OSHA 30-Hour Construction Course
3-E Safety Services, LLC offers low-cost Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) 30-Hour Construction classes. The classes are taught in English only. The four-day course is presented by authorized instructors and designed to train employers, safety directors, foremen, field supervisors, specialists and all other employees in occupational safety and health regulations for construction work. This course is intended to provide advanced information for monitoring workplace safety and implementing OSHA health and safety regulations that apply to their workplaces.
Classes cover OSHA standards and requirements as they apply to the construction industry, as well as safety awareness to help in recognizing and reducing the risks of job site hazards. 3-E Safety Services ensures that each class is designed for the company that is being trained. OSHA requires that certain topics must be covered but allows for the instructor to pick from a variety of other topics to teach. This allows for the training class to be tailored to the trade being taught. The 30-hour course contains a variety of various topics that the instructor can choose from to teach. An added advantage to the 30-hour class is that there are more topics and more time that can be set aside for topics that pertain to specific trade(s) being taught. The flexibility of the OSHA 30-hour course’s time frame allows for an extended amount of time to be spent on topics that affect everyday work and limited time on topics that do not pertain to the specific industry that students are in. This allows students to be engaged and interested in the topics that are being taught. The goal of training should never be just to get a card that says you were there.
3-E Safety Services will come to your location and use the equipment that your employees use in the training class. The typical OSHA 30-hour class takes 4 full days to complete. There cannot be more than 7.5 hours of instruction competed in one day. The class cannot be done in less than 4 days but may take longer to complete. The entire course must be completed within 6 months of the start date.
Participants who successfully complete all 30 hours of the course will receive an OSHA 30-Hour Construction class completion card (typically within four weeks).