5. Hazardous Atmospheres    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 70
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. What Is Hydrogen Sulfide?    

  • 3. What Protection Should I Use?    

  • 4. What Should I Do?    

  • 5. Conclusion    

Part 71
Safety Everywhere: Carbon Monoxide

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Sources and Prevention    

  • 3. Symptoms    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 72
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Identification    

  • 3. Cylinder Storage    

  • 4. Handling and Transportation    

  • 5. Valve and Regulator Safety    

  • 6. Inspections and Repairs    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 73
Stacking and Storage Practices for Construction (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Potential Hazards    

  • 3. Moving, Handling and Storing Materials    

  • 4. Conclusion    

Part 74
Materials Handling Practices for Construction (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Materials-Handling Equipment    

  • 3. Cranes and Slings    

  • 4. Lifts, Telehandlers and Trucks    

  • 5. Safety and Health    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 75
Powered Industrial Trucks Operators Overview

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Safety and Pre-use Inspections    

  • 3. Stability    

  • 4. PIT Information    

  • 5. Handling Loads    

  • 6. Refueling, Batteries, and Stopping Lift    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 76
Office Safety Awareness

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Common Office Hazards    

  • 3. Emergency Response    

  • 4. Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle    

  • 5. Workplace Security    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 77
Preventing Back Injury

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Back Function and Injuries    

  • 3. Risk Factors    

  • 4. Causes of Back Injuries    

  • 5. Preventing Injuries    

  • 6. Response to an Injury    

  • 7. Summary    

Part 78
Housekeeping on the Job

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Effects and Benefits    

  • 3. Planning and Inspection    

  • 4. Designated Areas    

  • 5. Organization and Storage    

  • 6. Cleaning    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 79
Egress and Emergency Action Plans (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Basics of Egress    

  • 3. Detailed Elements of Egress    

  • 4. Emergency Action Plans    

  • 5. EAP Core Elements    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 80
Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 1 - Fight or Flee (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Know the Risks    

  • 3. Fight or Flee?    

  • 4. Practice Deciding    

  • 5. Fire-Fighting Overview    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 81
Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 2 - Using Extinguishers (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. How Extinguishers Work    

  • 3. Fire and Extinguisher Types    

  • 4. Fire-Fighting Overview    

  • 5. PASS Method    

  • 6. Best Practices    

  • 7. Conclusion    

Part 82
Hot Work for Construction

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition and Regulations    

  • 3. Precautions    

  • 4. Responsibility for Hot Work    

  • 5. Permits    

  • 6. Conclusion    

Part 83
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. OSHA Standard    

  • 3. Energy Control Program    

  • 4. Devices and Tags    

  • 5. Applying and Removing Locks and Tags    

  • 6. Notifications    

  • 7. Inspections and Training    

  • 8. Conclusion    

Part 84
Hydraulic Safety (US)

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Hazards    

  • 3. Safety Practices    

  • 4. Safe Work Practices    

  • 5. Injury Response    

  • 6. Summary    

OSHA 30 Learning Objectives

  • Given OSHA historical events and current information, the student will be able to explain the importance of OSHA in providing a safe and healthful workplace to workers covered by OSHA
  • Locate OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices (Introduction to OSHA Standards)
  • Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions)
  • Implement preventative measures for accidents in their workplace (Subpart D – Occupational health and Environmental Controls)
  • Describe types of personal protective equipment (PPE), and the requirements for use in OSHA standards (Subpart E – Personal Protective Equipment)
  • Understand the requirements for fire protection in the workplace (Subpart F – Fire Protection and Prevention)
  • Identify types of rigging equipment used to protect employees (Subpart H – Rigging; Subpart N – Cranes and Rigging)
  • Identify the critical health and safety hazards of welding and cutting in the construction industry (Subpart J – Welding and Cutting)
  • Implement measures for protecting workers and equipment from dangerous falls (Subpart M – Fall Protection)
  • Recognize the hazards associated with working in or around excavation sites (Subpart P – Excavations)
  • Understand the safety requirements necessary to protect workers around concrete and masonry jobs (Subpart Q – Concrete and Masonry)
  • Identify the precautions and hazards to protect workers using explosives or blasting agents (Subpart T – Demolition)
  • Protect workers who perform jobs on or around stairways or ladders at worksites (Subpart X – Stairways and Ladders)
  • List and describe the hazards and prevalence of confined spaces
  • Identify common electrical hazards and related OSHA standards (Subpart K – Electrical Standards)
  • Understand the importance of scaffolding for workers in elevated workplaces (Subpart L – Scaffolding)

OSHA 30 Exam & Quiz Information

You must score at least 70% on each module quiz to move forward in the OSHA 30 Hour Construction safety Training. You will be given up to THREE opportunities to pass each module quiz. Failure to successfully pass the quiz will result in being locked out of this online training program, but the learner can repurchase and start back from the beginning. Once you have successfully completed all of the modules, you must pass a final exam to receive full credit for the OSHA 30 Online training. The exam is 20 questions long and will test your knowledge on information covered throughout the OSHA 30 course. You must make a score of at least 70% to pass this OSHA 30 training. You will be given up to THREE opportunities to pass the final exam. Failure to successfully pass the Final Exam will result in being locked out of this online training program, but the learner can repurchase and start back from the beginning. Upon successful completion of this OSHA 30 Hour Construction training and the accompanying survey, you will receive an OSHA 30 card from the provider of this OSHA training on behalf of the Department of Labor. Each student who successfully completes the program will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. YOU MUST COMPLETE THE SURVEY AT THE END OF THIS TRAINING TO RECEIVE YOUR DOL CARD.

Once you complete the 30-hour course, you will be provided with a completion confirmation which will be available through your My Training page. Please be aware the confirmation is not an official document. It serves only as evidence of your completion of the OSHA 30 hour training until you receive your official Department of Labor card in the mail. There is a 6 month time limit to complete the OSHA 30 course.

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