OSHA 30-Hour Certification (Construction)


Unlock your potential and expand your career opportunities in the construction industry by registering for our OSHA 30 course today. With just a click of a button, you can sign up for free and validate your account to gain access to the course. Take the first step towards success and add this valuable certification to your profile. Join the ranks of SSHOs, Project Managers, Superintendents, and tradespersons across the United States who have elevated their skills and knowledge through this course.

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This comprehensive OSHA 30-hour course for construction is an absolute must for anyone looking to work on construction sites. It covers all the safety regulations outlined in the OSHA Safety & Health Regulations for Construction – Standard 1926, which means you’ll be fully equipped to identify potential hazards and prevent accidents on the job. In fact, many construction projects require an OSHA 30 certification before you can even set foot on the site, and even residential construction companies often require this level of training.

Our course has been developed using real-world data from near-misses, injuries, and fatalities that have occurred on construction sites. This means you’ll receive the most relevant and up-to-date education available, based on current trends in the industry. We’ve used this data to identify the topics that carry the highest risk, so you can be sure you’re getting the best education possible. By completing this course, you’ll not only be protecting yourself from harm, you’ll also be demonstrating your commitment to safety and professionalism, which can help you stand out in a competitive job market. So don’t wait – enroll in this OSHA 30-hour course today and take the first step towards a safer and more successful career in construction!

In this OSHA 30-hour certification course (Construction), you will learn:

  • MODULE 1: Introduction to OSHA
  • MODULE 2: General Safety and Health Provisions
  • MODULE 3: Occupational Health and Environmental Controls
  • MODULE 4: Hazard Communication
  • MODULE 5: Lead and Asbestos in Construction
  • MODULE 6: Personal Protective and Life-Saving Equipment
  • MODULE 7: Signs, Signals, and Barricades
  • MODULE 8: Hand and Power Tools
  • MODULE 9: Welding, Cutting, and Braising
  • Module 10-A Focus Four: Fall Protection and Prevention
  • Module 10-B Focus Four: Electrocution Hazards
  • Module 10-C Focus Four: Caught In or Caught Between
  • Module 10-D Focus Four: Struck-By Hazards
  • Module 11: Steel Erection
  • Module 12: Fire Prevention and Protection
  • Module 13: Confined Spaces in Construction
  • Module 14: Hoisting, Rigging, and Load Handling Equipment
  • Module 15: Walking and Working Surfaces
  • Module 16: Scaffolds, Lifts, and Ladders
  • Module 17: Trenching and Excavations.

Students will benefit from taking this course because:

  • This course will cover all subparts within OSHA Safety & Health Regulations for Construction – Standard 1926,
  • Increase safety awareness and reduce hazards at your workplace!
  • An official and verifiable TITAN University certification can be downloaded immediately after a passing score of 70% or higher.
  • You can take the course at your own pace, taking breaks when you need to.
  • Have a question, just ask us on the Contact Us page and we will answer your question promptly.

What is an OSHA 30 construction certification?

It is proof that you have received 30 hours of formal education in OSHA Safety & Health Regulations for construction.

What is the average salary for a Site Safety & Health Officer?

Salaries vary depending on state. The federal average annual pay for a Site Safety & Health Officer is around $78,425. Visit us at www.titanconsultants.com if you are interested in applying for a position. Our salaries are competitive, and we have a great benefits package!

Will I receive a Department of Labor OSHA 30 card?

Upon completion of this course with 70% or higher, we will provide you with a certificate of completion. The Department of Labor (DoL) will not issue you a OSHA 30-hr card for taking this course; however, most construction projects do not require the DoL OSHA 30-hr card. Our certification course covers all subparts within the 1926 manual. Thus, you will receive the necessary training to understand the OSHA 1926 safety standards.

Is there a test for OSHA 30?

Yes, there will be an exam after each module. You must pass with a 70% or greater to pass the module. All modules must be passed before we can issue your certification.

How long is the OSHA 30 certification valid?

There is no expiration on the OSHA 30-hr certification. However, it is advised that you should take continued education annually to stay current with industry changes and trends. Also note that some construction projects may put their own expiration on OSHA 30-hr cards to ensure that the construction personnel are properly educated with the advancements in the industry.

Which is better: OSHA 10 or OSHA 30?

In the commercial construction industry, OSHA 30 has now become the standard for safety education. Back in the early 2000s, OSHA 10 used to be the standard. There is no course that is better than the other. However, the OSHA 30 course is more sought after by employers.

Is there an OSHA 50?

No there is no certification for this. However sometimes people tend to think HAZWOPPER 40-hr and EM 385-1-1 40-hr are OSHA 40-hr. This is also not correct.

Which course is best for a safety officer?

To start, all safety officers should have an OSHA 30-hr certification and First Aid / CPR. Depending on the industry in which you work, additional certifications may be needed. If you are in the health care industry, perhaps an MRSO and/or MRSE certification would be best. If you work on high-rise buildings, perhaps Fall Protection is your best bet.

What is the difference between OSHA 500 and OSHA 510?

OSHA 500 is the Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards in the Construction Industry and OSHA 510 is the Occupational Safety and Health Standards in the Construction Industry. You cannot take the OSHA 500 course until you have passed OSHA 510.

How do I get OSHA 500 certified?

OSHA 500 is the Trainer Course in Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry. When you pass OSHA 500, you will be authorized to teach OSHA 10-hr and OSHA 30-hr to individuals and groups. In order to take the course, the student must:

Have completed OSHA 510

Have five (5) years’ experience in the construction industry.

Possess a degree in occupational safety & health, Certified Safety Professional (CSP), or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), or possess an additional two (2) years of related work experience in construction safety.

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Posted 4 days ago
Excavation and trechning

I have enjoyed the course

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Mohammad Rashid
Posted 4 weeks ago
baisic safety

I like this course because it is very interesting ang good source of knowledge gaining.

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Posted 4 weeks ago
One of the best online Courses i ever completed.

One of the best online Courses i ever completed.

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Sidhanta Kumar
Posted 1 month ago
Very worthy course for a safety professional

Love it and learn

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Posted 1 month ago

Very informative and wonderful system to educate and teach the safety chapters.

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Sayed Naseer
Posted 1 month ago
All of the contents and modules are important

I like all of the contents of this course. and it is same to my expectation.

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Posted 1 month ago

Dry helpful course very knowledgeable

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Posted 1 month ago
if you need to do OSHA, THIS IS IT!


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Posted 1 month ago
Titan university Rocks

Very nice course

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Posted 2 months ago
I appreciated this course!

I appreciate this course. Safety is so important, and I could get my certification for free. Great thing this university does!!

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Posted 2 months ago

I thought the course topics were good, informative and helpful. What I thought was bad is on the quizzes there were questions that were marked wrong when you could go back and see that the answer you selected was correct. This happened not just on one quiz but multiple quizzes throughout the 20 unit module.

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Posted 2 months ago
worth it

not only is it as a professional as any other course you can get but it is free!

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