Outreach trainers who wish to be authorized by OSHA to teach the Cal/OSHA versions of the 10- and 30-hour Construction Industry Outreach Training Program classes must fulfill some requirements.
Cal/OSHA announces revised Construction Industry Pocket Guide including regulatory updates, and release of an updated of Enforcement Goals
OSHA Training and Class Schedule: Accident Investigation; hazardous materials; trenching and excavation safety.
Cal/OSHA has expanded and enhanced OSHA standards for the construction industry with two new programs for injury and illness prevention and heat illness prevention.
OSHA has initiated a process to update and replace its voluntary “Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines."
The OSHA training program expands to several new locations including including Honolulu, Hawaii; Reno, Nevada; and three new California locations.
Cal/OSHA Standards for General Industry (OSHA 5119) has been developed in partnership with CAL/OSHA, and emphasizes general industry standards and compliance with the Title 8 Industrial Relations section of the California Code of Regulations (CCR).