OSHA developed the 10 and 30 Hour Outreach as a means to train workers on the primary safety and health hazards commonly found on a construction work site. The OSHA 10 and 30 Hour courses teach students to recognize, control and prevent hazards in order to reduce workplace accidents and fatalities.
All HP&P Safety instructors are authorized by the US Department of Labor to teach the OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Construction Outreach courses. Our instructors follow OSHA's specific training guidelines which are flexible enough to cater the 10 and 30 hour courses to your specific construction industry.
NEW: OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Training Requirements
- OSHA has incorporated a new mandatory 2 hour introductory module emphasizing worker's rights.
- Maximum of 7 ½ hours of training allowed in one day.
- Training requirements include 10-hour courses being delivered over a minimum of 2 days and 30-hour courses being delivered over a minimum of 4 days.
For more information on Outreach Training Requirements:
Click on each course for a detailed description of the curriculum.
- Designed for entry level and general site workers
- Offers a basic grounding in safety on the construction site
- Hazard identification
- Designed for foremen, supervisors, superintendents, management
- Offers a more detailed education in hazard assessment
- Provides the knowledge and tools for hazard abatements
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