OSHA 30-Hour for Construction
Construction Training

OSHA 30-Hour for Construction

This more in-depth online training curriculum is intended for supervisors and workers with some safety responsibility.

To learn more or to purchase, call 1-800-843-3174, x8226.


The OSHA 30-hour Construction online course acts as a solid introduction to common occupational safety concepts and workplace hazards in the construction industry. It is ideal and often required for many frontline construction workers who need to show proof of completion of a training course by an authorized OSHA outreach.

The 30-hour course is more appropriate for supervisors and workers with some safety responsibility while the 10-hour course is intended for the general workforce. Your employer should tell you if one course or the other is preferred or required.

This program is provided by Summit Training Source, an authorized online training provider of the OSHA 30-hour Construction course. 4-6 weeks after completion of all course requirements the learner will receive a plastic wallet DOL/OSHA 30-Hour completion card by mail.

  • Intended Audience: Ideal for most workers in construction environments. Workers in other industries should consider taking the OSHA 30-hour General Industry program.
  • Course Length: 30 hours (minimum)
  • Language: Available in English and Spanish
  • Copyright Date: 2022


Product provided in cooperation with Summit Training Source, an OSHA-authorized 10 and 30 Hour training provider. 

Summit Training


Special Requirements:

To comply with OSHA’s requirements for offering this program, there are some special considerations:

  • Learner will need to register a valid mailing address to receive their completion card
  • Learner can spend no more than 7.5 hours training in any 10-hour period
  • Learner can spend no more than 10 hours training in any 16-hour period
  • Learner must train on at least four calendar days to complete

To learn more or to purchase, call 1-800-843-3174, x8226.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to OSHA
  • Intro to Personal Safety
  • Behavior Based Safety
  • Process Safety Management
  • Workplace Hazard Recognition Incident Investigation
  • OSHA Work-Related Injury and Illness Recordkeeping
  • Slips, Trips, and Falls
  • Construction Fall Protection
  • Scaffold Safety
  • Electrical Safety: General Awareness
  • Electrical Safety: Hazards, Controls, and Best Practices
  • Lockout Tagout
  • Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Best Practices
  • Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety
  • Mobile and Elevating Work Platforms: Aerial and Scissor Lift Safety
  • Dropped and Fallen Objects
  • Intro to Caught In-Between Hazards
  • Excavation, Trenching and Shoring Safety
  • PPE Fundamentals
  • PPE Head Protection
  • PPE - Eye and Face Protection
  • PPE - Hearing Protection
  • PPE - Hand Protection
  • PPE - Foot Protection
  • PPE - Respiratory Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Hazard Communication
  • Workplace Signs, Labels, and Tags
  • Chemical Safety
  • Compressed Gas Safety
  • Silica Hazards
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Eye Safety
  • Stairway Hazards
  • Ladder Safety
  • Mobile Ladder Safety
  • Confined Space Entry - Permit Required
  • Rigging Safety
  • Conveyor Safety
  • Industrial Ergonomics
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Emergency and Fire Preparedness
  • Fire Extinguisher Safety
  • Fire Extinguisher: Monthly Inspection
  • Forklift - Fundamentals
  • Forklift - Safe Driving
  • Forklift - Load Handling
  • Forklift Stability and Capacity
  • Forklift Inspection and Maintenance
  • Powered Industrial Truck Safety
  • Winter Weather Driving
  • Asbestos Hazard Awareness
  • Lead Awareness
  • Intro to Combustible Dust
  • Formaldehyde Safety
  • Intro to Spray Finishing Hazards
  • Intro to Hexavalent Chromium Hazards
  • Intro to Benzene Hazards
  • Intro to Beryllium Hazards
  • Flammable Liquids
  • Intro to Cadmium Hazards
  • Employee Safety Orientation
  • Back Safety and Injury Prevention
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Fatigue and Stress Awareness
  • Cold, Flu, and Transmissible Illness Prevention
  • Mosquito, Tick, and Vector-Borne Illness
  • Workspace Cleanliness
  • Hand Safety
  • Hand and Power Tool Safety
  • Machine Guarding
  • Hot work
  • Cold Stress
  • Heat Stress
  • Violence in the Workplace
  • Earthquake Preparedness
  • Hurricane Preparedness
  • Tornado Preparedness
  • Traffic Control (Flagger)

Additional OSHA online training courses available:

OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
OSHA 10-Hour for Construction
OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry