Osha Accepted Courses
- All OSHA Construction Courses
- All OSHA General Courses
- Cal OSHA Courses
- SPANISH Courses
Hazwoper 50 Hour $400.00
Hazwoper 41.5 Hour $350
Hazwoper 44 Hour $400.00
Hazwoper 40 Hour $349.00
Hazwoper 24 Hour $199.95
Hazwoper 8 Hour $39.95
OSHA 10 HourGeneral Industry $89.00Construction Industry $89Study Guide $135.00
OSHA 30 HourGeneral Industry $189.00Construction Industry $189Study Guide $259.00
- Earn an OSHA-DOL 10 or 30 Hour Card.
- Self-Paced / Train at your own convenience.
- Months to complete course of study.
- OSHA recommended for new employee orientation.
- Training Records archived/ Available upon request.
California OSHA Training Courses
The OSHA Act encourages the individual States within the US to develop and operate their own work safety and health programs. California is one of the twenty six states with a state-approved OSHA program.
Under an agreement with OSHA, the State of California runs an occupational safety and health program in conformity with Section 18 of Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. The California Occupational Safety and Health Program, known as Cal-OSHA is administered by the Department of Industrial Relations. The prime executor of the plan is the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH), overseeing enforcement and consultation.
The program also has an independent Standards Board, which is responsible for the proclamation of state safety and health standards as well as the review of variances; an Appeals Board to determine contested citations; and the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement to look into the complaints that allege discriminatory retaliation in the work-site.
The California State Plan applies to the following:
- Public and private sector places of employment in the state(with the exception of Federal employees)
- United States Postal Service (USPS)
- Private sector employers on Native American lands
- Maritime activities on the navigable waterways of the United States
- Private contractors who work on land selected as exclusive Federal jurisdiction
- Employers that require Federal security clearances
Cal-OSHA is the only agency in the state who has the authorization to adopt, amend or repeal the occupational safety and health standards or orders. The Standards Board maintains the standards for certain areas, which are not covered by the federal standards or enforcement. The latter standards are applicable to elevators, amusement rides, aerial passenger tramways, pressure vessels and mine safety training.
Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA both require employers to train their employees on all occupational hazards, which they are exposed to. The construction and general industry workers must take the OSHA 10 hour training courses, while supervisors are required to take the 30 hour OSHA training courses. For those handling hazardous wastes, they must take the HAZWOPER training courses to comply with the state and federal regulations.
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