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Upon successful completion of the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course, trainees will be awarded a temporary, printable certificate as proof of their completion, while an official plastic wallet card distributed by the DOL (Department of Labor) will be mailed to them approximately two weeks later.
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- 10 Hour OSHA Construction Training
- Fort Rucker
We have 10 Hour Osha Construction in Fort Rucker, Alabama
The basic knowledge of 1926 [construction] OSHA standards will be provided.
This 10 hour OSHA training class is designed for the construction worker, foreman and Supervisors working in any trade associated with construction.
The class will cover an introduction to OSHA, the "focus four" hazards as well topics like scaffolds, trenching & excavation, and ladders. Online or in person training in Fort Rucker is available.
Be prepared for OSHA when a compliance officer shows up at your job site.
This course will give the student the basic understanding of the OSHA standards and how they apply to them.
Graduates of the 10 hour training get a certificate of completion and then in about 6 weeks will get a DOL (Department of Labor) 10-hour card (also known as a "wallet" card) directly from OSHA.
Additional 1926 OSHA standards also covered in this training.
The onsite version in Fort Rucker, Alabama can be tailored to your company's specific needs and the online version can be taken at anytime.
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