South Dakota OSHA Safety Training

South Dakota OSHA Safety Training Availble online and on-site through Osha-ProsOSHA Safety Training for South Dakota workers follows Federal OSHA guidelines for essential training of construction and non-construction workers. We provide our OSHA 10 Hour Construction or OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Courses that are Nationally-Approved taught by OSHA-Authorized Instructors. A downloadable, FREE Study Guide is included with all outreach training courses to help the student with the course. Each of these OSHA 10 hour courses takes about two days to complete, and when completed, a certificate of completion is presented for job-related requirements. The Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card is sent within a few weeks in the mail.

The regional OSHA office is located in Sioux Falls.   The South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation manages and enforces state labor, workman’s compensation and safety-related issue for state companies. South Dakota Safety Training Programs follows OSHA Guidelines and directives since it is NOT a state plan participant. Employers must comply with federal regulations and have a duty under the OSH Act of 1970 to provide a safe and healthy work place for all employees.

OSHA Safety Training Requirements for South Dakota Workers

OSHA Safety Training Programs are not specifically addressed in South Dakota State regulations as it does not participate in the OSHA State Plan Program.  A such state employers must comply with OSHA guidelines and directives as described in the OSH Act of 1970. Typically this consists of providing essential safety training for all workers.  Those in the Construction industry should enroll in the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Training Course which gives an overview background on the most common safety hazards and how to prevent injury. For non-construction workers, the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Safety Training Course gives a similar overview. Both of these courses can be provided online through computer-based training and completely within two days.

 

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OSHA Safety Training  Programs can provide courses for constructionsupervisors, foremen, line managers and executives on basic safety and the principles of managing risk. The main construction 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 comes with access to a downloadable, FREE study guide for use in the course and the exams. On 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.

All OSHA Outreach 10-hour and 30-hour courses are available for on-site instruction also. Our OSHA-Authorized Instructors can come to your site and train multiple workers  at the same time, while offering you substantial discounts for groups. Please feel free to Contact Us if you’d like to speak to our professional consultants to arrange a time for your courses. We’ll even do the sign up work for you!

 

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