Wyoming OSHA Safety Training

Wyoming OSHA Safety Training Can be obtained through online OSHA Outreach Training coursesOSHA Safety Training programs for Wyoming workers are based around essential safety concepts prescribed by OSHA. These courses can be provided both online and on-site. The online content is in the form of the OSHA Outreach Training guidelines, and upon completion, the student receives their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card.

Wyoming workers in the construction industry are encouraged to enroll in our  OSHA 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course. For those workers that are not in construction, the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course is provided as the recommended course.  Both 10-hour courses are provided with access to a downloadable, FREE Study Guide.  All of this is offered at the lowest price on the internet, guaranteed. The courses have been reviewed and are Nationally Accepted in all 50 states.  All courses are taught by OSHA-Authorized Instructors.

 

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OSHA Safety Training For All Wyoming Industries Statewide

Several Native American groups originally inhabited the region now known as Wyoming. The Crow, Arapaho, Lakota, and Shoshone were a few of the original inhabitants encountered when white explorers first entered the region. Congress admitted Wyoming into the Union as the 44th state on July 10, 1890, after a long period of Spanish and later Mexican occupation.

The mineral extraction industry, including coal, coal-based methane, natural gas, crude oil, trona, diamonds and uranium rank as one of the largest economic inputs to the state of Wyoming. The state enjoys vigorous travel and tourism sector also. The federal government owns about 50% of its landmass, while 6% is controlled by the state. Total taxable values of mining production in Wyoming for 2001 was over $6.7 billion. Agriculture is still an essential part of Wyoming’s culture and lifestyle, though less so economically. The main agricultural commodities produced in Wyoming include livestock (beef), hay, sugar beets, grain (wheat and barley), and wool.

In December of 1980, OSHA certified Wyoming’s state plan for health and safety management. The Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Wyoming OSHA) is part of the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. The main office is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. You may view the Wyoming State OSHA Plan here. The Wyoming State Plan applies to all state and local government and private sector workplaces in the state, with the exception of federal workers (including those employed at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks), the United States Postal Service, private sector maritime, employment at Warren Air Force Base and at the Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserve in Casper, and certain agricultural operations (field sanitation and temporary labor camps) which are subject to OSHA jurisdiction.

Wyoming OSHA adopts all federal standards identically except for 1910 Subparts A, B, and C, and 1926 Subparts A and B, which have been reworded to reflect the Wyoming Safety Act. New standards are promulgated by the State of Wyoming within six months of promulgation by the Secretary of Labor. Wyoming cannot adopt standards that are more stringent than corresponding federal standards, but can adopt standards for industries not covered by OSHA.

Wyoming has adopted the federal record keeping and reporting requirements identical to the federal rule; Wyoming has unique standards that cover Oil and Gas Well Drilling, Servicing, Special Servicing, and Anchor Tester Requirements. OSHA does not have specific standards for this industry. Wyoming has a unique Child Labor standard.

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

Online or On-site OSHA Safety Training Available for Wyoming Workers

With the advent of Wyoming’s OSHA State Plan, state officials are in charge of the enforcement of local and state safety regulations and directives. State regulators and inspectors encourage workers in construction jobs to knowledgeable regarding essential safety precautions and identification of risks. The same is true for those in non-construction entities.

To comply with this essential safety training, construction industry workers are encouraged to enroll in the  OSHA 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course.  For non-construction jobs, the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course is suggested for online use.  Construction supervisors and managers that need to get advanced level safety training, will want to take the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course online which can be completed within four (4) days. All the 10-hour and 30-hour courses can be taken online from any computer. All courses come with access to their downloadable, FREE study guide for your training purposes.

We also provide annual renewal and new miner health and safety courses for all mine workers in the state, available online.

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-Authorized Instructors.

 

Enroll in the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training Online Course

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Wyoming OSHA Safety Training On-Site Now Available with Group Discounts.


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An OSHA-Authorized Online Outreach Training Provider
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All Outreach Courses result in their respective DOL OSHA Completion Card



 

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