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Missouri OSHA Safety Training Now Available both Online via Computer and On-Site with big discounts.Missouri OSHA Safety Training Programs and mandates are controlled by the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DOLIR). The federal OSH Act of 1970 and some state regulations govern private sector employers. There is currently no enforcement of safety and health regulations for public sector (state and municipal employers) workplaces. OSHA administers and enforces job safety and health rules for private sector workplaces in Missouri.

Consultation programs are available free of charge to help employers develop and implement worker safety and health programs that comply with federal safety rules through the DOLIR. The Division of Labor Standards provides a free and confidential consultation service for private sector employers to assist them in complying with federal OSHA. Upon request from an employer, trained industrial hygienists and safety consultants visit the workplace, inform the employer of problems found, and offer recommendations for elimination of those hazards. To receive such DOLIR services, businesses must meet the following conditions:

  • Be located in the state of Missouri.
  • Have 250 or fewer employees at any one site and fewer than 500 employees total.
  • Complete and submit a request for DOLIR service to be put on the backlog.
  • Be privately owned.

Missouri OSHA Safety Training Special State Requirements

The construction industry is specifically regulated under the Construction Safety Training Act.  Missouri OSHA Safety Training Programs strictly follow the safety requirements defined in the Act. Th Act contains provisions requiring all contractors and subcontractors who enter into contracts with public bodies for construction of public works to train their on-site employees regarding the potential hazards they may encounter while working on the project. The training may be accomplished by providing a standard OSHA 10 Hour Construction course or similar program provided it is as stringent as the OSHA 10 hour program and approved by the Division of Labor Standards and meets the required safety training. On-site employees who have not completed required safety training within 60 days of beginning work on a project at the latest must be removed from the project and the employer will be subject to penalties as described in the Act. On-site employees who cannot provide proper documentation of completion of required safety training when requested will be given 20 days to produce the documentation before being removed from the project and before their employers will be subject to penalties.


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OSHA 10 Hour Courses for Missouri Workers

Federal OSHA guidelines and regulations have set forth standards for essential safety training through their Outreach Training Program. Missouri OSHA Safety Training guidelines include basic and advanced safety training for both construction and non-construction workers. Our online courses are 100% OSHA-Accepted Courses for those workers in Missouri and all 50 states.

For construction workers, our OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training Course satisfies the requirements stated in the Construction Safety Training Act.  Non-construction workers in industries such as manufacturing, distribution. logistics, health care, education and others may need to enroll in the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training Course.  Both courses are available online, through computer-based training, with FREE Study Guides. Employees and contractors can complete the course in as little as two days (but you have up to 90 days to complete the course once you start). After successful completion of the course, a Certificate of Course Completion is issued and serves as proof of your training. The Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card will be sent in the mail within a few weeks.

OSHA 30 Hour Courses for Missouri Workers

Missouri OSHA Safety Training  may also include valuable instruction at the supervisor level and above. Construction company management, foremen, line supervisors and executives should enroll in this OSHA-Accepted Instruction. The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Industry Training Course can be taken online or on-site in about four days and contain more detailed information on managing safety risks.

Executives and line management individuals in the non-construction industries, may obtain similar advanced training by enrolling in the OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Training Course, which also takes about four days.

Both courses are accompanied by a Course Study Guide FREE of charge. Similar to their 10 hour course counterparts, the student receives a certificate of course completion immediately upon successful passing of the final exam. The appropriate OSHA Wallet Card follows within a few weeks.

All courses, 10 hour and 30 hour, are completely OSHA-Accepted. The courses can be taken online or through group training at the company.  Those choosing on-site training will receive corporate discounts and preferred billing accommodations.


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