Designed to help you identify and avoid commonly encountered industry hazards, this OSHA 10-hour program is the only one of its kind. The 10-hour class includes examples of real-world job-site scenarios that show typical hazards and their remedies.
Upon completion, you receive an OSHA 10-hour safety training completion card.
The OSHA 30-hour training class highlights critical industry safety hazards, including electrical, struck-by, caught-between and fall-related hazards. You must complete the 10-hour program before participating in the 30-hour program, which dives deeper into more specific details regarding construction safety and how you can prepare for safety hazards during all phases of roofing work.
Upon completion, you receive OSHA 30-hour safety training completion cards.
For more information about this and other NRCA programs delivered directly to your company, contact Jeff Jarvis, NRCA's vice president of membership, sales and business development, at (800) 323-9545, ext. 7512 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Understanding the construction industry regulations set forth by OSHA is complex. This seminar not only tells how to comply with regulations but also how to use the book of regulations to find answers on our own. I strongly recommend this class to anyone wishing to further their education in the construction industry.
Aspen Contracting Inc., Lee's Summit, Mo.
Before taking the class, I felt nervous about OSHA. Now I would feel confident during a visit from OSHA we could contest what they are saying, if necessary, and we can stay up to code.
Great Lakes Roofing Corp., Germantown, Wis.