Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Department of Labor
The OSH Act of 1970 established a myriad of workplace safety regulations that have continued to evolve over the past 4 decades.
Employers are required to provide a "workplace free of recognized hazards" that can lead to serious injury or death.
In order to comply with OSHA regulations, many employers provide the OSHA 10 hour or 30 hour class to their employees. Government contract jobs often require workers to possess at least a 10 hour OSHA training card. Many major general contractors require all subcontracted workers to possess at least an OSHA 10 hour card.
Granite State Trade School offers both the 10 hour and 30 hour classes upon request to employers, either on site or at our site. Class sizes are limited to between 3 and 40 students, as per OSHA regulations.
Granite State Trade School now imbeds the OSHA 10 hour training into our 2 year HVAC certificate program, such that any student graduating from the program in a timely manner receives an OSHA 10 Hour card.
Call our office at 603-895-4444 to request OSHA training.