OSHA 30 Hour Training Course - Construction Version
The OSHA 30 hour training course for construction standards is designed to help foremen, supervisors, superintendents, competent persons, safety staff, safety committee members, and others with responsibility for workplace safety get up to speed on the basic OSHA health and safety regulations affecting construction workplaces. The OSHA 30 hour construction training course also provides students with an overview of how the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) functions. There are no prerequisites required to take the 30-hour construction course.
The OSHA 30 hour training course for construction is based on the federal OSHA 1926 construction regulations, and each student will receive their own copy of these OSHA construction standards as part of their course materials. We also address state-specific OSHA requirements, where applicable. This OSHA 30 training course is intended for operations such as demolition jobs, new construction projects, and major renovation work.
The OSHA 30 hour training course in construction standards was created by OSHA, who authorizes OSHA Outreach trainers to conduct this 30-hour construction training class for a group of trainees. The OSHA 30-training courses for construction is presented in a classroom setting (usually spread over four consecutive days), or individual trainees can take our online OSHA 30 hour construction training course at any time (yes, you can start your class right away!).
When a student successfully completes the OSHA 30 hour construction training course (on site or online), they will receive the official DOL / OSHA 30 hour construction course wallet card, as well as a personalized certificate of training. The cards are accepted in all 50 states and the US territories.
Here are the mandatory topics that must be covered during the OSHA 30-hour construction training course:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Managing Safety and Health
- OSHA Focus Four Hazards
- Struck-By (e.g., falling objects, trucks, cranes)
- Caught-In or Between (e.g., trench hazards, equipment)
- Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
- Health Hazards in Construction
- Stairways and Ladders
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Concrete and Masonry Construction
- Confined Spaces in Construction
- Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, & Conveyors
- Fire Protection and Prevention
- Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
- Powered Industrial Vehicles
- Safety and Health Programs
- Steel Erection
- Tools - Hand and Power
- Welding and Cutting