OSHA 10 Hour FAQs

Which industries does the OSHA 10-hour hazard recognition course cover?

You can take our course to receive OSHA 10 training for the Construction and General Industry.

How do I know which one to register for?

The OSHA 10 online training course for the Construction Industry is for those who work or will be working in construction related fields. The General Industry course is for everyone else who need workplace safety training. Contact our customer support team if you still need help deciding which one to take.

What are some course topics for the Construction Industry?

You will receive training on four different types of hazards and how to protect yourself from them. In the Construction Industry, these hazards are called the Focus Four and they include fall hazards, electrocution hazards, struck-by hazards, and the caught-in/between hazards.

What are some course topics for General Industry?

You will learn about electrical equipment, wiring designs, and various wiring methods. The course will also cover flammables and fire protection, hygiene and bloodborne pathogens, and more.

What can I expect from your course?

Our OSHA 10 hour Hazard Recognition Training for the Construction Industry course consists of 9 total lessons, a quiz at the end of each module, and a final exam. For General Industry, the course consists of 11 total lessons, a quiz at the end of each module, and a final exam.

You will be able to read real-life case studies, listen to audio narration, and utilize our interactive exercises. We also provide the option of downloading or print reviews to help you prepare for the final exam.

When do I get my 10 hour card?

In order to receive the OSHA 10 Hour training wallet card, you must spend at least 10 hours in the content portion and successfully pass the final exam. After that, you will be able to download your certificate of completion. This certificate will be treated as temporary proof that you have completed the course until your wallet card arrives by mail.

Which states recently passed laws that require OSHA 10 hour training?

New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri and Nevada require the training for construction contracts and public work projects.

Is there a group rate for employees from my company?

Yes. You will need to establish a Corporate Account by filling out our quick sign-up form. Through this account, you receive dedicated customer service and you can use our Account Manager Online Portal to manage your company’s training. Set up your account and call 1-866-481-7541 to request for bulk registration 4discounts.