Training Center

Construction Courses

Enviromental Training Group is an OSHA-authorized provider and offer OSHA 10- and 30-hour courses. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is the agency that was created to ensure safe working conditions for workers by setting and enforcing a series of rigorous standards. The 10-hour course is designed for entry-level workers and includes a general overview of common safety and health hazards. The 30-hour course is designed for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility and covers a much wider range of topics. Upon course completion, you will receive an official Department of Labor OSHA card.

OSHA Courses

OSHA 10-Hour Construction

Become familiar with OSHA 29 CFR 1926 standards to prevent construction-related injuries and accidents.

Our in-person course feature:

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Workers’ rights
  • Employer responsibilities
  • How to file a complaint
  • OSHA inspections
  • Focus Four Hazards (fall hazards, electrocution hazards, caught-in or –between hazards, struck-by hazards)
  • How to identify, select, and use personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Major construction site health hazards, including acute and chronic hazards
  • Material handling hazards
  • Hand and power tools
  • Identifying positive and negative safety cultures
  • Leading cultural change on the job
  • The roles of the workforce and management in safety culture

OSHA 30-Hour Construction

30 Hour OSHA follows the training requirements of OSHA™ regulations for Safety Training using OSHA Outreach Trainers to fulfill this training.

  • Specific steps and requirements needed to complete the OSHA 30-Hour Outreach Training Program
  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Workers’ rights and employer responsibilities
  • Health and safety program requirements
  • Compliant reporting and record-keeping
  • How to file a complaint
  • The role of a Competent Person
  • Focus Four Hazards (fall hazards, electrocution hazards, caught-in or –between hazards, struck-by hazards)
  • Materials handling safety, including activities causing MSD and RMD injuries and illnesses
  • Cranes and rigging
  • Motor vehicle, mechanized equipment, and marine hazards
  • Motorized mobile platforms
  • Excavations
  • Work zone traffic control
  • Forklift hazards
  • Identifying major construction health hazards
  • Hand and power tool hazards
  • Concrete and masonry hazards
  • Major steel erection hazards
  • Welding and cutting hazards
  • Confined space hazards
  • Arc flash hazards
  • Hazard mitigation
  • Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) procedures
  • How to select and use personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • The roles of management and the workforce in promoting a positive safety culture