What is OSHA 10 and OSHA 30?
The first things that need to be asked are, what is OSHA 10? And what is OSHA 30? Are they related? What is the difference? You get the idea. Lets start with OSHA 10. OSHA 10 hour training is a ten hour training course designed by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration to instruct workers to recognize and prevent workplace hazards.
The key goal of OSHA training is to reduce the amount and extent of workplace injury and illness. OSHA 10 training is available for general industry and construction industry. Topics include means of egress, fire protection, electrical safety, personal protective equipment, and much more. Students who successfully complete the OSHA 10 hour course will receive an official DOL 10 hour card.
Now that you know what the 10 hour course is let’s move on to 30 hour course. You may have already guessed that OSHA 30 is simply a thirty hour safety training course, and you are correct. it give the student a more in-depth look into workplace hazards and injury prevention. It is designed for supervisors, managers and superintendents. Students who successfully complete the thirty hour safety training course will receive an official DOL 30 hour card.
Key Differences Between the OSHA 10 and 30 Include:
- Duration of the course (10 and 30 hours)
- Depth of study (30 hour course goes into more detail)
- OSHA 10 is designed for the everyday worker
- 30 is designed for supervisors and managers
- Both courses can be taken online
- Both courses can be taken on-site
Now that you know and can identify the key differences between the OSHA 10 course and the 30 course, you can now decide which one is right for you. Good luck and stay safe.
Source by Chad Marshman