FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT IS OSHA TRAINING?
Created by the federal government, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is tasked with producing health and safety training requirements for workers. To help facilitate these requirements and institute a curriculum standard, 360training is authorized to provide up-to-date, industry specific, OSHA courses for busy workers like you.
WHO IS PROVIDING THIS OSHA AUTHORIZED TRAINING?
Jobsite safety is a shared commitment. That’s why DEWALT is proud to partner with 360training. As an industry leader in e-learning, online training, and workforce compliance, 360training provides accessible, online OSHA Outreach Training.
HOW DO I GET OSHA CERTIFIED?
OSHA does not provide certification for completing required trainings. However, the DOL does issue official cards for the completion of 10-Hour or 30-Hour trainings. Though these are not required by OSHA, some states and employers do make them mandatory.
WHAT IS OSHA 10 TRAINING?
OSHA 10 is an entry-level Outreach Training that focuses on providing an overview of occupational health and safety hazards for workers without supervisory responsibilities.
- For the Construction Industry: OSHA 10-Hour Construction
- For Most Other Industries: OSHA 10-Hour General Industry.
WHAT IS OSHA 30 TRAINING?
OSHA 30 trainings are designed for those with supervisory responsibilities and include a comprehensive range of topics.
WHEN WILL I RECEIVE MY DOL CARD?
You can earn an official DOL card by completing an OSHA Outreach Training Program. Once the program is completed, your DOL card will be delivered in 2 weeks. While OSHA doesn't sponsor these trainings, they are responsible for outlining the rules and guidelines for third-party providers. When shopping for a DOL card, look for a provider that is "OSHA-Authorized." Provider credentials can be confirmed on OSHA's website.
DO I HAVE TO RENEW MY TRAININGS?
To stay up to date with OSHA regulations, it's recommended that you retake trainings every 3-4 years. Check with your local state or industry for specific frequency requirements.