Learning Objectives: OSHA recommends the 30-Hour Construction Outreach Training Program as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. It is a comprehensive safety program designed for safety directors, foreman, and field supervisors or anyone involved in the construction industry. This course offers an expanded view of OSHA standards for the Construction Industry. Emphasis is placed on topics related to the most frequently cited OSHA violations.
"Hands-On" Training Includes: Fall Protection, Respiratory, Rescue & Retrieval and Gas Detection Equipment and foot, face and hand protection.

This is an online or classroom program.

COST: $200/person, minimum of 8. Less than 8, $1600/day. Certificate and Department of Labor card upon completion. Valid for 2 year 

For more information please contact Dephanie McGill-Brandon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 800-777-7347

Disclaimer: Our training classes and site-evaluations have been designed to assist you in complying with OSHA regulations. The materials provided are not meant to be a substitute for the OSHA regulations. Because of the variations that can occur due to on-site conditions, whether you are in a state plan, or performance criteria, it is impossible for any course to cover every aspect of those potential variations. Therefore, our courses do not cover everything a person should know about a particular subject nor does it qualify anyone as a "competent" person. However, our courses do cover part of the information that any person must know to be effective in applying safety and health standards and practices to circumstances in the work place.