OSHA 30 Hour Construction Program

OSHA 30 Hour Construction Program

30 hrs. Online Course

Level: Fundamental


SME: Pete Rice, CSP, CIH, REHS

Provided by our OSHA-Authorized partner ClickSafety


ClickSafety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction is an OSHA-Authorized online course featuring the required steps for completing OSHA Outreach training. This online training covers everything from Electrical Hazard Safety to Fall Protection. Our OSHA 30-Hour Construction online course is a proven way to receAive a valid OSHA 30-Hour Card and achieve the safety level required by your company for work in the construction industry. ClickSafety is one of the most trusted names in online safety training and we're here specifically to help you learn the essential skills you need to perform your work safely.


ClickSafety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction course has been taken by thousands of construction workers. It's simply the easiest way to complete your training and earn your OSHA 30-Hour requirement.


This online OSHA 30 Construction course will benefit all workers and management at a construction office or work site. This 30-Hour online course is intended for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility.

  • Construction Workers
  • Construction Foremen
  • Construction Job Supervisors 
  • All Personnel Responsible for Construction-related Projects

Course Topics

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Contractor's Safety and Health Program
  • Reporti
Course Objectives

ClickSafety's OSHA 30-Hour Construction online safety course trains workers and employers on recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. It includes information on workers' rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. This course gives you the specific steps and requirements you must meet to complete the online OSHA30 Outreach training program.


Following this OSHA 30 training course, the student should be able to:

1.     Recognize what worker rights are protected under OSHA

2.     Recognize what responsibilities an employer has under OSHA

3.     Identify major fall hazards

4.     Identify common caught-in or -between hazards

5.     Identify common struck-by hazards

6.     Identify types of electrocution hazards

7.     Identify ways to select appropriate PPE and lifesaving equipment

8.     Identify major health hazards common to the construction industry

9.     Recognize how to protect oneself from material handling hazards

10.   Identify major hand & power tool hazards

11.   Recognize role of the workforce in improving the current culture

12.   Recognize the role of management in improving the current culture

13.   Recognize ways to protect oneself from crane hazards

14.   Identify major hazards related to motor vehicles, mechanized equipment and marine operations

15.   Recognize ways to protect oneself from fire hazards thru prevention and emergency response

16.   Recognize employer requirements for protecting workers from concrete & masonry hazards, including abatement methods

17.   Identify major steel erection hazards

18.   Recognize ways to protect oneself from welding & cutting hazards

19.   Describe types of confined space hazards

20.   Recognize ways to protect oneself from confined space hazards

21.   Describe activities that can lead to MSD and RMD injury and illness

22.   Recognize employer requirements for providing a safety and health program that effectively reduces and prevents employee injury, illness, and fatality

23.   Identify responsibilities of a supervisor in preventing worker injuries and unhealthful exposures

24.   Recognize the specific legal responsibilities of a supervisor to protect worker safety and health

25.   Identify the reasons for an incident investigation and future preventative measures that may result

26.   Recognize ways to protect oneself from arc flash hazards

27.   Describe types of health and safety construction hazards and appropriate forms mitigation

Pete  Rice, CSP, CIH, REHS Photo
Pete is responsible for developing and managing ClickSafety's industrial hygiene and environmental health programs. With 35 years of experience, he has monitored safety and health practices on hundreds of projects and has helped develop various Cal/OSHA standards. Prior to ClickSafety, Pete managed environmental, safety, and hygiene programs for a nationally-prominent engineering firm, working on the leading edge of web-based training and online risk management. Pete earned his B.S. in Environmental Health and Biology and M.S. in Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety from California State University, Northridge. He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional and teaches industry-related courses at both UC Berkeley and UC Davis. Pete is an accredited OSHA Outreach Program Trainer for both the OSHA 10-Hour and OSHA 30-Hour courses in Construction and General Industry.