Websites that provide information about free Occupational Safety and Health Administration training include OSHA.gov, OSHATraining.com and OutreachTrainers.org, according to OSHA. Organizations that offer online materials for OSHA training include Alliance, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Construction Solutions and the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, as of 2015. Some states also have websites that provide training materials that OSHA monitors and approves.
OSHA.gov lists websites, government agencies and organizations that offer OSHA training materials and devices, notes Osha. This page is accessible by navigating to OSHA.gov, hovering over Training and selecting OSHA Training from the drop-down menu. At the bottom of the page, select Training Materials and Resource Gateway, and then click Other Resources for Training to view a complete list of organizations that offer online course materials approved by OSHA.
OSHATraining.com provides users with free access to OSHA training tutorials; however, these tutorials cannot replace mandatory OSHA training, according to the website. The site adds new tutorials periodically, and topics include using a fire extinguisher, understanding safety data sheets and labeling systems, and understanding the definition of a confined space. OutreachTrainers.com provides access to 10- and 30-hour outreach classes in construction, general industry, maritime and disaster site work.