OSHA 10-Hour Online Training
- 100% Online Course
- OSHA-Authorized Training
- Courses for Construction and General Industry
- 24/7 Course Access from Any Web-Enabled Device
Our 10-hour OSHA Outreach courses teach safety awareness and train workers to recognize and avoid jobsite hazards. This training program provides an overview of OSHA standards as they pertain to safety and health hazards in the construction field and other industries.
OSHA 10-hour Outreach training is fully online and available in two versions: OSHA 10 for construction and OSHA 10 for general industry. Both versions are OSHA authorized and provide an official OSHA 10-hour card from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
When you finish the course, you can instantly download a certificate of completion. Provide the certificate to your employer as proof of course completion while you wait to receive your official OSHA 10 DOL card in the mail.
10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training (Construction or General Industry)
U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Official OSHA 10 DOL card and instant digital course certificate
100% online course
24/7 customer support
OSHA 10-hour training is designed for entry-level workers in construction or general industry who do not have a supervisor role or specific safety responsibilities. Supervisors and safety professionals are often required to complete OSHA 30-hour training.
Employers across a variety of industries require workers to complete OSHA Outreach training and earn an official DOL card. Certain states, cities and local jurisdictions have also made this training mandatory. However, OSHA does not require this training for all workers, and completing the course does not guarantee employment.
When you register for your course, you must choose between construction and general industry. Both versions cover industry-specific hazards you're likely to encounter on the job, so you should select the version that best matches the industry in which you work.
We recommend that you check with your employer to make sure you choose the course that satisfies the safety training requirements for your role.
Many employers require their workers to earn an OSHA card. This refers to the card you receive after completing a 10- or 30-hour OSHA Outreach Training course. The OSHA 10 card is a plastic, wallet-sized card that is issued by the Department of Labor.
Earning an official OSHA 10 card in construction or general industry proves to employers that you have completed 10 hours of specialized workplace safety training.
Both versions of the OSHA 10-hour course explain your rights under OSHA and your employer's responsibilities related to workplace safety. You'll learn how to recognize, avoid, mitigate and prevent hazards.
The course also explains how to file an OSHA complaint and trains you for specific hazards commonly found on jobsites in your industry.
You can complete your online training at your own pace. Each section of the course ends with a quiz, and you must pass a final exam to complete the course and earn your OSHA 10 card.
The OSHA 10 online course includes quizzes to test your understanding of each major topic. You must score at least 70% to pass a quiz, and you have up to three attempts per quiz to succeed.
After you finish all required lessons in the course, you can start the comprehensive final exam. You must complete the exam within 180 minutes.
The final exam includes 20 questions, and you must score at least 70% to pass. You have three attempts to pass your exam.
The OSHA 10 course will take at least 10 hours to complete. It is a timed course, so you must meet each section's minimum time requirement before advancing.
OSHA regulations state that students can complete no more than 7.5 hours of training per day, so the fastest you can complete the course is two days.
The final exam has 20 questions and a time limit of three hours. You can finish quickly or take as much time as you need up to the time limit. You'll need a minimum score of 70% to pass, and you can retake the test twice if you fail on the first attempt.
OSHA 10 cards typically arrive in the mail two to four weeks after you complete the course. However, processing and delivery may take up to 90 days. If you need to provide proof of your training immediately, you can show your employer your certificate of completion. You can instantly download your certificate after passing the final exam.
Your OSHA 10 card will not expire. However, some employers require workers to retake the course every three to five years to stay up to date on OSHA safety standards. If your OSHA card was issued more than five years ago, some employers may not accept it.
Yes. Recognizing that many professionals work full-time while earning their OSHA card or refreshing their knowledge, we made sure your training is available 24/7.
You can work at your own pace whenever you have the time. And when you log off, the system saves your progress so you can pick up exactly where you left off.
Yes, the course is 100% online and mobile-friendly. You can complete your training on any mobile device with an internet connection.
When you register for your training, we'll provide the email address of a qualified course instructor. You can email the instructor anytime to ask follow-up questions about any topic covered in the course.
OSHA does not actually certify workers who complete a 10-hour Outreach training course. When employers say you need to be OSHA certified, they typically want proof that you earned an official OSHA DOL card.
According to a disclaimer on OSHA's website, "None of the courses within the Outreach Training Program is considered a certification." OSHA considers these courses to be voluntary even though many employers require an OSHA card as a condition for employment.
No, you can work through the course at your own pace. Each section has a minimum time requirement that you must meet before advancing to the next section. You'll also need to pass a quiz at the end of each section.
In fact, OSHA does not allow students to complete the training in one sitting. Because OSHA regulations state that OSHA 10 students can complete no more than 7.5 hours of training per day, it will take at least two days to complete the program.