Online OSHA Compliance Training Certificate Course Catalog
OSHA Compliance Training Certificate Courses allow you to conveniently and quickly complete your required and recommended OSHA training. These certificate courses cover an extensive variety of OSHA training, such as OSHA Respiratory Protection, Scaffold Safety Awareness, and more.
General Safety and Manufacturing
Aerial and Scissor Lifts
Acquire the building blocks and fundamentals for smart, safety-minded activity with aerial and scissor lifts, in any industrial environment - warehouses, distribution centers and more. You'll become aware of the latest best safety practices, regulations and other important information.
OSHA's Chemical Hazard Communication Standard is based on a simple concept that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of chemicals they are exposed to while working. This HazCom Standard is known as OSHA's Worker Right to Know Standard and is designed to provide you with the information you need to work safely.
Overhead and Gantry Safety
Increase your awareness of the hazards of working with or around cranes while complying with OSHA standards. You'll learn specific ways to work safely around these potentially hazardous machines, including pre-operational and periodic inspections. The course also covers the proper way to rig and move a load.
Recognizing Electrical Hazards
Learn how and why electricity is dangerous so that you'll be able to recognize when hazards are present. Regardless of your industry, this is a key course that teaches life-saving information.
Construction & Heavy Equipment
Confined Space Hazards for Construction
Permit-required confined spaces (PRCS) are found throughout industry. Furnaces, vaults, tanks, sewers, and countless other types of workspaces are confined spaces per OSHA. Learn how to recognize and safely work in permit-required confined spaces. Also, learn what to do if conditions change or if an emergency arises while you're working in any PRSC.
Electrical Safety and Lockout/Tagout
Protect yourself from injury with lockout/tagout training. Locking and/or tagging out equipment is crucial to protect you from unexpected start up while service work is being performed. Discover why, when, and how you must comply with lockout/tagout requirements via instruction in awareness, lockout/tagout devices, standard lockout/tagout procedures, and special lockout/tagout procedures.
Ladder Safety for Construction
Most accidents involving ladders can be attributed to improper use, unsafe work conditions, or lack of safety training. Learn basic ladder safety, with topics that include ladder hazards, the OSHA ladder standard, ladder selection, and ladder maintenance.
Scaffold Safety Awareness
It is estimated that 65% of the construction industry works on scaffolds, which is approximately 2.3 million workers. Our 1-hour OSHA Scaffolds Certificate Course details OSHA standards as they apply to scaffolding and gives you specific details about individual types of scaffolds and what safety measures are needed to protect yourself and others from hazards.
Health & Wellness
Acquire essential CPR skills to help you save a life in the workplace. You'll gain the skills you need to respond during cardiac or breathing emergencies. However, as they are online, they do not offer you the chance to demonstrate skill proficiency to a certified instructor, and so they may not meet requirements for workplace safety certification.
First Aid Basics
OSHA requires employers to provide a safe and healthy workplace reasonably free of occupational hazards. However, accidents do happen. Therefore, employers are also required to provide you medical and first aid personnel and supplies relative to the workplace hazards. Learn basic first aid techniques appropriate in any workplace.
Safe Vehicle Operation
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental deaths and injuries in the U.S. Discover what it means to be a safe driver as you identify areas of focus designed to increase your safe driving skills. Using safe choices and habits, you'll learn how to make wise choices for safety and how to develop good habits - and to avoid the bad choices other drivers often make.
Transporting hazardous materials requires specialized training crucial to your safety and the safety of those in your vicinity. Learn OSHA HazMat Transportation details and OSHA standards as they apply to HazMat Transportation and get specific training about the safety and security awareness measures you need to protect yourself and others from hazard materials.