Comprehensive safety courses help you meet OSHA training requirements.
Workplace Safety Training Courses
Our comprehensive safety courses help you comply with OSHA training requirements while training your employees to recognize job site hazards, avoid preventable accidents, and improve efficiency.
Build a Safety Culture with Interactive, Flexible, Ready-to-Go Training Modules
Our workplace safety training courses cover everything from active shooter training to construction site safety policies. Whether you’re looking for specific forklift training to fulfill your OSHA requirements or more foundational safety and health program management training, we have a microlearning safety course for your workplace.
Think Safety Training Doesn’t Apply to Your Industry?
Even corporate offices need to be trained on fire prevention, first aid, and how to respond to an active shooter situation.
These mobile-friendly modules will help you and your employees create an effective workplace safety plan, as well as learn to identify hazards, report them, and deal with incidents.
Understanding OSHA’s Safety Training Rules
What is OSHA?
The United States Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 1970 to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women. OSHA sets and enforces safety standards and provides training, outreach, education, and assistance.
Does OSHA certify eLearning courses?
OSHA does not certify eLearning. OSHA does offer a 10-hour and 30-hour Outreach Training Program card that must be completed and completion-certified by an OSHA-authorized instructor.
Does OSHA require completion of the 10-hour and 30-hour training cards?
The Outreach Training Program is voluntary. Outreach training does NOT fulfill the training requirements found in OSHA standards. The 10-hour card focuses more on general workplace safety and health and informing workers about workplace hazards and their rights. The 30-hour card provides more in-depth and industry-specific information. Employers are responsible for providing additional training for workers that encounter certain workplace hazards, like chemicals or other hazardous materials, as noted in many OSHA standards.
What do these off-the-shelf safety courses cover?
These courses are designed to align with the safety training requirements listed in the OSHA standards for workers who may encounter certain workplace hazards.