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OSHA-Pros USA is one of the highest rated safety standard training providers in the country. Providing both OSHA online training and group on-site courses, covering everything from the standard OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training program to the full 40-Hour Hazwoper Course certificate; OSHA-Pros is an essential partner in achieving your Occupational Safety and Health Administration worker safety goals in most workplaces. Any course taken through OSHA-Pros is valid in all 50 states, and all of our OSHA 30 Hour and OSHA 10 Hour OSHA online courses result in your Department of Labor Wallet Card to prove your completion of training (required by some states and many employers).  If there’s a hazard in the work place, we have programs to help you deal with it.  And if you need on site training, we have OSHA Authorized trainers for that too.  Online or at your site, we’re there to help your safety training program and keep you in compliance.

Our OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course is for those workers in the Construction Industry that have a need to obtain their essential training basics course. This worker safety course may be mandated in some states by your legislature (New York, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Missouri and Nevada). Other locations or employers may also require that you take this course. It can be completed in less than two days, or may be extended as long as 90 days to meet your schedule.  The OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course is for supervisors and executives that must know more detailed information about managing safety and risks.

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OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course

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OSHA 30 Hour Construction Course

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8 Hour Hazwoper Refresher

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24 Hour Hazwoper Training

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NFPA 70E Training

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8 Hour Confined Space Entry

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OSHA 10 Hour General Ind. Course

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OSHA 30 General Ind. Course

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8 Hour First Responder

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40 Hour Hazwoper Training

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RMOL 5903

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 About OSHA-Pros USA

Starting in 1971, and going strong for the last 43 years, OSHA accepted worker safety training is essential to many job environments, and responsible employers require that training be completed by prospective hires in order to avoid liability. For the last fifteen years, these training courses have been available online, offered by OSHA-Pros on their website at the lowest prices, easily accessible from the comfort of your own home! OSHA-Pros offers live telephone support (just dial 866-442-6742 and we’ll prove it), exclusive deals for multiple students, affordable corporate pricing, and courses are accepted and available in all 50 states. Find out today why OSHA- Pros USA is America’s best risk avoidance training provider.  View and learn about all our services now by browsing our website.  We help manage hazards by giving works the education and resources that provide protection from hazardous situations and environmental risks. Any worker can also use this site as a complete resource to learn more how to take responsibility for their safety.

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