The OSHA 10-hour online Construction Industry Outreach Training certification costs $59.95, as of 2015. The program gives entry-level workers the critical knowledge regarding a variety of OSHA-regulated health and safety topics to ensure on-site safety. OSHA certifications typically cost between $50 and $400.
OSHA officially formed in April of 1971, and George Guenther was appointed as the agency's first director. The OSHA Training Institute trains government and private sector health-and-safety personnel. It began in 1972, and in 1978, the agency began a grant-making program known as the Susan Harwood Training Grant Program. The program trains workers and employers to reduce workplace hazards