Minnesota OSHA Safety Training

Minnesota OSHA Safety Training can be obtained online or on-site through Osha-Pros USAOSHA Safety Training courses for the OSHA 10 Hour Construction and OSHA 10 Hour General Industry courses are now available online to allow you to obtain your OSHA Wallet Cards in compliance with Minnesota laws. These courses are presented at a guaranteed low price. The same courses are available for on-site classes also. In addition you may take advantage of our other key OSHA Courses: Hazwoper Training, Electrical Safety Training and Fall Protection Training. Our professional instructors will assure you the highest quality training experience, backed by four decades of experience. For those that need to get their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Cards, these courses lead to that achievement.


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OSHA Safety Training For All Minnesota Industries Statewide

Minnesota, the 32nd state in the union, has its name derived from the Dakota Indian word for “clear blue water”. Indeed, the state is informally referred to as the “Land of 10,000 lakes”. Almost 60% of the state’s residents live in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area. Early in its history, Minnesota was a primary producer of raw materials, but over time this has evolved into a general economy of finished products and services. Early economic revenue came in the form of fur trading and agriculture. Agriculture now makes up only 1% of the total domestic product, but it is a significant producer ranking 6th in the nation of products sold. Sugar beets, sweet corn, green peas, soybeans and turkeys are all major exports. For over a century, Minnesota was a large provider of iron ore for the world, and still remains a significant source of soft-ore mining. Forestry is another industry that flourishes including logging and pulpwood. More recent history has seen the growth of the manufacturing sector including both technology and biomedical firms. Older food processors and heavy industry still maintain a large presence in the state’s economy

Minnesota has developed it’s own OSHA State Plan in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor. The Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MNOSHA) is administered by the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry whose main office is in St. Paul.  You can view the OSHA State Plan for  Minnesota here. Minnesota OSHA Safety Training programs are consistent with OSHA regulations and compliance guidelines and directives. Workers are governed by Minnesota safety laws for education and training purposes. Our OSHA Outreach Training programs for Construction and General Industry are designed to comply with all OSHA criteria and are accepted in all 50 states, including Minnesota.

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

Minnesota OSHA Safety Training Programs center around OSHA’s key major targets for safety prevention and mitigation. The programs are centered around a wide range of education and training supported by the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MNOSHA). The state plan supports most all OSHA standards, but has specific deviations in the following safety areas:


  • Toxic Chemical Handling and Exposure
  • Agriculture
  • Repetitive Motion Injuries
  • Heat Exposure
  • Noise Exposure


MNOSHA Directives, like those of Federal OSHA,  provide for both enforcement and compliance regulations. State compliance officers inspect workplaces for hazardous conditions and issue citations where violations of MNOSHA regulations are found.

Workers in the construction industry are encouraged to obtain training similar to the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Outreach Training Course as a valuable precursor for working at a job site. On-site courses provided by us include all specific training exceptions or additions to the basic training that OSHA requires.  The construction course is available online through computer study that can be completed in as little as two days.  Workers that are employed by manufacturers, biotech firms, and technology companies should take our OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Outreach Training Course in requisite situations that safety training is applicable. All OSHA 10 Hour courses can be completed online in just two days. The student can have up to 180 days, however, to complete either course. For those workers that are engaged in the mining industry,  we provide a comprehensive New Miner Safety Training course or annual renewal training for existing miners in Minnesota through our MSHA Safety Training Programs.

The OSHA 30 Hour Construction or OSHA 30 Hour General Industry courses provide are also provided online or on-site. Typically these courses are suggested for managers, executives, supervisors and other leadership. Those taking these courses will finish their training in as little as four days, or as long as six months.

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.


Enroll in the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Outreach Training Online Course


Minnesota OSHA Safety Training On-site Now Available with Group Discounts

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