We’ve Updated Our Nevada OSHA Training Page
If you’re located in Nevada and you’re in construction you probably already know that OSHA training is required to work on any construction site. Nevada OSHA, in cooperation with federal OSHA has created a program that requires construction workers to obtain OSHA 10 hour training within 15 days of their hire, and supervisors to obtain OSHA 30 hour training within 15 days of their hire as well. Companies that do not comply with these new laws are subject to fines, and employees will be removed from the work site.
The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course reviews all the content that is necessary for your to get your OSHA Wallet Card from the Department of Labor. This course can be taken on line through our computer-based video training right from the comfort of your own home. For companies that wish to train multiple employees at the same time, we can provide an on-site customized course that can include your own materials. Keep in mind that whether you take your course on line, on-site or in another state, your course is approved in Nevada as well as every other state in the U.S. The Wallet Card is completely accepted in all 50 states.
For those that work in a supervisory role, such as forman, manager or safety official, you may wish to take the OSHA 30 Hour Construction Training Course instead. This course also results in your OSHA Wallet Card and fulfills the Nevada law for safety training.
Enroll in your course today, and have your Certificate of Completion card tomorrow. We also provide a Free Study Guide to help you through the course and the exams.
Our newly updated Nevada OSHA training page has a list of answers to frequently asked questions. We also have a new resources page for Nevada showing Las Vegas and Reno OSHA contact information as well as giving you links to useful website resources.
If you’re in Nevada, or thinking of moving there, you need to check out the job requirements right away.