OSHA Training Connecticut
More Details About OSHA Training for Connecticut
If you live in Connecticut you’re in a select bunch, and not just because your state ranks 4th in per capita income. It’s also one of only 7 states that require OSHA 10-hour training at any level.
In Connecticut, employees working on any publicly funded project more than $100,000 must have OSHA 10-hour training. Proving that employees are in compliance with this requirement is up to the contractor who’s working on the job. They are required to submit proof of the training completion of any of their workers within 30 days of getting the contract from the State (in this respect Connecticut is a bit different than other states, some of whom allow you to prove it anytime before construction on the project begins).
One other unusual aspect to Connecticut’s requirement is that workers must renew their training every 5 years, which is not typical for other states.
OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Training Course
Price: $99.00 (Includes FREE PDF Study Guide)
The Connecticut program is administered by the Connecticut Department of Labor’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health. (CONN-OSHA)
All of our online OSHA 10-hour courses are accepted by OSHA in all 50 states and therefore are valid for meeting Connecticut worker training requirements.
If your organization plans to train more than three workers, you may be able to obtain substantial savings per student by allowing our OSHA-Authorized Trainer to come to your facility and administer the OSHA Training Courses on-site. Successful students will receive their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card upon completion. To schedule an on-site session, please call us directly (toll-free) at 1-866-265-5813 and speak to one of our schedulers, or you may complete our customer service form online.
Employers: if you have a number of workers and would like on-site training, we can come to you as long as you’re within 100 miles of any of the following Connecticut cities:
- New Haven
Looking for OSHA Offices in Connecticut? Check out our Connecticut OSHA resources page.