The Occupational Safety and Health Administration offers free compliance training to small and medium-sized businesses located in the United States. The OSHA on-site training program provides confidential advice to many types of workplaces, but high priority is given to businesses with extremely hazardous working conditions, according to OSHA.
OSHA also offers 10- and 20-hour outreach classes for workers, and outreach classes are given by outreach trainers, states OSHA. Workers are able to locate outreach classes in their area by visiting the outreach training website, which features a listing of qualified local OSHA outreach trainers actively conducting classes. Trainer profiles include information such as name, state location, training specialization and contact details. Workers attend scheduled training sessions covering construction, disaster site preparedness, general industry compliance or maritime. An online training option is available, and individuals interested in more details about online training need to email the U.S. Department of Labor.
Fee-based OSHA safety compliance training is available from organizations such as the National Safety Council, which offers a comprehensive series of OSHA courses. NSC OSHA training courses include topics such as construction, electrical, welding and fire protection, as noted by NSC. The bloodborne pathogens course is ideal for workers in the health care, hospitality and teaching professions. Emergency action plan training is available for employers seeking help with setting up emergency exit routes.