OSHA Outreach

OSHA Outreach

OSHA Outreach Training

The USW Tony Mazzocchi Center offers OSHA Outreach Training 10- and 30-hour courses in both General Industry and Construction.

The OSHA General Industry and Construction Outreach 10- and 30-hour courses are ideal to provide all workers with basic safety and health awareness. The Outreach courses will introduce participants to OSHA policies, procedures, standards and principles covered under OSHA’s General Industry and Construction standards. Upon the successful completion of an OSHA Outreach 10-or 30-hour course, each participant will be given a course completion card issued by the U.S. Department of Labor.

For more information, please follow the links below:

OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Training

The USWTMC offers USW members and affiliated establishments OSHA OTI General Industry and Construction Training under the umbrella of the National Resource Center, an OSHA Region III Educational Center.

The OSHA General Industry 511 and OSHA Construction 510 courses are the highest technical safety training offered by the OTI in the General Industry and Construction disciplines. These courses cover OSHA policies, regulations and standards in more depth and scope than outreach programs with an emphasis on OSHA standards and regulations to assist participants in the measurement and correction of unsafe working conditions. The OSHA 511 and 510 also serve as a prerequisite for OSHA OTI Train the Trainer courses in General Industry (OSHA 501 and 503 courses) and Construction (OSHA 500 and 502 courses). Upon successful completion of any OTI courses, each participant will be issued the proper certificate and/or card from the U.S. Department of Labor.

For more information on any of the OSHA OTI courses offered by the USWTMC listed above, please follow the links below:

For more information about OSHA Outreach/OTI training, please contact TMC Program Coordinator David Cassady at dcassady@usw.org or 540-797-3405.