Ohio OSHA Safety Training

Ohio OSHA Safety Training available online and on-site with group discounts.OSHA Safety Training programs for Ohio workers are available from OSHA Pros USA to support Federal OSHA regulations and guidelines. This training is provided on-site at your workplace (with substantial group discounts), or online through computer-led training. A free study guide is provided to help the student study and pass the exam.

Ohio is not a State Plan state,  so 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 state has adopted by reference the federal safety standards (except ionizing and non-ionizing radiation) for public sector employers and has adopted its own stricter requirements for employee rights to refuse work, employee medical records, injury and illness records, and for penalties. The Ohio Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OOSHA) administers and enforces workplace safety and health regulations at private facilities in Ohio. Ohio’s Bureau of Worker’s Compensation (BWC) regulates public sector employers and provides compliance assistance and training services to such employers under the state’s Public Employment Risk Reduction Program (PERRP).

OSHA Safety Training For Non-State Plan States – Ohio

Ohio OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training OnlineOur OSHA Safety Training curriculum for Ohio Construction workers is modeled after OSHA’s Outreach Training Program, which is an online program that consists of two levels of essential safety training.  The first level corresponds to non-supervisory, line workers.  The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training Course covers an overview of OSHA’s tenets for safety practice and risk management.  If taken on line via computer, the worker can complete the course in around two days. At that point they print their certificate of completion denoting their accomplishment. The official Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card will be sent through the mail in a few weeks. If taken on-site with one of our OSHA-Authorized instructors, those cards are issued immediately upon passing the course.

Ohio OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training OnlineThose workers that need their OSHA Safety Training but are not in the construction industry, are encouraged to take the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training Course. This Nationally-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 180 days maximum). The OSHA Wallet Card follows a few weeks later. On-site courses, similarly can be arranged.

OSHA Safety Training can also be provided for supervisors, foremen, line managers and executives on basic safety and the principles of managing risk.  The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course is available through computer-based, online instruction. The course also has a downloadable, FREE study guide. The 30 hour course is typically a four day effort online, but you can take up to 180 days once you start it. 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 that attests to your achievement. Your OSHA Wallet Card is sent to your in a few weeks.

 

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