Alaska - OSHA Training

We provide OSHA training in Alaska. These courses can be provided for businesses and organizations via an on site OSHA training class conducted at their location:

10-hour OSHA construction training - Alaska

30-hour OSHA construction training - Alaska

10-hour OSHA general industry training - Alaska

30-hour OSHA general industry training - Alaska

Competent person training for excavations - Alaska

Confined space entry training for construction - Alaska

Confined space entry training for general industry - Alaska

These OSHA training courses are available for on site OSHA training conducted by our OSHA-authorized trainers for groups of 10 or more at your location in Alaska. These topics are also available to students in AK via our OSHA-authorized online OSHA training courses.


OSHA Training - Alaska

This video quickly outlines the OSHA training services we offer to workers needing OSHA training in Alaska.

Alaska OSHA Training

Regulation of OSHA Training in AK

The state of Alaska operates a State OSHA program (AKOSH). The Alaska state plan was initially approved by Federal OSHA in August 10, 1973, and was granted final state plan approval on September 28, 1984. 

OSHA Regulations and Standards

In 1995, Alaska (AKOSH) began adopting most federal OSHA standards by reference, including those regulating OSHA training for employees working in general industry and construction. A limited number of state-specific standards remain in effect at this time, including Petroleum Refining and Petroleum Drilling & Production. Alaska also has a logging code that is significantly different from federal OSHA's logging standard. Alaska has adopted the federal record-keeping and reporting requirements, except that the state requires notification when one or more employees require hospitalization. The state's reporting requirements also provide for employers operating on a seasonal basis.


The state of Alaska exercises safety and health jurisdiction over most private sector employers in the state, and over public sector employers other than the federal government. Since Alaska has opted to have no jurisdiction in maritime industries, it has not adopted 29 CFR 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918 or 1919, or a state equivalent. 

Federal OSHA exercises jurisdiction over those employers not covered by the state of Alaska, to include: maritime employers such as shipyards, floating seafood processors, and longshoring; offshore oil platforms and production facilities; certain Indian Health Service hospitals and clinics; the United States Postal Service; civilian employees of the federal government; and all private and federal sector employment within the National Parks and a series of missile defense bases.

Alaska OSHA Information

The Alaska Occupational Safety and Health Program (AKOSH) is a part of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Labor Standards and Safety Division. The head of the Department is the Commissioner of Labor. There are two main offices located in Anchorage and Juneau, and smaller offices in Fairbanks and Ketchikan. The central telephone for the Enforcement Division is 1-800-770-4940. OSHA's national emergency hotline telephone number is 1-800-321-OSHA.

Links to Alaska's Occupational Safety and Health Standards and record-keeping requirements are available on the Division of Labor Standards and Safety home page. 

Other Resources

State of Alaska OSHA Poster

OSHA Training Requirements for 1910 General Industry

OSHA Training Requirements for 1926 Construction

Disclaimer: This information was originally obtained from the Federal OSHA website. OSHA Training Services Inc. makes every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate and up to date, but changes in state law and procedures affecting the information on this page are beyond our control. Contact state program staff directly to verify important information.

OSHA training in Anchorage AK

OSHA training in Juneau AK

OSHA training in Fairbanks AK

OSHA training in Ketchikan AK

Alaska OSHA Training Services