The Outreach Training Program promotes workplace safety and health, workers' rights, and knowledge about workplace hazards. The Outreach Training courses include education on recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplace, as well as basic safety and health information. The OSHA 10 Hour training is appropriate for workers without supervisory responsibility and provides basic awareness training regarding workplace hazards. The 30 Hour OSHA training is designed for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility and explores topics in more depth and variety.
We offer both Online and Onsite OSHA Outreach training. Our Online Outreach courses are provided through an affiliation with AdvanceOnline Solutions, Inc., who is an OSHA Authorized Online Outreach Provider for this course. For Onsite Outreach training at your location, please request a quote.
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OSHA recommends Outreach training to introduce safety and health to workers, but the courses are voluntary and don’t fulfill training requirements for any OSHA standards. Some states, municipalities, unions, and other employers require their employees to complete Outreach training. The purpose of Outreach courses is to increase knowledge of workplace hazards, safety and health, and learn about workers’ rights. The main benefit of OSHA Outreach training is the promotion of a safety culture through hands-on activities, training on specific topics, as well as topics tailored to the student’s needs.
When people refer to OSHA 30 Certification or OSHA 10 Certification, they generally are referencing completion of Outreach training: an OSHA 30 Hour course or OSHA 10 Hour course. Outreach classes are not considered by OSHA to be certification courses. When the courses are completed, students receive a certificate from HazMat Student and an OSHA 30 card or OSHA 10 card showing course completion. Our Onsite Outreach courses are taught by OSHA-authorized trainers who have met industry safety experience requirements and have completed a training course on applicable OSHA standards. They also have completed a trainer course to become authorized to instruct.