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OSHA - Construction Safety Courses

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Our online OSHA Construction Safety Courses and Construction Training help keep employees safe and on the look out for possible problems. We have construction training courses in both English and Spanish where we go over Concrete and Masonry, Cranes and Rigging, Electrical Safety, Excavations, Power Tools, Scaffolding, and more. See our list above for complete construction safety courses certified by OSHA.

  • The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) gives guidance on many issue related to safety and health issues in the workplace. In certain cases, OSHA mandates that employees and/or employers have OSHA certified training for specific workers in certain Industries. OSHA certified training must be given by the main OSHA training institute or via OSHA Institute Education Centers which are designated by OSHA. Individuals can become certified trainers for certain OSHA courses via the OSHA Outreach Training Program. Upon successful completion of this program, the trainer can teach specific courses.
  • Courses within this section deal with Construction only. There is a separate section for General Industry courses.
  • Training may also be advisable for other employees to educate themselves on the various issues for health and safety reasons along with avoidance of citations.
  • Please consult your employer or OSHA to determine whether either one mandates training.
  • The courses within this catalog are based on OSHA Federal Standards. Certain states have their own state OSH Programs which may or may not differ from Federal OSHA guidelines. To see if your state has their own state plan and to find contact information for the state OSH Program, go to
  • For more information, visit the OSHA website at
  • The Department of Transportation (DOT) gives guidance on issues affect health and safety in relation to transportation. The DOT does not certify training or give training, unlike OSHA, but only mandates that training must be obtained and documented in certain topics for certain employees and/or employers in certain Industries.
  • Please consult your employer or the DOT to determine whether you need specific training.
  • For more information, visit the DOT website at

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OSHA Online Training Courses