OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Course

OSHA Outreach Training Course for Construction Professionals

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The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Outreach Training Course is designed for all construction workers to get their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card for their entry to the job site.

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Are you currently a construction worker? Are you looking to enter the construction industry?

You should know that Construction is a high hazard industry that comprises a wide range of activities involving construction, alteration, and/or repair. For instance, it includes residential construction, bridge erection, roadway paving, excavations, demolitions, and large scale painting jobs. Construction workers engage in many activities that may expose them to serious hazards, such as falling from rooftops, unguarded machinery, being struck by heavy construction equipment, electrocutions, silica dust, and asbestos.

Construction safety is paramount!

Every construction worker should take an OSHA-approved course in basic safety. In some locations in the U.S. it is mandatory that you take a course before you are allowed on the jobsite.

Get your OSHA-approved training  done with us, today! It’s online, easy and can be done in as little as two days!

This training course is for any professional who works in construction. The purpose of this course is to outline the regulations set up by OSHA for construction workers and employers. This course ensures compliance with OSHA standards and, more importantly, the safety of construction workers.

Once you have completed our course, and pass the final examination, we will send you your  Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card, as proof that you have completed the 10-hour requirement. This card is valid for all 50 states.


In January, 2017, South Dakota-based construction company, Kempf Construction Inc., was cited for multiple violations stemming from a trench-box collapse which resulted in the severe injury of a 40-year old equipment operator. OSHA found five serious violations and issued a proposed penalty of $40,538.

The violations occurred when a Sioux Falls contractor was working in a 16-foot trench. During his work, a large amount of dirt fell into the trench box in which the man was positioned, and the trench collapsed upon him, severely injuring him.

OSHA found that Kempf Construction failed to provide adequate protection, failed to properly secure ladder for trench entry/exit, and failed to discontinue trench operations when hazardous conditions were made apparent.

Because of these break-downs in protocol, a man suffered a debilitating injury that could affect his ability to work for the rest of his life.

More than 22 workers lost their life in trench collapses in 2016. And, before OSHA was created, 43 years ago, an estimated 14,000 workers were killed on the job every year. Safety is paramount! Not only does it save lives, it also saves employers money. Fines from OSHA can range from $5000 up into the hundreds of thousands of dollars, not to mention liability lawsuits that accompany serious, preventable accidents!


The OSHA 10 Hour Construction course should be taken by those responsible for any level of job safety.  It covers the basic principles of occupational safety and health standards set forth by OSHA 29 CFR 1926.

The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Training Course is extremely valuable for entry level construction employees. The resulting OSHA Wallet Card is valid in all 50 states. Others that might benefit from this course would be engineers, safety professionals, superintendents, construction foreman and supervisors that have not taken any OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training.


The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online training course provides a general overview on how to prevent safety incidents in workplace environments.  Additionally, workers are trained to recognize safety hazards and potential risks. Specific topics that will be covered:

  • A basic introduction to OSHA
  • Workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint
  • The Focus Four Hazards: Falls, Electrocution, Struck-by, and Caught-In or Between
  • Personal Protective or Lifesaving Equipment (PPE)
  • Health Hazards in Construction
  • Elective Study: Various Lifts, Excavations, Materials Handling, Storage/Use/Disposal, Scaffolds, Stairways/Ladders, Hand/Power Tools


Once the coursework is completed, you will be given a comprehensive test over the material. Upon passing this test you will earn 10 credit hours for the course and receive an interim OSHA Wallet Card as proof of your completion. The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Course is divided into sections that are presented interactively. The course follows the FREE downloadable Study Guide. After each section, you must complete and successfully pass a quiz. You will not be allowed to progress to the next section without passing each quiz. You must earn a score of 70% on the final exam to pass the entire course. You will have 3 chances to pass the final exam.


