30-Hour General Industry Course

    The objective of the OSHA 30-hour General Industry Course, presented by CSEM, Inc. is to train and educate employees and employers in the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of unsafe and unhealthful working conditions, and to improve the skill and knowledge levels of personnel engaged in work relating to the Occupational Safety and Health Act. Upon successful completion, each student will receive an OSHA completion card. 

    Each course is customized to meet the needs of each client; therefore a standard course outline is not available. However, below you will find some of the topics available for the 30-hour General Industry Course. OSHA requires 24-hours be spent covering certain topics and the remaining 6-hours will be chosen by the client as electives. 30-Hour General Industry Course (Contact Hours)
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