OSHA 30 Hour Training
Help your employees work safely by teaching them how to identify, predict and avoid hazards in the workplace. The 30–hour course is intended to educate workers on common health and safety hazards in the workplace and teach them how to control and prevent those hazards. Most construction workers must receive training about certain job-specific safety concerns, such as general safety and health, personal protective equipment, fall protection and other safety topics as defined by OSHA standards.
What is OSHA 30 Hour Training?
OSHA 30-hour training teaches safety and health information to supervisor-level workers in construction and general industry. It is part of the OSHA Outreach Training Program, which explains serious workplace hazards, workers’ rights, employer responsibilities and how to file an OSHA complaint. Outreach training will help employers meet many of the required training provisions under OSHA standards.
The OSHA 30 hour training will cover :
- Workers rights and employer responsibilities
- Industry specific safety issues
- OSHA required trainings as part of the outreach program
Safety Courses covered in the OSHA 30:
- Hazard communication
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Fall Protection
- Scaffold Safety
- Electrical Safety
- Personal Protective Equipment
- And more
After completing the training, your employees will have:
- Official OSHA 30 Hour Card
Insure Compliance will meet with your staff and conduct in-person training sessions that fulfills the OSHA outreach requirements and will provide you with a Department of Labor (DOL) OSHA 30 card.
Why should I do an OSHA 30 hour training?
Having employees trained to identity and control hazards will continue to improve your business’ safety culture. Employees that have industry-specific safety knowledge can help prevent injuries and keep workplaces safe and productive. This can help with the following areas of your business:
- Fulfill certain general contractor requirements
- Reduce risks and injuries
- Improve your safety culture
- Fulfill some state requirements (Nevada, New York and others)
The OSHA 30 is often Combined With
Injury and Illness Protection Program
An IIPP is the safety manual for your company. Insure Compliance will put together your IIPP so you can comply with OSHA standards and protect your employees.
Insure Compliance can visit your jobsite to ensure safety precautions are followed!
CPR/First Aid Training
We can help you protect your employees by ensuring that they have the most up to date training for First Aid and CPR.
We believe safety and profit are not mutually exclusive
With Insure Compliance, we apply our Safety Gap Model to analyze safety programs and identify gaps that prevent companies from creating safe and profitable work environments.
Our roots in insurance mean we don’t just understand the safety side of the business, but how to implement a safety program that minimizes your risk.
Our Safety Gap Model gets results: lowers costs, less incidents, and reduced insurance costs.
Much of business is about reducing risk. We work with you to implement safety initiatives that reduce risk, moving you to a shared goal of a safer and profitable future.
Lead with Care
We believe safety performance changes when there is a focus on encouragement and teachable moments, not reprimands.