What is OSHA 10 / OSHA 30?
Definition of OSHA 10 / OSHA 30 in Construction
Programs designed and presented by OSHA to instruct individuals in construction safety.
The numbers represent the amount of hours required to comply with the specific programs. On many projects, a worker is not allowed on the project without an OSHA 10 certificate. The OSHA 30 certificates are generally required of all supervisory personnel on the project form foreman to superintendents. The programs are now offered online and all construction workers should take the time to obtain the OSHA 10 certificate. In addition to these two certificates, OSHA has numerous, specialized programs customized for various specialty operations on construction sites. OSHA upon inspection will demand all personnel have proper PPE and that daily safety meetings be held.