Accredited institutions that offer 10- and 30-hour OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Programs include the United Safety Council, the Safety Online Network, ClickSafety and the Construction Safety Council. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s safety courses are standardized classes designed to instruct workers in the basics of occupational safety and health.
The United Safety Council’s OSHA 10-Hour class is available online for purchase through the non-profit’s Web portal. Topics and basic overviews include electrical, ladder and scaffold safety, materials handling and personal protective equipment.
The Safety Online Network’s 30-hour OSHA course covers the use of explosives in the workplace, basic hand and power tools, cranes and rigging, fire protection for construction and lead safety in the workplace. After enrolling, students have six months to complete the course.
ClickSafety’s online courses include both the 10- and 30-hour OSHA courses. OHSA requires that students in both classes score 70 percent or higher on the final safety test, with a maximum of three chances, to receive certification.
The Construction Safety Council offers a classroom 10-hour OSHA training class. Students who successfully pass the course, held over two days, and meet the minimum exam scores receive a Department of Labor OSHA 10-hour card of completion.