Free OSHA Training – Be Careful What You Take
Authorized courses from OSHA are never free. They are provided under the direction of selected suppliers under the guidance of OSHA and are offered only as a for-profit course. No FREE course will ever result in an OSHA Wallet Card. Your state or local government may require you to obtain your Wallet Card to work at a job site. Free courses will never fit the bill in these cases. Be sure to check with your contractor, employer or local officials to determine if you must have the authorized courses!
For those that are looking for low cost, introductory courses in the safety and risk management area, we offer a few opportunities below for your use. None of these offers certification, but they may be sufficient to present to your employer or contractor for purposes of continuing education or skill advancement.
Introduction to OSHA (Basic Entry) – $9.99
The goal of this online course is to provide the student with a basic orientation about workers’ rights to be provided with a safe and healthful workplace, and how the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration, also known as OSHA, helps to achieve that goal.
Hazard Communication for Construction (HazCom) – $9.99
This course is designed to provide training and information about Federal OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard to affected employees, their managers, and interested individuals for construction industries.
Hazard Communication for General Industry (HazCom) – $9.99
This course is designed to provide training and information about Federal OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard to affected employees, their managers, and interested individuals for general industries.
OSHA-Required Info for Voluntary Users of Dust Mask Respirators – $4.99
This online course is for employees who choose to voluntarily wear a dust mask respirator for their own comfort while at work, and their employer has determined that voluntary use is allowed because the worker is not exposed to contaminants at levels exceeding permissible exposure limits.
Portable Fire Extinguishers and Fire Prevention Training – $9.99
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations require that employees be provided with an educational program covering the principals of fire extinguisher use and the hazards of early stage firefighting if they work in areas where portable fire extinguishers are available for use. This online training course is designed to provide that information to affected employees, as well as their managers and other interested individuals.
Lockout Tag Out – Free Awareness Level Tutorial
This 10-minute video tutorial will introduce you to the basic concepts and explain much of the verbiage used in Lockout/Tagout training and procedures. It also discusses the various situations where following these procedures can protect workers from serious and even life-threatening injuries.