North Carolina OSHA Safety Training

North Carolina OSHA Safety Training provides course of classroom and online instructionNorth Carolina OSHA Safety Training  support state laws, regulations, mandates and directives for essential training in basic safety best practices. For construction workers, this typically means you should take the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course. If you are in a non-construction job, your position may require you to take the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course. Both courses lead to the acquisition of the Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card. Either course can be completed in just two (2) days and you get a free study guide. All of this at the lowest price on the internet, guaranteed.  If you need other specialty OSHA courses, such as Fall Protection Training, Hazwoper Training, Confined Space Entry Training, or even Miner Safety Training, you can sign up for these and complete these on line also! All courses are taught by OSHA-Authorized Instructors. All courses are accepted by OSHA in all 50 States.

 

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North Carolina OSHA Safety Training For All Industries Statewide

North Carolina, the Tar Heel State, was the 12th of the 13 original colonies, becoming a state in November of 1789. The state consists of 100 counties, and is home to two of the top ten fastest growing cities in America: Raleigh and Charlotte. Historically, the state’s economy was centered around three major industries: tobacco, textiles, and furniture-making. However in more modern times, the State has highly diversified domestic product in to other industries such as biotechnology, engineering, energy and finance. North Carolina is widely known as being one of the major centers for technology innovation and implementation, many times working with the medical universities of the State. The Construction industry of the state employs around 200,000 workers and has been on an increase for the past two years. Trade, transportation and Utilities is the leading industrial employer with nearly 800,000 workers. Manufacturing employees number around 462,000. North Carolina is home to some of the most premier golf courses in America including Wade Hampton,  Pinehurst,  Mountaintop, Eagle Point and Diamond Creek, all of which are listed in the top 100 courses in America as rated by Golf Magazine.

In September of 1976 OSHA certified North Carolina’s state plan for heath and safety management. The North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Division is part of the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL), which is headed by the Commissioner. The main office is located in Raleigh, North Carolina. You can view the OSHA State Plan for North Carolina here.  NCDOL has jurisdiction over all private sector and state and local government employers and workers within the state.  OSHA maintains jurisdiction in North Carolina  over  federal workers, the United States Postal Service, private sector maritime activities, work on Indian reservations, railroad work, enforcement on military bases, and the American National Red Cross.

NCDOL has adopted the following unique state standards as stated in the plan:

General Industry

  • Hazardous Materials
  • Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution

Construction

  • General Safety and Health Provisions
  • Occupational Health and Environmental Controls
  • Personal Protective Equipment and Life-Saving Equipment
  • Steel Erection
  • Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Toxic and Hazardous Substances

Addition State-Specific Standards

  • Communication Towers
  • Blasting and Use of Explosives
  • Agriculture
  • Maritime
  • Access to Medical Records

State workers are governed by North Carolina safety laws for education and training purposes. Our OSHA Outreach Training programs for Construction and General Industry are designed to comply with all North Carolina OSHA Safety Training criteria and are accepted in all 50 states, including North Carolina.

Online or On-site North Carolina OSHA Safety Training Available

North Carolina OSHA Safety Training Programs are in lock step

For those workers employed in the construction industry in North Carolina, our  OSHA 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course  may be a prerequisite for working at a job site. For all non-construction jobs, the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course is suggested for online use. These courses provide the essential safety training suggested by NCDOL.  Those needing to obtain their OSHA Wallet Card quickly can take and complete their 10 hour course within two (2) days and immediately receive a temporary OSHA Wallet Card Certificate that serves as a proof of your subject matter mastery. The actual OSHA Wallet Card will follow in the mail within 4-6 weeks.  Supervisors and managers that are required or encouraged to get advanced level safety training, will want to take the OSHA 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course online which can be completed within four (4) days.

On-site training provides a unique benefit of learning with co-workers. Our seasoned professionals will come to your site and present one or both of the courses for all workers. Another benefit, is that you get the added benefit of group activities and custom, company content in the course.  We offer substantial group rate discounts  to on-site courses taught by our OSHA-Certified Instructors.

 

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North Carolina OSHA Safety Training On-Site Now Available with Group Discounts




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