The 10-hour OSHA training courses for construction and general-industry workers are designed to help employees stay up to date on OSHA safety standards and practices. For the duration of these OSHA training courses, workers will learn how to recognize, avoid, abate, and prevent safety and health hazards in the office and on the job site. Topics are tailored specifically to the construction industry or general industry safety.

If you and your team need to take an OSHA training course and are already familiar with OSHA standards, the OSHA 10 training is perfect for you. Contact Curv Compliance today to register for in-class and hands-on OSHA training with one of our experienced instructors.

Intended Training Audience

The requirements for OSHA training courses vary depending on the type of job and which state the company is located.

In general, 10-hour OSHA training is intended for the following workers:

  • Construction or general industry workers

  • Construction or general industry foremen

  • Construction or general industry job supervisors

  • Construction or general industry site inspectors

  • Any personnel in charge of construction-related or general-industry related projects

  • Workers on publicly-funded projects in the following states:

    • Connecticut
    • Massachusetts
    • Missouri
    • Nevada
    • New Hampshire
    • New York
    • Rhode Island

OSHA training course content is broken up into specific topics about OSHA laws and regulations that are relevant to each industry and location of the industry.

OSHA 10 Course Learning ObjectivesThe OSHA 10 training is designed to be quicker OSHA training course than the OSHA 30, but it still covers the most vital topics that will keep you, your coworkers, and the general public safe and healthy while working on a job site. Students will learn about workers’ rights that are protected under OSHA, responsibilities an employer has under OSHA laws and regulations, and the role of the workforce and management in improving the current work culture.

OSHA 10 training also covers the following types of hazards, including how to recognize, avoid, and prevent them:

  • Fall hazards

  • Caught-in and caught-between hazards

  • Struck-by hazards

  • Electrocution hazards

  • Health hazards common to specific industries

  • Material handling hazards

  • Hand and power tool hazards

In the event of an accident, workers will also learn how to choose appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) and lifesaving equipment.

OSHA 10 Course Topics and Industry TermsThe objectives of the 10-hour OSHA training courses are broken into specific topics to help students retain knowledge and skills. Students will be given an introduction to OSHA where they’ll learn about their workers’ rights and employer responsibilities. They’ll also learn how OSHA inspections are conducted.

OSHA 10 training also covers the Focus Four Hazards. These hazards are fall hazards, electrocution hazards, caught-in or caught-between hazards, and struck-by hazards. Students will learn how employers can prevent these hazards in the workplace.

Other course topics include using appropriate PPE or lifesaving equipment; health hazards in construction or a general industry; how to handle, store, and use materials; the use of hand tools and power tools; and how to identify and improve the culture of safety in the workplace.

Throughout each course topic, students will learn to recognize and understand the following industry terms:

  • OSHA

  • PPE

  • Focus Four

  • OSHA Card

These terms may be covered in specific topics or used throughout the OSHA training course.

Completion Requirements

In order to complete the OSHA 10 training, students will be required to pass the OSHA 10 test with an accuracy of 70 percent or better. Students have three opportunities to complete the test if they don’t pass the first time. Upon completion of the OSHA 10 test, students will be given immediate feedback and information about incorrect answers.

Completion Card

Once a student has completed one of the OSHA training courses, they will receive an OSHA 10 completion card that’s been authorized by OSHA and the Department of Labor. The card will be mailed directly to the student in approximately six to eight weeks after successfully completing the training course.

At Curv Compliance, we offer OSHA 10 training for construction or any general industry. We have experienced instructors and offer hands-on training to help workers better understand workplace hazards and how to avoid them. If you’re ready to register for an OSHA 10 training or any of our other OSHA training courses, contact us today.

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