OSHA 10 (Construction, General Industry, Agricultural), and OSHA-30

OSHA 10 training in just two afternoons!

OSHA 10 training is offered at Standards of Excellence Academy every other week on Thursday and Friday 8am - 1pm.


  • OSHA-10 - (Construction, General Industry, Agricultural) $150.00
  • OSHA-30 - $300.00

What you can expect to learn during the OSHA-10 General Industry course:

  1. Introduction to OSHA-10 General Industry
  2. Walking – Working Surfaces
  3. Emergency Action Plan Exits
  4. Electrical
  5. Personal Protective Equipment
  6. HazCom (Hazardous Communications)
  7. Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal
  8. Bloodborne Pathogens
  9. Ergonomics
  10. Hazardous Materials

What you can expect to learn during the OSHA-10 Construction course:

  1. Introduction to OSHA-10 Construction
  2. OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Falls
  3. OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Electrocution
  4. OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Struck By (any object in motion)
  5. OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Caught-In or Between
  6. Personal Protective Equipment
  7. Health Hazards in Construction
  8. Excavations
  9. Scaffolds
  10. Tools: Hand and Power
  11. Principles of “Internal Traffic Control” for Roadway Construction
  12. Preventing Runovers and Backovers, Safety for Workers on Foot
  13. Construction Vehicle Access and Egress

What you can expect to learn during the OSHA-30 course:

Required Courses (15 hrs.)

  1. Intro to OSHA (2hrs.)
  2. Manage Safety & Health (2hrs.)
  3. Focus Four (6hrs.)
  4. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (2hrs.)
  5. Health Hazards in Construction (2hrs)
  6. Stairways & Ladders (1hr.)

Elective Courses (12hrs.)

  1. Concrete and Masonry Construction (1hr.)
  2. Confined Space Entry (1hr.)
  3. Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors (1hr.)
  4. Ergonomics (.5hr.)
  5. Excavations (1hr.)
  6. Fire Protection and Prevention (1hr.)
  7. Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal (.5hr.)
  8. Motor Vehicles, Mechanized Equipment and Marine Operations, Rollover Protective Structures and Overhead Protection and Signs, Signals and Barricades (1hr.)
  9. Powered Industrial Vehicles (1hr.)
  10. Safety and Health Programs (1hr.)
  11. Scaffolds (1hr.)
  12. Steel Erection (.5hr.)
  13. Tools - Hand and Power (1hr.)
  14. Welding and Cutting (.5hr.)
  15. Foundations for Safety Leadership (FSL)

Training content includes hazard recognition and avoidance, workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. It emphasizes the value of safety and health to workers.

Program Benefits

  • Promotes safety culture through peer training
  • Training is participatory, using hands-on activities
  • Trainers tailor the training topics based on the specific needs of their audience