OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training Online
Voluntary OSHA outreach training to help participants develop a general understanding of the Federal OSHA 29 CFR 1926 standards
"Detailed training that gives an in-depth understanding of the dangers that workers face at a construction site."
Lauren Alfonso, Construction Supervisor
"Gave me a good insight into all the dangers when working in construction, and the need for following safety practices."
Tim Summers, Construction Worker
"It’s a long course but well worth it! I think everyone working in construction should take this course."
Micah Williams, Project Manager
Cost: $159.00 / person
30 Hour Course
The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Online Training course is designed for construction industry workers with safety-related job responsibilities. The purpose of this course is to provide such workers with a greater depth of understanding and knowledge of workplace safety and health hazards and best practices to prevent or minimize accidents and injuries at construction sites and to construction workers.
The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program will also provide information on what OSHA requires of you and your employees, including information about hazard communication, GHS, safety inspections, and recordkeeping.
This 30 Hour OSHA Outreach Training Program is voluntary, meaning, it does not meet the training requirements contained in any OSHA standard. However, some states and local jurisdictions, employers, and unions have designated OSHA Outreach Training as mandatory for workers to fulfill their desired safety training goals.
Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor. This card will be provided by UL EHS Sustainability.OSHA Outreach courses are provided in partnership with UL PureSafety, an OSHA-authorized online Outreach provider.
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Some Benefits of Online Training:
The core objective of the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training program is to provide workers who are responsible for or supervise safety practices to understand the hazards prevalent at a construction site with emphasis on how to identify these hazards and avoid, control, or prevent them.
After course completion the learner will be able to:
- Explain the importance of OSHA in providing a safe and healthful workplace to workers covered by OSHA;
- Understand the needs for a safety culture at the worksite;
- Understand the employer’s efforts in ensuring worker safety and health;
- Understand the inspection requirements as recommended by OSHA;
- Prepare record keeping in alignment with OSHA’s standards;
- Comprehend the process of job hazard analysis;
- Understand the safe use of heavy vehicles and loads;
- Recognize and prevent scaffolding hazards;
- Recognize the hazards of working in and around excavations and trenches;
- Recognize the safety and health controls and preventive measures required when using electrical, hand, and power tools and equipment common to construction sites;
- Identify, describe, protect against, and recognize employer’s requirements to protect workers from fall hazards, including slipping and tripping hazards;
- Identify, describe, protect against, and recognize employer’s requirements to protect workers from struck-by, caught-in, or caught -between hazards at constructions sites;
- Understand what is meant by industrial hygiene, identify methods of good housekeeping and the measures that may be implemented;
- Understand how to use ladders correctly and safely to avoid being injured;
- Identify and describe the difference between lockout/tagout procedures;
- Recognize the health and safety concerns related to welding, cutting, and brazing activities;
- Distinguish between aerial and scissor lifts;
- Understand the proper materials handling and storage and stacking processes that must be implemented;
- Understand crane and rigging safety practices;
- Identify preventive measures for ensuring fire safety;
- Comprehend some of the key elements of a hazard communication program;
- Understand the elements of preparing an emergency action plan;
- Identify electoral hazards and understand how to prevent them;
- Understand what a confined space is and the hazards working in a confined space;
- Identify the health hazards associated with cold and heat stress;
- Identify and prevent the health hazards of exposure to asbestos, lead, silica, carbon monoxide, and hydrogen sulfide;
- Appreciate the use of safety data sheets and how to use them;
- Identify the signs and comprehend the hazards of drug, alcohol, and Cannabis use;
- Comprehend the role and responsibilities of a supervisor at a construction site; and
- Recognize the importance of receiving and giving feedback, and reporting on hazards
OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training: Introduction
Lesson 1: Introduction to OSHA
Lesson 2: OSHA Inspections for Construction and Multi-Employer Worksites
Lesson 3: OSHA 300 Recordkeeping Requirements
Lesson 4: Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
Lesson 5: Pre-Job Briefings
Lesson 6: Safety Signs
Lesson 7: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview for Construction: Protective Characteristics
Lesson 8: Personal Protective Equipment Overview for Construction: Using and Maintaining PPE
Lesson 9: Latex Allergy Awareness
Lesson 10: Hearing Conservation
Lesson 11: Respiratory Protection Awareness
Lesson 12: Crystalline Silica Awareness
Lesson 13: Hexavalent Chromium
Lesson 14: Lead Poisoning
Lesson 15: Compressed Air Safety Awareness
Lesson 16: Dust Mask - Voluntary Use Guidelines
Lesson 17: Bench Grinder Safety
Lesson 18: Machine Guarding
Lesson 19: Hand Tool Safety for Construction
Lesson 20: Power Tool Safety for Construction
Lesson 21: Lithium-Ion Battery Awareness
Lesson 22: Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety
Lesson 23: Preventing Cuts and Puncture Wounds
Lesson 24: Struck By, Caught Between - Staying Out of the Line of Fire
Lesson 25: Work Zone Safety
Lesson 26: Excavation and Trenching Safety
Lesson 27: Blocking and Cribbing
Lesson 28: Load Securement for Heavy Equipment
Lesson 29: Concrete and Masonry Awareness
Lesson 30: Blasting Area Safety
Lesson 31: Slips, Trips and Falls for Construction
Lesson 32: Fall Protection
Lesson 33: Aerial and Scissor Lifts
Lesson 34: Scaffold Safety Awareness
Lesson 35: Walking/Working Surfaces
Lesson 36: Guarding Floor Holes and Wall Openings
