10 hour OSHA online training courses in New Hampshire

New Hampshire OSHA Safety Training includes OSHA 10 Hour and OSHA 30 Hour Construction courses online and on-site.OSHA Safety Training Courses for Nevada Workers are provided via online curriculum with our OSHA 10 Hour Construction or OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Courses. These courses are Nationally Approved and are taught by OSHA-Authorized Instructors. The courses come with access to a downloadable, FREE Study Guide to help with the course and the exams. Each of these OSHA 10 hour courses takes about two days to complete. Once you’ve completed the final exam you may immediately print out your certificate of completion for job-related requirements. Your Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card will be sent to you within 4-6 weeks in the mail.

New Hampshire is not a “state plan” state.  This means that the state does not have a federally approved occupational safety and health regulatory program. Therefore the federal OSH Act governs occupational safety and health requirements in the private sector workplace. Public sector (state and local government operations) employers in the state are excluded from coverage under federal workplace safety and health rules. New Hampshire, however, has adopted its own rules to govern safety and health in public sector workplaces for hazard communication, inspections, record keeping, penalties, safety practices, and training. The New Hampshire Department of Labor monitors employees, worker’s compensation, and insurance carriers to insure that they are in compliance with state labor laws. Its Inspection Division investigates and enforces NH safety statutes enacted by the State Legislature.

OSHA Safety Training Special State Requirements for New Hampshire

Special note for New Hampshire OSHA Safety Training: According to New Hampshire State law that went into effect in 2007, all on-site employees, working on publicly funded (including state, or local municipality) projects of $100,000 or more, must complete the OSHA 10 Hour Construction course prior to beginning work. An employee who has not completed the program is subject to removal from the work site after 15 days of being found to be non-compliant.

The New Hampshire law provides for penalties to the employer of up to $2,500 and a civil penalty of $100 per employee for each day of noncompliance.

In virtually all situations, our course certificate of completion for the OSHA 10 Construction course is accepted as proper proof of your compliance with the State Law requirement as is your OSHA Wallet Card.

 

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Our curriculum for your OSHA Safety Training also has courses for supervisors, foremen, line managers and executives on basic safety and the principles of managing risk. This course is longer, four days, and covers much more material at a deeper depth. The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course is available through computer-based, online instruction. The course is also available with access to its downloadable, FREE study guide. With this 30 hour course, the student may take up to 180 days to complete the course once started. On all computer online courses, logins to multiple computers are allowed with no limit to the number of logins you take to complete the course in the established time frame.

 

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