Do the OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour outreach count as OSHA-required training for my employee?

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Though the OSHA 10 and 30 classes can provide some good safety knowledge, OSHA doesn’t consider these courses OSHA-required training. Instead, OSHA will evaluate the hazards your employees are exposed to and will expect to see hazard-specific training. If you need hazard- specific training for your team, we have a number of training options. Visit summitsafetygroup.
com and we’ll work to keep your team safe and your company compliant.

Meet the Expert

Jake Woolfenden is the owner of Summit Safety Group, a safety consulting firm that leads the Midwest in providing onsite & online safety training solutions, workplace assessments, written programs, and OSHA consulting to a variety of industries. 

Jake has been a speaker at numerous conferences & seminars around the country where he can be found speaking on anything from OSHA law, company culture, or advocating for mental health awareness within the blue collar trades. 

With a graduate degree in clinical counseling, and years of social work & counseling under his belt, Jake dove into the field of safety & health in 2009 when he worked with Harris Rebar, a large rebar installation and fabrication company with more than 70 offices in North America. Jake served as a field safety manager for multiple Harris locations throughout the country until purchasing Summit Safety Group in early 2014. 

Since owning Summit Safety Group, Jake & his team of consultants have continued to provide their clients with critical support regarding the federally mandated Occupational Safety & Health Administration standards they must adhere to. With offices in Springfield, Missouri, and Kansas City, Missouri, they have a unique ability to effectively serve businesses throughout Missouri, Kansas and the entire Midwest.