OSHA Training Oklahoma

Oklahoma Not Requiring OSHA 10-Hour Training, Some Companies Do

Map of Oklahoma on OSHA on-site training resources pageIt’s pretty easy to explain Oklahoma’s OSHA training requirements, because they don’t have any.  Oklahoma does offer the OSHA free consultation service, which allows employers with 250 or fewer employees to have a consultation that is not an inspection.  The consultation will point out things that might create a problem during an OSHA inspection, and makes recommendations for changes to make sure that the company is compliant with Federal standards, which of course apply just as much in Oklahoma as anywhere else.

Many companies do require OSHA workplace safety training, and so you should check with your employer if in doubt.  (You might also want to check whether OSHA online training would help you advance in your job.  Depending on your position, it might be beneficial, and it’s certainly affordable through us.)


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OSHA 10 Hour Construction Online Training Course
Price: $89.00 (Includes FREE PDF Study Guide)
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The 10 Hour Construction Training will prepare you to start immediately on public work projects in Oklahoma or any construction job in all 50 states. Upon completion of our online courses, you will be able to print a temporary certificate of completion. You will receive the Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card in approximately two weeks.


Organizations that have a need to train multiple employees simultaneously, can take advantage of OSHA-Pros Group Rates for on-site instruction. One of our OSHA-Authorized Instructors will travel to your facility to administer the course to all employees. Successful students will obtain their Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Cards upon completion. To schedule your on-site course, please contact us direct (toll-free) at 1-866-265-5813 and speak to one of our friendly customer service schedulers, or you may complete our customer service inquiry form online here to receive a quote for your services.


If you work with the ODOL (Oklahoma Department of Labor) they can sometimes secure for you a 2-year exemption from any Department of Labor OSHA inspections.

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Looking for OSHA Offices in Oklahoma?  Check out our Oklahoma OSHA resources page.