OSHA Training Online
We often hear a lot of questions about online training. Many people are interested in finding convenient, low-cost, and most importantly OSHA-accepted training, but are unsure about the process of registering for OSHA classes online. Here we have answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about online training and certification.
Can OSHA Training Be Completed Online?
There are many types of OSHA training courses available online. This includes OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour general and construction industry training, HAZWOPER training, forklift training, and much more. We have created a partial list of some of the health and safety training available online here.
Many providers now offer OSHA classes online. However, not all of these classes may be legitimate. Before you register for an OSHA online safety course, you should understand the truth about OSHA certification online.
How Do I Enroll In An OSHA Online Course?
First, find the course you want to register for. See our list of popular OSHA training courses:
Click on the button to register, or the link to enroll, and you will be taken to our 360 Training portal (or our OSHA-net portal depending on the course). Here, you can register for the course. In most cases the training is self-paced. The advantages of online training are compelling, so pick the course you need and get started.
How Do I Find An OSHA-Accepted Provider for Online Training?
That means that any course you enroll in on OSHA.net is from an OSHA-Accepted Provider.
Are There Free OSHA Training Courses Online?
No. 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. Be sure to check with your contractor, employer, or local officials to determine if you must have the authorized courses!
However, there are low-cost, introductory courses in the safety and risk management area. They do not offer certification but may be sufficient for continuing education or skill advancement.
How Do I Know Which OSHA Training Online Course To Take?
OSHA.net offers a multitude of resources to help you find the course you need for certification, or of your OSHA Wallet Card. Check out our additional safety training resources, which include OSHA toolbox talks, free workplace safety quizzes, and FAQs for popular OSHA training courses.
When in doubt, simply contact us! At OSHA Pros, we take workplace safety very seriously. Whether you are interested in industrial or office safety, OSHA.net is your one-stop web portal to finding the OSHA training courses that will help you or your business succeed in health and safety.