OSHA Training: Construction Industry

Building Best Practices to Reduce Injury and Illness in Construction

Did you know the construction industry accounts for approximately 4.8% of the entire U.S. workforce? And according to a recent survey of construction executives, the industry will likely continue to expand well into 2023.

Globally, nearly 340 million workplace accidents occur each year, with 160 million suffering from illnesses at work. Of those, 3.2 million of nonfatal injuries and illnesses were reported in the United States during 2020 alone. And as studies have shown, 62% of these workplace injuries and illnesses result in days away from work.1

TOP CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY OSHA BREACHES2
Fall Protection
Hazard Communication
Respiratory Protection
General Scaffolding
Use of Ladders

Class Schedule

All classes are scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Attendees must complete the full 10-hours to receive OSHA 10-Hour Certification.

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MONTEBELLO, CA

October 19-20, 2022
Quality Inn & Suites Montebello
7709 Telegraph Road
Montebello, CA 90640

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) 10-hour construction industry training program provides entry-level workers information on how to identify, reduce, and prevent job-related hazards within the construction industry. The training covers a variety of construction safety and health hazards that a worker may encounter at a construction site, such as fall protection, personal protective equipment, stairways and ladders, scaffolding, and operating machinery.

 

If you are looking for something with a broader scope, please reference the OSHA Training for General Industry.

The training takes a minimum of 10-hours to complete. VensureHR separates the training into two, five-hour days.

VensureHR’s OSHA-authorized trainers conduct 10 and 30-hour training courses under OSHA’s guidelines and course requirements. tudents will receive an OSHA-issued student course completion and certification card.

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Focus Four (leading causes of death in construction)
  • Falls and Fall Protection
  • Electrocution
  • Struck-By (e.g., falling objects, trucks, cranes, etc.)
  • Caught-In or Between (e.g., trench hazards, equipment, barricades, etc.)
  • Personal Protective and Lifesaving Equipment
  • Health Hazards in Construction
  • Excavations
  • Scaffolds
  • Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
  • Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors
  • Fire Protection and Prevention
  • Stairways and Ladders
  • Hand and Power Tools

All in-person class participants will be required to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention health and safety mandates regarding masks and social distancing. Meeting rooms will be cleaned and disinfected before and after each training session. To ensure the continued safety of participants, hand sanitizer and masks will be provided.

View the class schedule below and determine which class you are interested in attending. Go to the registration form (located below the class schedule) and fill out your information. From the “Class” drop-down menu, select the class you would like to attend. Click “Submit” once you’ve completed the form.

If you are unable to attend, cancellations must be received no later than seven business days prior to the class start date. Employees who are no-shows or submit cancellation requests less than seven days prior to the start date will be charged a $125 fee.

 

To cancel your reservation, please email oshacancellation@vensure.com. You will need to provide your full name, email address, class date and time, and client ID.

 

For additional inquiries, please contact asklosscontrol@vensure.com.

Construction Industry OSHA Training Registration

This information will be provided to the University of California San Diego OSHA Outreach, who will issue certification cards to each participant that attends and successfully completes 10 hours of training. Please ensure all information is correct as OSHA charges a fee for new card corrections.