OSHA Outreach Training Program

Outreach Training Program

Background

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Outreach Training Program was established to train workers in the basics of safety and health hazard recognition and prevention. OSHA authorizes trainers who complete the 4-day construction, general, maritime, or disaster site train-the-trainer courses to conduct the 10-hour and 30-hour (7.5-hour or 15-hour for disaster site) safety and health hazard recognition and prevention courses.

See How to Become an Outreach Trainer

 

All Industries

Outreach Training Program Requirements
Record Retention Summary
Sample Daily Roster
Sample Topic Agenda

 

Construction Industry Resources

Program Requirements
Construction PowerPoints
10 Hour Topic Requirements
30 Hour Topic Requirements

 

General Industry Resources

Program Requirements
General Industry PowerPoints
10 Hour Topic Requirements
30 Hour Topic Requirements

 

Maritime Industry Resources

Program Requirements
10 Hour Topic Requirements
30 Hour Topic Requirements

 

Disaster Site Industry Resources

Program Requirements
7.5 Hour Topic Requirements
15 Hour Topic Requirements

 

Cal/OSHA Partnership Outreach Program for 10-hour and 30-hour Training

In 2010, Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA established a partnership wherein authorized Federal Outreach Trainers who fulfill additional eligibility requirements can also teach Federal 10-hour and 30-hour courses based on the California Code of Regulations, Title 8.

Cal/OSHA Construction Industry Resources

Program Requirements
10 Hour Topic Requirements
30 Hour Topic Requirements

 

Cal/OSHA General Industry Resources

Program Requirements
10 Hour Topic Requirements
30 Hour Topic Requirements