OSHA 10/30 Courses

For employees and supervisors, these OSHA courses guide you through specific compliance topics allowing you to apply your knowledge, clarify your safety goals and achieve your desired results.

This class will keep you up to date with your compliance knowledge and ignite a commitment to the performance side of safety.

Why Culture Inside Out?

Our safety compliance training is different! Years of experience working through compliance and human performance challenges shape our unique and effective safety training style.

We understand the challenges safety leaders and employees face in a fast-paced, customer-driven work environment.

We also recognize the importance of expertly facilitated instruction and practical application interaction to ensure employee knowledge retention.

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What Does an OSHA Construction Course Cover?

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Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion from the US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

Upcoming OSHA 10/30 Hr Compliance Classes

or construction industry safety leaders, foremen and field supervisors.

This class is perfect for professionals responsible for:

  • Occupational health and safety initiatives
  • OSHA compliance
  • OSHA records and retention
  • Safety Culture Branding
  • Field leadership

More than 10 employees? Let us come to you.
Schedule an on-Site OSHA Course.

2019-2020 OSHA Courses

$899/person $849/groups of 3+ from same company

  • September 9-12, 2019
    GREEN BAY, WI

  • October 7-10, 2019
    DENVER, CO

  • November 4-7, 2019

    CHICAGO, IL
  • January 20-23, 2020
    LAS VEGAS, NV

  • March 2-5, 2020

    MINNEAPOLIS, MN

  • May 18-21, 2020

    APPLETON, WI

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Course Types

OSHA 10

Course Length: 1 ½ Days
10-hour session is intended for entry-level employees.

This class will introduce the participants to the OSHA standards and requirements as they pertain to the construction industry.
Attendees are provided with general awareness about recognizing and preventing hazards commonly found in the workplace.

Additional benefits of this OSHA-authorized safety training is prevention of worksite hazards, understanding how human behavior impact safety practices, employer and employee responsibilities and valuable tools to create a safe work culture.

Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion from the US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

OSHA 30

Course Length: 3 ½ Days
30-hour session is valuable for safety leaders.

This course will introduce the participants to the OSHA standards and requirements as they pertain to the construction industry. This course contains complete information about OSHA standards and regulations covered under OSHA 29 CFR 1926.

Additional benefits of the customized OSHA-authorized safety training is prevention of worksite hazards, understanding how human behavior impact safety practices, employer and employee responsibilities and valuable tools to create a safe work culture.

FAQ

What do you get from an OSHA Construction Class?
OSHA Construction Classes are created to educate and showcase proven ways to:

  • protect workers from workplace hazards,
  • provide protective equipment and hazard recognition and avoidance techniques, and
  • implement a safety and health culture brand of excellence.

Participants take away the performance tools and compliance knowledge needed to confidently apply OSHA regulations and best practices to daily workload demands.

Who benefits from taking the OSHA 30 construction compliance class?
This class benefits safety leaders, foremen, and field supervisors.

Who benefits from taking the OSHA 10 construction compliance class?
This class benefits employees in high-risk positions.

Why does an OSHA Class matter?
OSHA believes training is an essential part of a safety culture that protects workers from injuries and illnesses. Many OSHA standards explicitly require safety and health training that provides workers with the skills and knowledge to safely do their work. When workers have to handle hazardous substances and equipment to do their jobs, their employers must train them how to do so safely.