Does OSHA Require 10/30 Hour Training?
Answer: No, federal OSHA has not required employees to obtain their 10 or 30 hour OSHA outreach card.
If you’re looking for proper safety and health training, you might assume that a 10 or 30 Hour OSHA Outreach Training Class would be the most thorough and OSHA compliant. However, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) doesn’t require a specific training length. OSHA wants to ensure that employers are providing workplace specific training based off of the hazards employees may encounter on the job.
Do Any States Have OSHA 10/30 Hour Training Requirements?
Answer: Yes. Certain states do have 10 and/or 30 hour training, expiration, and renewal requirements.
Please read below to see what the different requirements are for each state and contact us if your company is in need of either a 10 or 30 hour class or renewal. We have OSHA-authorized trainers available nationwide and would recommend taking the training class in-person rather than online! OSHA 10 hour cards do not expire but certain states listed below do require renewal.
States That Require a 10 and/or 30 Hour Construction Training Card:
What Safety Training is Required by OSHA?
Fill out this form to find out what common training topics are required and at what frequency.
Please use this chart as a guide and not as legal advice. Contact a Lancaster Safety Representative for assistance at 888-403-6026.