Enroll Now: OSHA Construction Safety and OSHA General Industry Classes

By on September 7, 2017
OSHA Construction Safety and OSHA General Industry Classes

10-hour OSHA occupational safety and health training for public and private sector workers, supervisors and employees by an OSHA certified trainer. Classes start September 26, 2017.

Call 314-539-5747 for information on the 30-hour OSHA certification.

Register by calling 314-984-7777 or online at https://classes.stlcc.edu/CE_Registration/.

10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health Training Certification

Class meets Tuesday 9/26 and Thursday 9/28 and meets the required laws for working on public job sites. Led by an OSHA certified trainer, course covers the mandated OSHA topics including OSHA regulations, general safety and health, basic electrical safety, fall protection, ladder and scaffold safety, hand and power tools, material handling, and more. Upon successful completion students will receive the 10 Hour OSHA course completion card. Students may bring a sack dinner and/or drinks and snack to class. Registration by 9/18 is encouraged. No refunds after this date.
CONS:736 | $125
CD1 | TuTh 4 p.m.-9 p.m. | Pat Dalton
Sept. 26-Sept. 28 | Corporate College 205

10-Hour OSHA General Industry Safety and Health Training Certification

Class meets Tuesday 10/24 and Thursday 10/26. This 10 hour OSHA course is ideal for supervisors with safety and health responsibilities, and for employee safety and health awareness. Get introduced to OSHA policies, procedures and standards as well as general industry safety and health principles covered in OSHA Act Part 1910. Special emphasis will be placed on areas most hazardous using OSHA standards as a guide. Students will receive a 10 hour OSHA card after completion of the course. Students may bring a sack dinner and/or drinks and snack to class. Registration by 10/16 is encouraged. No refunds after this date.
CONS:736 | $125
CD2 | TuTh 4 p.m.-9 p.m. | Pat Dalton
Oct. 24-Oct. 26 | Corporate College 205

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