Georgia OSHA Safety Training

Georgia OSHA Safety Training is now available through online, computer-based Training.Georgia OSHA Safety Training is provided to workers through the federal OSHA Outreach Training Program courses. These courses  are available both online, through self-paced computer training  and on-site courses provided under the OSHA Outreach Training Program. Since Georgia is not a State Plan state, employers operate under the federal guidelines established under the OSH Act of 1970. The OSHA General Duty Clause mandates that all companies provide a safe environment for their workers.

The Georgia Department of Public Health (GDPH) overseas all governmental surveillance and compliance of state and federal regulations and directives. The Georgia Occupational Health and Safety Surveillance Program, part of GDPH,  uses it’s endeavors to monitor workplace related injuries and illnesses, then use that information to create new guidelines that will help prevent those risks to the State’s workforce. More than four million people age 16 years and older make up Georgia’s workforce.


Georgia OSHA Safety Training For Non-State Plan States

Georgia OSHA Safety Training 10 Hour Construction Outreach Course OnlineGeorgia OSHA Safety Training is suggested and encouraged through the various Georgia state agencies.  Georgia is not an OSHA State Plan participant. While the Georgia monitors workplace compliance, company compliance is largely based in federal OSHA regulations, guidelines, rules and directives. OSHA established the OSHA Outreach Training Program to provide workers with an easy way to study and receive their OSHA Wallet Card.  For construction workers, this includes the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training Course which is an essential training course that covers a wide variety of OSHA monitored safety hazards. Once you enroll in the course, you can use the FREE Study Guide to complete the content in just two days. If you need more time, you can take up to 90 days to complete the course.  At the end, upon passing the final exam, you’ll immediately receive a certificate of completion. Your OSHA Wallet Card will be send within a few weeks from The Department of Labor.

Georgia OSHA Safety Training 10 Hour General Industry Online Outreach Course>Those workers that need their Georgia OSHA Safety Training but are not in the construction industry, are encouraged to take the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training Course. This OSHA-Accepted course covers the essential training for workers that are in manufacturing, distribution, health care, institutions of education and other non-construction industries. Similarly, the 10 hour course can be taken on line and finished in a two-day time period (with up to 90 days maximum). The OSHA Wallet Card follows a few weeks later.

Georgia OSHA Safety Training also has courses for supervisors, foremen, line managers and executives on basic safety and the principles of managing risk.  The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course and the OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Course are available through computer-based, online instruction. These courses also are available with FREE study guides. The 30 hour courses are typically a four day effort online. The instructions allows you to log in and out of multiple computers to take your training. At the successful end of the course you’ll get your certificate of completion with is an interim document until your OSHA Wallet Card is sent to your in a few weeks from the Department of Labor.


Enroll in the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course Online Enroll in the OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course Online

Click here to see your Online Options for Hazwoper Training

Georgia OSHA Safety Training On-Site Now Available At Group Discounts

OSHA Outreach Courses Powered by

Our Outreach Training Courses are powered by
An OSHA-Accepted Provider
Customer Support: 1-800-442-1149
Email Outreach Instructor Matt Luman at
All Outreach Courses result in their respective DOL OSHA Wallet Card

Share with others...
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Share on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on StumbleUponDigg this