On-Site OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Training

Commit your company to safety in the workplace by following OSHSA safety standards.  The OSHA-approved 10 Hour General Industry Training Online and On-Site Course offered by OSHA 10 Hour Training is essential for your employees. Our OSHA-certified training professionals will conduct the required 10-Hour OSHA General Industry course on-site, for one employee or a whole class. Our trainers are fully capable of meeting your company’s scheduling and training requirements, adjustable as needed.

The OSHA 10-hour General Industry Course outlines the following:

  • A general overview on OSHA guidelines and standards
  • Advice for locating OSHA standards
  • Electric Safety basic training knowledge
  • Walkways and workplace surfaces.

Depending on your company’s specific requirements, further training in the program can include:

  • Safety precautions with guarding on machines
  • Precautions with overhead clearance and mobile crane safety
  • Confined Space Entry procedures
  • PPE- Personal Protective Equipment usage
  • Various on-the-job tool and equipment safety precautions

We are able to personalize our training program to meet your company’s requirements, and our 10-Hour General Industry Training Course ensures that your employees, our students, walk out of the classroom and onto the workroom floor equipped with the essential training, reference documents, and vital, life-saving information that keeps themselves and their coworkers safe. This comprehensive all of the requirements found im the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Code of Federal Regulations for General Industry (29 CFR 1910).

For companies located in Michigan or California, OSHA 10 Hour Training staff can alter the 10 hour training course specifically for MI-OSHA or Cal-OSHA general industry standards. Upon request, tailored courses for all other State OSHA plans are available as well.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants can download and print out their temporary certificate signifying they’ve completed training. Additionally, a DOL OSHA Wallet Card, the official documentation of OSHA certification. Please allow 8-10 weeks for OSHA to process and mail to you the document.

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