Earn your Nevada OSHA certification and a nationally accepted OSHA DOL card online with the #1 trusted OSHA training provider.
Our Nevada OSHA courses are 100% online, allowing you the flexibility to work at a time and place convenient to you. This training provides an overview of state-specific safety and health standards outlined in the Nevada State Plan, as well as federal OSHA standards that apply nationwide.
You can instantly print your certificate of completion after finishing the course, and you will receive your official OSHA DOL card by mail. The OSHA card is wallet-sized and printed on durable plastic.
Designed for entry-level construction workers. Includes Nevada OSHA certification and OSHA 10 card.
Designed for entry-level general industry workers. Includes Nevada OSHA certification and OSHA 10 card.
Designed for construction managers and supervisors. Provides Nevada OSHA certification and OSHA 30 card.
Designed for general industry managers and supervisors. Provides Nevada OSHA certification and OSHA 30 card.
Almost all Nevada businesses must comply with safety and health requirements set forth in the Nevada State Plan. Workers and supervisors in construction and general industry can take this course to satisfy training requirements and learn how to detect, avoid, reduce and prevent hazards in the workplace.
Employees outside of Nevada OSHA’s jurisdiction include:
If your position falls outside of Nevada OSHA’s jurisdiction, you are covered by federal OSHA standards.
We offer four versions of Nevada OSHA training:
Each version includes three hours of training on Nevada OSHA topics paired with a 10- or 30-hour OSHA Outreach course that covers federal OSHA topics specific to your industry and job level. The course you should take depends on the type of OSHA card you need. If you are unsure which course to take, ask your employer for guidance.
Entry-level workers should complete 10-hour training. Supervisors and safety professionals should complete 30-hour training. 30-hour courses provide a more in-depth level of training that is important for anyone in a manager-level position to be aware of.
The 10- and 30-hour construction courses are designed for those in the construction and demolition industry. Workers in any other industry should complete 10- or 30-hour training for general industry. Examples of general industry workers include those in health care, manufacturing and warehousing.
Our Nevada OSHA courses combine 10- or 30-hour OSHA Outreach training with three hours of additional training on state-specific safety and health standards.
OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. At the federal level, OSHA creates standards that ensure safe and healthful working conditions for workers across the country.
Some states, such as Nevada, have created State Plans. These plans are OSHA-approved workplace safety and health programs that the state individually operates. Nevada OSHA is one of those plans.
Nevada OSHA operates and enforces the Nevada State Plan, an OSHA-approved safety and health program that applies to most private-sector employers in the state. Nevada OSHA frequently inspects jobsites and enforces state and federal laws designed to protect workers.
The OSHA Outreach Training Program teaches workers how to identify and avoid common safety and health risks in the workplace. It also explains employer responsibilities and workers' rights under OSHA. This training is available in industry-specific versions for construction and general industry.
The 10-hour courses are designed for entry-level workers, and 30-hour courses are designed for supervisors and workers with safety roles or responsibilities.
Once you have successfully completed Nevada OSHA training and OSHA-authorized Outreach training, you can instantly download and print your certificates of completion. You can provide the certificates to your employer as proof of training completion while you wait for your OSHA card to be delivered.
The Department of Labor will mail you your official plastic OSHA DOL wallet card approximately six to eight weeks after you complete your training.