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OSHA 30 – A HANDS-ON COURSE WITH JLN

WHY CHOOSE JLN?

  • Nationwide OSHA Accepted Provider!
  • No “Death By Powerpoint” – Actual HANDS-ON learning!
  • Receive certification upon completion of course
  • Peer to peer interaction, learn from experienced instructors!
  • Training Meets Latest OSHA Standards!
  • Receive useful OSHA materials and valuable resources!
  • OSHA Outreach Trainer Available On-Staff!
  • Don’t fall asleep at your computer – interact in our full-scale modules within the Safety Training Center, and absorb the knowledge! Learn by DOING!

OSHA 30 COURSE DESCRIPTION:

OSHA 30 training course covers thirty (30) hours of training, required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) needed to obtain the 30-hour Construction or Industry OSHA Wallet card. The course is comprised of 25 sections, each either one or two hours in length, and covers topics pertaining to regulations covered by OSHA Construction standards in 29 CFR 1926. The successful completion of this course will help meet the General Industry or Construction Industry training standards established by OSHA.

 

This course, starting in February, will span across four dates (see schedule), totaling 30 hours. These dates are not in sequential order, so please mark them down on your calendar when booking.

A private course for your team can be provided and scheduled to fit your calendar. Contact a JLN representative for more information, (860) 434-3443.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Who Should Take OSHA 30 Classes?

JLN’s OSHA 30-hour course is ideal for supervisors, foremen, engineers, and managers of construction¬†workers. It is often taken to meet employer and state requirements for safety training. Additional training may be necessary, depending on job-specific hazards and regulatory requirements. There is no prerequisite for this course.

 

Why Are Customers Taking the Course?

  • Employer Requirement
  • State Requirement
    • Nevada (effective January 1, 2010)
    • Missouri (effective August 28, 2009)
    • New York (effective July 1, 2008)
    • Connecticut (requirement specific to certain kinds of job sites)