Over time, OSHA course completion cards may be lost, damaged or worn out. The procedure for applying to OSHA for a replacement card should be done as soon as possible. The OSHA course completion card is important to replace because it is validation of OSHA training courses successfully completed.
Steps to OSHA Card Replacement
- Contact your OSHA Outreach trainer.
- Be sure to apply within five years of your training course program completion.
- Contact OSHA online or by phone at the toll free number for questions.
It is important to provide general information to your Outreach Trainer regarding training courses completed, such as whether the training was 10-hour or 30-hour. The replacement card will be mailed in four to six weeks.
Be sure to provide current information including change of name or address to your OSHA Outreach trainer. Keeping your personal information up-to-date on your OSHA completion card is important and helps your Outreach Trainer maintain current records.
Provide specific information on whether the replacement card was lost. The Outreach Trainer will need this information to prevent the card from identity theft. If the card is damaged or worn out, the Outreach Trainer will advise on whether you need to destroy it or return it to OSHA Outreach.
If you require replacement of your certificate of course completion, simply go to “My Training” page at www.oshacampus.com and click the certificate icon. If all course requirements are completed, you can view and print your certificate of completion for replacement.
If your card is more than five years old, you will need to renew your course training in order to receive a certificate of completion and a new OSHA wallet card.