Online OSHA Training for Construction and General Industry
OSHA 10- and 30-Hour Outreach Training
OSHA Outreach training is a voluntary program that teaches workers how to recognize and avoid safety hazards on the job. Employers throughout New York may require this training for entry-level workers, supervisors and workers with certain safety responsibilities.
Industry-specific versions of the program are available, including courses for workers in construction and general industry. The 10-hour courses are designed for entry-level workers, and the 30-hour courses are for supervisors and workers with safety roles.
Graduates of online OSHA Outreach training receive an official 10-hour or 30-hour OSHA card from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
OSHA Construction Courses:
OSHA General Industry Courses:
New York City Site Safety Training (SST)
With the passing of NYC Local Law 196 of 2017, construction and demolition workers at most NYC worksites are now required to have a Site Safety Training card. The new training standard applies if you work at any NYC worksite with a Site Safety Plan.
The law states that affected workers must complete 30 hours of NYC Department of Buildings (DOB)-approved Site Safety Training by December 2019. Before the full compliance date of March 1, 2021, workers must earn a full Worker SST card by completing 40 total hours of Site Safety Training.
Site Safety Training Courses:
- 10-Hour OSHA
- 30-Hour OSHA
- SST 8-Hour Fall Prevention
- SST 8-Hour Site Safety Manager Refresher/Chapter 33
- SST 2-Hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness
SST General Electives:
- SST 1-Hour Electrocution Prevention
- SST 1-Hour Fire Protection and Prevention
- SST 1-Hour Stairways and Ladders
- SST 1-Hour Tools — Hand and Power
SST Special Electives:
- SST 1-Hour Welding and Cutting
- SST 1-Hour Excavations
- SST 1-Hour Scaffolds — Suspended
- SST 1-Hour Concrete and Masonry
Whether you're new to construction in NYC or a current worker, you can earn your SST card online with our DOB-approved courses. The SST courses you need will vary depending on your job role and past training experience.
OSHA Standards Training for Construction and General Industry
New York workers can learn OSHA workplace safety standards in a flexible online format. These courses on OSHA standards 29 CFR 1926 and 29 CFR 1910 provide a Certificate of Completion.
The OSHA standards training courses cover OSHA policies, standards and requirements that protect workers from common safety and health hazards. Both courses include an industry-specific OSHA regulations book, which we ship to you for free.