Lesson 37: Ladder Safety for Construction: Selection and Inspection
Lesson 38: Ladder Safety for Construction: Setup and Use
Lesson 39: Crane Operator Safety
Lesson 40: Crane Hand Signaling Part 1
Lesson 41: Crane Hand Signaling Part 2
Lesson 42: Basic Rigging Principles Part 1
Lesson 43: Basic Rigging Principles Part 2
Lesson 44: Health Hazards in Construction: Introduction
Lesson 45: Health Hazards in Construction: Asbestos Awareness
Lesson 46: Health Hazards in Construction: Crystalline Silica Awareness
Lesson 47: Health Hazards in Construction: Lead Awareness
Lesson 48: Health Hazards in Construction: Special Concerns
Lesson 49: OSHA 30-Hour Midway Progress Report
Lesson 50: Hazard Communication for Construction: Written Program
Lesson 51: Hazard Communication for Construction: How to Use Safety Data Sheets
Lesson 52: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
Lesson 53: Using Eyewashes and Emergency Showers
Lesson 54: Asbestos Hazards Introduction
Lesson 55: Asbestos Hazards Part 1
Lesson 56: Asbestos Hazards Part 2
Lesson 57: Asbestos Hazards Part 3
Lesson 58: Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)
Lesson 59: Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Health Concerns
Lesson 60: Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Methods
Lesson 61: Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Safety Concerns
Lesson 62: Vector-Borne Disease Awareness: Mosquitoes, Ticks and Other Pests
Lesson 63: Heat Stress
Lesson 64: Cold Stress
Lesson 65: Confined Space Awareness for Construction
Lesson 66: Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness
Lesson 67: Safety Everywhere: Carbon Monoxide
Lesson 68: Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety
Lesson 69: Stacking and Storage Practices for Construction
Lesson 70: Materials Handling Practices for Construction
Lesson 71: Powered Industrial Trucks Operators Overview
Lesson 72: Office Safety Awareness
Lesson 73: Preventing Back Injury
Lesson 74: Housekeeping on the Job
Lesson 75: Egress and Emergency Action Plans
Lesson 76: Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 1 - Fight or Flee
Lesson 77: Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 2 - Using Extinguishers
Lesson 78: Hot Work for Construction
Lesson 79: Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
Lesson 80: Hydraulic Safety
Lesson 81: Electrical Arc Flash Awareness
Lesson 82: Electrical Safety for Construction: Cord and Plug Connected Equipment
Lesson 83: Electrical Safety for Construction: Power Lines and Lockout/Tagout
Lesson 84: Defensive Driving - Small Vehicles
Lesson 85: Distracted Driving
Lesson 86: Drugs and Alcohol: The Facts
Lesson 87: Cannabis Awareness
Lesson 88: Personal Factors in Safety
Lesson 89: Safety and You for Construction: Encouraging Safe Work
Lesson 90: Safety and You for Construction: Supervisor Role
Lesson 91: Why Incident Management Matters Introduction
Lesson 92: Integrated Systems - Achieving Organizational Excellence
Lesson 93: Culture of Early Reporting
Lesson 94: WHAT IF? Mentality
Lesson 95: Inspections and Observations
Lesson 96: Giving and Receiving Feedback
Lesson 97: Reporting (Data Entry)
Lesson 98: Incident Investigation
Lesson 99: Tasks and Corrective Actions
Lesson 100: Continuously Improve for Safety Excellence
Lesson 101: OSHA 30-Hour Wrap Up
OSHA Outreach Training Survey
This course is designed by OSHA Certified Outreach Trainer UL EHS Sustainability.
As UL EHS Sustainability is an IACET accredited training provider since 2007 (ID # 109818), they are authorized to issue the IACET CEU.
Participants will receive IACET CEU 3.0 on the successful completion of this course.
Participants who successfully complete OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach online training will receive an OSHA 30 completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.
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There are no prerequisites to this course.
It is important to remember that this OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Outreach Online Training Program provides more detailed information and knowledge on the occupational safety and health hazards and safe work practices for preventing workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities. Employees may also need additional site-specific and hands-on training when required by OSHA standards.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the employer to provide adequate training to employees depending on their job type and experience and to meet OSHA requirements in the process.
This course does not cover any OSHA regulatory standards. It is a voluntary OSHA outreach training program for the construction industry and provides training for workers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in their workplace.
This training will help participants develop a general understanding of the OSHA 29 CFR 1926 standards to prevent construction-related injuries and accidents.
After enrolling for this course, you can complete the course on your own schedule and at your own pace. However, as per OSHA rules, after you launch this course for the first time, you must finish it, including the survey, within 6 months.
Please note that OSHA only allows for 7 ½ hours of training in a 24-hour period.
Yes, you can download a course completion certificate once you have successfully completed the course and scored 70% or higher on your final exam.
As this is an Outreach Training program, you will receive an OSHA 30 completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor on the successful completion of this course. This card will be provided by UL EHS Sustainability.
- Although the OSHA 30 Card does not expire, it is recommended to re-take the OSHA 30 Outreach training every 3-4 years to remain updated as OSHA changes/updates its regulations frequently.
- Some employers may have their own renewal requirements, so this may require you to re-take the course as per their specifications.
- Some states also require workers to re-take the OSHA 30 outreach training and renew their OSHA 30 Cards. So, personnel employed in these states must follow state renewal requirements for the OSHA 30 outreach training and the OSHA 30 Card. For instance, New York state requires personnel to renew their OSHA 30 outreach training every 5 years.
A replacement card can only be issued for a course taken within the last five years and only one replacement card may be issued per student per class.
To obtain a replacement OSHA 30 Card please contact UL EHS Sustainability.