OSHA General Industry Certifications

OHSA training provides the General Industry standard for the necessary safety education for employees and leadership.  OHSA – 10 is geared to the entry-level employee, safety committee members, or individuals seeking a safety certification prior to employment.  OHSA – 30 is geared toward an organization's leadership, team leaders through plant management with responsibilities for personnel, plant safe operations and OSHA standards compliance. 

Current Courses

Course Name Dates Days Hours Campus Room Register
OSH-3015-725 OSHA 10 General Industry Cert 3/5/19 - 3/6/19 T, W 8:30 am- 3:30 pm Cameron Business & Industry 174 Click Here
OSH-3015-727 OSHA 10 General Industry Cert 4/30/19 - 5/1/2019 T, W 8:30 am- 3:30 pm Cameron Business & Industry 174 Click Here

Course Name Dates Days Hours Campus Room Register
SAF-3027-726 OSHA 30 Hour Certification 4/1/19 - 4/4/19 M,T,W,TH 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Cameron Business & Industry 174 Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Two types of OSHA General Industry Certifications are offered in the Spring and Fall.

  1. OSHA 10-hour General Industry training is a safety awareness credential for entry level workers, safety committee members, or individuals seeking employment in a manufacturing, maintenance or construction industry.

    Certification Requirement: A certification card will be issued for 100% attendance in 10 training hours, and completion of knowledge demonstration per instructor requirements.

  2. OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Certification covers hazard awareness topics and how to reference the OSHA General Industry Standards resources. If you are responsible for personnel safety, safe operations and/or OSHA compliance, this certification is one to consider. In an interactive class setting, the instructor will help you better manage and lead your organization’s safety strategies and action plans toward bottom line results.

    Certification requirement: A certification card will be issued for meeting training criteria: 100% attendance for 30 hours training hours on topic, and completion of knowledge demonstration per instructor requirements.

    Textbook Required: OSHA General Industry Standards 29 CFR 1910