OSHA 10 Online Training
RedVector is proud to offer OSHA-authorized training for the construction industry. Our OSHA 10-hour construction training course features the required steps for completing OSHA Outreach training and covers everything from electrical safety to power tools. Our OSHA 10 online training is a convenient way to receive a valid OSHA 10 Card and achieve the safety level required by your company. Learn more about the OSHA 10 certification below.
OSHA 10 Hour Online Training Courses
OSHA Training Policy: OSHA regulations state that a student cannot spend longer than 7.5 hours in an OSHA 10 course per training day. Please allocate a minimum of two (2) calendar days to complete this training.
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OSHA-Authorized Online Training by RedVector
OSHA recommends OSHA 10 Outreach Training Courses as part of an orientation program for construction professionals. A number of states also require the OSHA 10 Construction Card to work on construction job sites or government projects. Successful completion of RedVector’s OSHA 10 Hour Online Training means you can get your OSHA 10 Card and be on the job faster and safer.
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OSHA 10 Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Redvector’s online OSHA 10 training has been reviewed to meet all compliance requirements and is nationally accepted by OSHA. Learners are issued an official Department of Labor card upon completion.
While OSHA 10 training is designed to take 10 hours to complete, most learners finish the course in about 11 or 12 hours.
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OSHA “certification” shows competency in accordance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970. The training is intended to ensure workers know safety processes and hazards before entering a worksite.