The OSHA Outreach training course is the primary method of education for workers in the basics of occupational safety and health and preparing them for the hazards that can be preventable on the jobsite.
OSHA Outreach 10hr General Industry training fulfills standards as required by OSHA regulations 29 CFR 1910 (General Industry).
Many public and private contractors, project owners, and government agencies throughout the U.S. require workers to have completed an OSHA-Accepted Outreach 10-hour construction training course to become eligible to work on a jobsite. Increase your employment chances and get your OSHA General Industry DOL Card today!
Upon successful completion of this course and exam, passing students will be shipped an OSHA/DOL Outreach plastic card within 2 weeks.
OSHA Outreach Training Overview
OSHA 10 Hour Outreach Training – General Industry
The OSHA OSHA Outreach 10 Hour Training Course provides instruction on OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to 29 CFR 1910 (General Industry). This course provides an entry level worker with a general awareness to recognizing and preventing hazards on the job site.
- Entry Level General Industry Workers
- Industries include but not limited to: Health Care, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Distribution, and Retail Industries employees.
States with 10hr Mandatory Requirements: (See Details – PDF)
- Connecticut (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)
- Massachusetts (effective 2004)
- Missouri (effective August 28, 2009)
- Nevada (effective January 1, 2010)
- New Hampshire (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)
- New York (effective July 1, 2008)
- Pennsylvania – Pennsylvania (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)
- Rhode Island (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)
- West Virginia (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)
Credit Hours: 10 hours
- Understanding the OSH Act, the functions and resources of OSHA.
- Becoming aware of the OSHA inspection priorities and describing the inspection process.
- Knowing the rights and responsibilities of employers and employees under the OSH Act.
- Learning the major hazards associated with general industry work and how to avoid, protect, or control them. This includes:
- Slips, trips, falls associated with walking and working surfaces
- Effective Egress and fire protection program
- Outline the general requirements for general safety standards
- Flammable and combustible liquids and gasses
- Hazards of chemicals
- Electrical hazards
- Understanding the value of personal protective equipment, usage and limitations.
- Learning the basic elements of a safety and health program.
- Module 1: Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act
- Module 2: Walking & Working Surfaces (OSHA 1910 Subpart D)
- Module 3: Emergency Action Plan (OSHA 1910 Subpart E)
- Module 4: Hazardous Materials (OSHA 1910 Subpart H)
- Module 5: Personal Protective Equipment (OSHA 1910 Subpart I)
- Module 6: Machine Guarding Safety (OSHA 1910 Subpart O)
- Module 7: Electrical Safety (OSHA 1910 Subpart S)
- Module 8: Hazard Communication (OSHA 1910.1200)
- Module 9: Hazardous Substances & Industrial Hygiene (OSHA 1910 Subpart Z)
- Module 10: Safety and Health Programs
- Final Exam
Module Quizzes and Final Exam
At the end of each module, you will be given a 10 question module quiz. You must score at least 70% on each module quiz to move forward in the course.
You will be given up to three tries to pass each module quiz. Failure to successfully pass a quiz will result in being locked out of the course and not allowed to continue.
Once 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 must make a score of at least 70% to pass this exam and complete the course.
You will be given up to three opportunities to pass the final exam. If you do not pass after three tries, you will be locked out of this course will no longer be able to take the course.
Course Completion Certificate
Upon successful completion of this course and exam, passing students will be shipped an OSHA/DOL Outreach plastic card within 2 weeks.*
Upon enrollment in the OSHA 10-hour Outreach Training course, you will have 6 months from the time you start to complete it – in order to receive credit. After 6 months, your account will expire and you will be required to purchase the course again.
*Note: In order to receive your OSHA/DOL wallet card, you must complete the survey at the end of the course.
Free PDF Study Guide
The course also includes a free OSHA General Industry Study Guide! This PDF Study Guide will assist you to pass the final exam and receive your DOL wallet card. This guide is a great supplement to the OSHA General Industry Outreach Course and can help as a great quick reference guide for the future.
You will also find supplementary materials available for download by clicking the “Materials” tab on the menu located within the course player. Other reference materials are available from the OSHA website – please visit http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/.
Free HazCom & GHS – Supplemental Course
A free Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom) and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Chemical Classification and Labeling course is included with registration of any OSHA Outreach course. The revised Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) took effect May 25, 2012 and OSHA requires training regarding chemical hazards in the workplace. OSHA states employees throughout the U.S. needed to have completed GHS-HAZCom training by December 1, 2013 to be in compliance with new GHS standards.
In this course, you will learn about the HazCom (Hazardous Communication) Standard and the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS), and how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to protect yourself from hazards or react to chemical exposures.
OSHA Safety Resources
You will find supplementary materials available for download by clicking the “Materials” tab on the menu located within the course player. Other reference materials are available from the OSHA website – please visit http://www.osha.gov/dte/outreach/.
- General Industry OSHA Regulations – OSHA 29 CFR – Part 1910
- Construction OSHA Regulations – OSHA 29 CFR – Part 1926
Are you OSHA Approved and are your courses compliant and approved?
OSHA does not approve or endorse products and therefore a course cannot be OSHA approved. OSHA only authorizes or accepts training providers. We offer an OSHA accepted program provided by 360training.com, an OSHA accepted provider.
OSHA does not approve or endorse products and therefore a course cannot be OSHA approved. OSHA only authorizes or accepts training providers. OSHA.com’s 10 and 30 hour OSHA Outreach Training courses are OSHA compliant, meet the OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926 requirements
What are OSHA’s rules for online training?
For OSHA 10-hour/30-hour Outreach training programs, students must:
- Spend at least 600 minutes in a 10-hour training course and 1800 minutes in a 30-hour course.
- Complete a survey evaluating the course upon completion.
- Complete all course work (including survey) within three months for the 10-hour Outreach courses from the starting date.
- Complete all course work (including survey) within six months for the 30-hour Outreach courses from the starting date.
- Start the course within 12 months of registration.
- Pass all quizzes and the final exam with a score of 70% in three attempts or less.
Is there a time restriction on completing the OSHA 10-Hour and 30-Hour Outreach Courses?
Yes. You must complete the course within three months of the day you began the 10-hour courses. You must complete the course within six months of the day you began the 30-hour courses. You must begin your course within 12 months of registration.
Who should take a 10-hour or 30-hour safety training course?
The 10-hour course is intended for entry level workers. The 30-hour program is for workers with some safety responsibility.
What is covered in the 10-hour and 30-hour safety training courses?
The 10-hour safety training courses provide basic awareness training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards. The course also provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and filing a complaint.
The 30-hour safety training courses provide a greater depth and variety of training on an expanded list of topics associated with workplace hazards in each industry. OSHA provides authorized trainers procedures for each industry program on the topic outlines for each industry.
Meets Latest OSHA Standards
The OSHA Outreach 10 hour General Industry training course provides instruction on OSHA standards as required by 29 CFR 1910 (General Industry).
OSHA Accepted Provider
OSHA Outreach Courses are provided in partnership with OSHA Accepted Provider 360training.com. Outreach Trainer – Curtis Chambers – OSHAtrainer@360training.com
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