• OSHA 10 Hour and 30 Hour Training Courses

    OSHA 10 Hour and 30 Hour Training Courses

    The American Red Cross has partnered with Summit Training Source to offer OSHA 10 and 30 hour training for general industry and construction.

    Summit Training Source

    OSHA 10 hour - General Industry

    General Industry regulation can cover many industries including healthcare, manufacturing and warehouse distribution, AND Construction too. This course is designed to give employees an entry level understanding of recognizing hazards in the workplace and understanding the role OSHA plays, in partnership with employers.

    Mandatory Topics: 7 Elective Topics: 33 Required Hours: 10

    • Aerial Lift Safety
    • Asbestos Awareness
    • Back Safety
    • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Compressed Gas Cylinders
    • Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
    • Crane Safety: Pendant Controlled Cranes
    • Electrical Safety
    • Electrical Safety: Shock Proof Qualified
    • Eye Safety
    • Fall Protection
    • Fire Safety
    • Forklift Safety
    • Hand & Power Tools Safety Construction
    • Hand Safety
    • Hazard Communication
    • Hazard Recognition
    • Hearing Safety
    • Heat Stress
    • Hexavalent Chromium
    • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
    • Industrial Ergonomics
    • Introduction to OSHA
    • Lead Safety
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Machine Guarding
    • Materials Handling Construction
    • OSHA Record Keeping
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Power Press Safety
    • Preventing Spills
    • Process Safety Management
    • Radiation Safety
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Purifying Respirators
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Supplying Respirators
    • Safety Orientation
    • Scaffolding Safety
    • Valve Safety
    • Walking-Working Surfaces
    • Welding Safety

    OSHA 30 hour - General Industry

    General Industry regulation can cover many industries including healthcare, manufacturing and warehouse distribution, AND Construction too. This course is designed to give employees an entry level understanding of recognizing hazards in the workplace and understanding the role OSHA plays, in partnership with employers. The 30-Hour supervisor program provides more in-depth coverage of hazard recognition, abatement and prevention as well as worker rights.

    Mandatory Topics: 15 Elective Topics: 33 Required Hours: 30

    • Accident Investigation
    • Aerial Lift Safety
    • Asbestos Awareness
    • Back Safety
    • Bloodborne Pathogens
    • Compressed Gas Cylinders
    • Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
    • Crane Safety: Mobile Cranes
    • Crane Safety: Pendant Controlled Cranes
    • Disaster Readiness
    • Electrical Safety
    • Electrical Safety: Shock Proof Qualified
    • Electrical Safety: Shock Proof Unqualified
    • Eye Safety
    • Fall Protection
    • Fire Safety
    • Forklift Safety
    • Hand & Power Tools Safety Construction
    • Hand Safety
    • Hazard Communication
    • Hazard
    • Recognition
    • Hearing Safety
    • Heat Stress
    • Hexavalent Chromium
    • Hoists & Slings
    • Hot Work Permit
    • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
    • Industrial Ergonomics
    • Introduction to OSHA
    • Job Safety Analysis
    • Lead Safety
    • Leadership Skills For Safety
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Machine Guarding
    • Materials Handling Construction
    • OSHA Recordkeeping
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Power Press Safety
    • Preventing Spills
    • Process Safety Management
    • Radiation Safety
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Purifying Respirators
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Supplying Respirators
    • Safety Orientation
    • Scaffolding Safety
    • Valve Safety
    • Walking-Working Surfaces
    • Welding Safety

    OSHA 10 hour - Construction

    The way in which OSHA defines construction may actually change your status when you are performing certain tasks. OSHA's definition of construction work is "work for construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating." You may be covered under 1910 in most of your daily operations, but the times when you're performing construction, alteration,or repair on your physical facility are the times when you may need to follow 29 CFR 1926, the standards for the construction industry. This course is designed to give employees an entry level understanding of recognizing hazards in the workplace and understanding the role OSHA plays, in partnership with employers.

    Mandatory Topics: 5 Elective Topics: 15 Required Hours: 10

    • Construction Safety Orientation
    • Crane Safety: Mobile Cranes
    • Electrical Safety
    • Excavations Trenching & Shoring
    • Fall Protection
    • Hand & Power Tools Safety
    • Hazard Communication
    • Hoists & Slings
    • Introduction to OSHA
    • Materials Handling
    • OSHA Recordkeeping
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Scaffolding Safety
    • Silica Safety Awareness
    • Stairways & Ladders

    OSHA 30 hour - Construction

    The way in which OSHA defines construction may actually change your status when you are performing certain tasks. OSHA's definition of construction work is "work for construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating." You may be covered under 1910 in most of your daily operations, but the times when you're performing construction, alteration, or repair on your physical facility are the times when you may need to follow 29 CFR 1926, the standards for the construction industry. The 30-Hour supervisor program provides more in-depth coverage of hazard recognition, abatement and prevention as well as worker rights.

    Mandatory Topics:17 Elective Topics: 22 Required Hours: 30

    • Accident Investigation
    • Aerial Lift Safety
    • Asbestos Awareness
    • Back Injury Prevention: You're In Control
    • Compressed Gas Cylinders
    • Concrete & Masonry
    • Confined Space Entry: Permit Required
    • Construction Safety Orientation
    • Crane Safety: Mobile Cranes
    • Electrical Safety
    • Electrical Safety Part 2
    • Excavations Trenching & Shoring
    • Eye Safety
    • Fall Protection Construction Pt 2
    • Fall Protection Part 2
    • Fire Safety
    • Forklift Safety
    • Formaldehyde Safety
    • Hand & Power Tools Safety
    • Hazard Communication
    • Hearing Safety
    • Hoists & Slings
    • Hot Work Permit
    • Introduction to OSHA
    • Job Safety Analysis
    • Lead Safety
    • Leadership Skills For Safety
    • Materials Handling
    • OSHA Recordkeeping
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Process Safety Management
    • Radiation Safety
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Purifying Respirators
    • Respiratory Protection: Air Supplying Respirators
    • Scaffolding Safety
    • Silica Safety Awareness
    • Stairways & Ladders
    • Steel Erection
    • Welding Safety