About this Course
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What is OSHA 10 Online Construction Training?
If you work in construction, you need to know how to spot, avoid, and report the safety and health risks you encounter on a daily basis. Our OSHA-10 Online Outreach Training for Construction ensures you understand how to navigate common job-site hazards so that you feel safe at work.
Additionally, the course will help you increase your knowledge about construction-specific safety measures under OSHA 29 CFR 1926.
For instance, our OSHA 10 Hour Training Course will teach you the best practices for safeguarding against the top causes of fatalities and accidents in construction. This online course covers how to prevent slipping, tripping, getting struck by an object, electrocution, and getting caught in between objects or machinery.
You should also have an understanding of your employer’s responsibility for workplace safety, as well as the rights OSHA gives you as a worker. That’s why you'll learn how to file a complaint if your workplace isn't living up to its safety obligations.
What Is OSHA 10 Certification?
You may be surprised to hear that OSHA does not certify workers, meaning there's actually no such thing as an OSHA certification. Instead, OSHA requires employers to train their employees in the specific safety and health aspects of their jobs.
That being said, the closest thing to OSHA 10 certification is OSHA Outreach training, as passing their exam results in an official Department of Labor OSHA 10 card.
Who Should Take OSHA-10 Construction Online Industry Training?
This course is for entry-level employees doing construction work. Examples of construction jobs include carpenters, electricians, laborers, masons, plumbers, sheet metal workers, tile workers, and welders.
If you don’t work in construction, but still need 10-Hour OSHA online training, we have a separate general industry course.
What You Get
Official DOL card – shipped within 2 weeks
Who Should Take the Training?
Entry-level construction workers
Courses Available 24/7
OSHA 29 CFR 1926
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The OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Training Program is intended to provide an entry-level construction worker's general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site. OSHA recommends Outreach Training Program courses as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Workers must receive additional training, when required by OSHA standards, on the specific hazards of the job. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA Construction Outreach DOL course completion card within 2 weeks.
- Given OSHA historical events and current information, the student will be able to explain the importance of OSHA in providing a safe and healthful workplace to workers covered by OSHA.
- Recognize OSHA Standards references applicable to specific hazardous conditions and practices (Introduction to OSHA Standards)
- Recognize the aspects of 1926 Subpart C (General Safety and Health Provisions)
- Implement preventative measures for accidents in their workplace (Subpart D - Occupational health and Environmental Controls)
- Describe types of personal protective equipment (PPE), and the requirements for use in OSHA standards (Subpart E - Personal Protective Equipment)
- Recognize the requirements for fire protection in the workplace (Subpart F - Fire Protection and Prevention)
- Identify types of rigging equipment used to protect employees (Subpart H - Rigging; Subpart N - Cranes and Rigging)
- Identify the critical health and safety hazards of welding and cutting in the construction industry (Subpart J - Welding and Cutting)
- Identify common electrical hazards and related OSHA standards (Subpart K - Electrical Standards)
- Understand the importance of scaffolding for workers in elevated workplaces (Subpart L - Scaffolding)
- Implement measures for protecting workers and equipment from dangerous falls (Subpart M - Fall Protection)
- Recognize the hazards associated with working in or around excavation sites (Subpart P - Excavations)
- Identify the safety requirements necessary to protect workers around concrete and masonry jobs (Subpart Q - Concrete and Masonry)
- Identify the precautions and hazards to protect workers using explosives or blasting agents (Subpart T - Demolition)
- Protect workers who perform jobs on or around stairways or ladders at worksites (Subpart X - Stairways and Ladders)
- List and describe the hazards and prevalence of confined spaces
- Module 1: Introduction to OSHA
- Module 2: OSHA Focus Four Hazards
- Module 3: Personal Protective Equipment
- Module 4: Health Hazards in Construction
- Module 5: Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators and Conveyors
- Module 6: Stairways and Ladders
- Module 7: Lead Exposure
- Module 8: Asbestos Exposure
How does taking OSHA Training online work?
All of our online OSHA training courses can be taken from the convenience of your home. Not only do our courses allow you to fulfill OSHA requirements at home, but they are also self-paced and can be completed whenever you wish within a year of your purchase.
What are the Rules for OSHA Online Training?
For OSHA Online Outreach training programs, students must:
- Spend at least 600 minutes or 10 hours in the course.
- Only spend a maximum of 7 hours and 30 minutes on the course each day.
- Complete a survey evaluating the course upon completion.
- Pass all OSHA 10 tests and the final exam with a score of at least 70% in three attempts or less.
- Only access the OSHA Outreach training within U.S. Jurisdiction.
How Long Do I Have To Complete OSHA Training?
After enrolling, your course is valid for 12 months, so you can access it any time during this period. However, after the first time you launch the course, OSHA rules state you must finish it, including the survey, within 6 months.
Additionally, if you fail all attempts at quizzes or the final exam, you will no longer be able to access the course.
I Finished the 10-Hour Outreach Training Course. When Will I Receive My Department of Labor (DOL) Card?
When you successfully complete the course and pass the final exam, you will receive an OSHA 10-hour DOL card in the mail in 2 weeks.
How Do I Get Proof of Completion While I Am Waiting for My DOL Card?
Upon completion of the course, return to your "My Training" page and click the certificate icon. If you’ve completed the course requirements, you will be able to view and print your temporary certificate of completion.
How Long Does OSHA 10 Last?
There is no expiration date on the DOL card. However, due to frequent changes in OSHA regulations we recommend you renew your training every 3-4 years.
Additionally, some states or employers may have their own renewal requirements. For example, New York and Nevada require you to retake the course every five years.
Please check with your employer or state for additional requirements.
What Can I Do If I Lose My DOL Card?
You may request a replacement DOL card by contacting our Support Team at (877) 881-2235 or email@example.com, or you can order a replacement card online. Please be aware there is a fee for replacing a card.
What If I Need a Refund for My Construction Training Course?
If for some reason you are not happy and would like a refund, send us a request within 72 hours of purchase. Here are the eligibility requirements you must meet:
- Your purchase was made no more than 72 hours prior to your refund request.
- You have NOT:
- Attempted any portion of a test or exam.
- Requested or been issued a certificate of completion.
- Completed 50% or more of the purchased course.
If you meet all of these criteria, submit your refund request in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a proof-of-purchase receipt and an explanation for why you are requesting a refund.
You can find more information about our refund policy here.