Maine OSHA Safety Training

Maine OSHA Safety Training now available both online and on-site at big discountsOSHA-Pros professionals are available to provide your company with OSHA-approved courses for your Maine OSHA Safety Training. This includes OSHA 10 Hour Construction as well as OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training. Our team of OSHA-Authorized professionals have been in the industry since 1971, providing experienced leadership and the highest quality safety training. Individuals can take their training online and receive their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card. These 10-hour courses provide the essential basics for OSHA safety regulations and best practices.


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Maine OSHA Safety Training For All Industries Statewide

Originally inhabited by several indigenous tribes of people, Maine  was settled by the French in 1604.  A few years later an English settlement of the Plymouth Colony was established. Several English settlements were founded into the 1620s. Maine was part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until 1820 when it voted to secede from Massachusetts. On March 15, 1820, it was admitted to the Union as the 23rd state under the Missouri Compromise. Economically, Maine’s agricultural outputs include poultry, eggs, dairy products, cattle, wild blueberries, apples, maple syrup and maple sugar.  Fishing is still somewhat of a economic input especially lobstering and groundfishing. Maine’s industrial outputs consist chiefly of paper, lumber and wood products, electronic equipment, leather products, food products, textiles, and bio-technology. Naval shipbuilding and construction remain key as well, with Bath Iron Works in Bath and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery.

Maine OSHA Safety Training is a key focus area for all industries statewide. Maine is not an OSHA “state-plan” state, so companies and industries must comply with Federal regulations and the OSH Act.    OSHA provides compliance and enforcement.  OSHA Safety Training includes two major levels of awareness and proficiency. The 10-hour courses are primarily for line workers in both construction and general industry. The  30-hour courses online for supervisory and management-level training, where a more detailed understanding is required. Both 10-hour and 30-hour courses follow OSHA guidelines and are approved by OSHA, taught by OSHA-authorized instructors.

Online or On-site Maine OSHA Safety Training Available

Employees that want a competitive advantage for jobs in Maine, will want to invest in their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card. Our Maine OSHA Safety Training program offers both the OSHA 10 Hour Construction wallet card and the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry wallet card. Both courses can be taking online through your computer is as little as two days.  For supervisors, we offer the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course and the OSHA 30 Hour General Industry course online, als0.

Companies can take advantage of group rate discounts by allowing our OSHA-Authorized professionals to teach these same courses on-site at your facility. On-site 10-hour and 30-hour courses offer advantages to companies that are investing in training on a bulk level. On-site courses can include detail company standards information, company alert programs, reporting and other specific requirements in addition to the regulatory information normally presented. Because of the discounts, we can provide you special pricing and billing terms competitively in the market. Call us toll-free today at 1-866-442-OSHA for more benefits of on-site training or complete our request form here.







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