Being able to identify the protocol for various workspaces and equipment is crucial to maintaining compliance with OSHA standards. With a great variety of environments (confined space, trench, roofing, scaffolding, etc.) and equipment (welding, hand-tools, derricks, lifts) to consider, the construction worker must be able to quickly identify and apply the protocols. When you work-in the handling of potentially hazardous or combustible materials, a training course like ours becomes extremely useful.

OSHA or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labor. The agency was established under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, passed under former U.S. President, Richard Nixon, in 1970. OSHA officially formed in April of 1971. The agency’s mission is to assure safe and healthful working conditions for men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance. OSHA is also charged with enforcing a variety of whistleblower statutes and regulations.

Today, OSHA plays a major role in protecting company owners and employees. An important function of the agency is to raise awareness, not only in the industrial sector, but in the public at large, as to what the responsibility of the company and individual is to ensure safety and compliance in the workplace. OSHA also plays a critical part in protecting the rights of the individual employee to speak up about any way in which they or the company may be in danger or non-compliant.


Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (CWHSSA)

This act is particularly important to construction workers because it outlines fair pay for federally contracted work over 40 hours and prohibits unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous working conditions on federally contracted or funded construction projects.

This act outlines provisions for a number of items, like, unpaid wages, work hours, safety programs, contractor certification, and health and safety standards in building trades.

Without this act, the fair pay, safety, and protection of construction workers at federal construction sites would not be ensured.

Davis-Bacon Act of 1931

This act is of equal importance to construction workers because it covers contracts for federal projects in excess of $2,000. Much like the CWHSSA, the Davis-Bacon Act of 1931 addresses a number of items that affect construction workers, like work-hours, wages, and fringe benefits. This act sought to make sure that construction workers were getting paid their fair share for work, according to the prevailing wage.

This act is important in the history of collective bargaining and addresses four different branches of construction: residential, heavy, buildings, and highway.

The long-reaching effects of this legislation include negotiation for improved pay and comprehensive benefit packages for salaried construction employees. Many standard items in a worker’s contract, today, come as a result of the labor and wage negotiations that took place in years past. Construction work has always been a part of those negotiations.


DO NOT BE CONFUSED BY OTHER COMPANIES ADVERTISING CERTIFICATION. These are either illegal or they are lesser courses that DO NOT result in your Department of Labor Wallet Card. Taking such a course is a waste of money and your precious time! OSHA DOES NOT CERTIFY ANYONE! DON’T BE FOOLED.

Be sure you look for your supplier to guarantee OSHA-Acceptance in ALL 50 States. We do! All of our Outreach courses for Construction Training are approved in in every state!


You can easily go through your Construction course in two days. OSHA limits you to taking a maximum of eight (8) hours per day. Since it’s a 10 Hour Course, you can split the time between two days, such as a weekend and finish before work the following Monday! We’ll give you a temporary certificate proving you passed the exam while you wait for your DOL OSHA Wallet Card!

Are your weekends busy? No problem. Take the course little at a time based on YOUR schedule! You can take up to a full 6 months to finish the course and take the exam!  It’s ALL about you! And, you can work on the course ANYWHERE you have a computer hooked up to the internet.



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Construction safety standards and regulations are important to be able to identify, not only in the construction workplace, but in most environments. Construction sites can be found on highways, in malls, on college campuses, or even in a home. Anywhere that there are potentially hazardous materials, dangerous equipment, or a risk of fall or structural collapse, the protocols learned in our course can serve you well. Enrolling in the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Course has numerous benefits. The training course is recognized and accepted in all 50 states and is transferable. Once you enroll, you have a full six(6) months to complete the course. You may log into your course from multiple computers and/or locations. You are allowed to have up to 7.5 hours of online study per day. This means you can complete your training in less than two days if needed! A FREE PDF study guide is available to download and print to use with the narrated class. After completing all coursework, you will receive a Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card.

If you need to set up a corporate account or desire information on discounted rates, please contact us at 1-866-442-6742. We also have safety trainers available to visit your work site to provide the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training face to face They can  also provide customized presentations on requested topics. Please inquire about these services by contacting us at the number above.

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