OSHA Training News
OSHA Training Institute Education Center
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District

September 11, 2019
Become an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer
in the Construction Industry
Knowledge is Power .
Have you ever wanted to be a team leader and teach others the importance of understanding OSHA standards related to the Construction Industry? Safety, support, training, empowerment, knowledge and potential liability all play a critical role in the construction industry. As an Outreach Trainer, you would be providing an educational experience for your students that will help create a safer environment for each job site. Teaching an OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour class involves recognizing hazards and focusing on the necessary steps to rectify any unsafe situation. 

OSHA 500 is the Trainer Course for Occupational Safety and Health Standards in the Construction Industry. Eligibility to become an OSHA Construction Industry Outreach Trainer involves meeting specific experience and/or education criteria , and then successfully completing OSHA 510-OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry , followed by OSHA 500-Trainer Course for the Construction Industry . Once both courses have been completed, you are eligible to become an Outreach Trainer, to conduct both 10-hour and 30-hour construction safety and health courses, and to issue student completion cards to participants.

The OSHA Training Institute Education Center is offering OSHA 500-Trainer Course for the Construction Industry at the following locations:

  • September 16-19, 2019 | Oxnard, CA NEXT WEEK
  • September 17-20, 2019 | Fresno, CA NEXT WEEK
  • October 7-10 | Dublin, CA
  • November 18-21 | Sacramento, CA
  • December 2-5 | Las Vegas, NV

Click here for more information and to register.
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OSHA Training Institute Education Center Courses
The OSHA Training Institute Education Center offers high quality OSHA standards-based training for construction, maritime and general industries at 13 locations throughout California, Nevada and Hawaii.
  • Click on the city links below to learn more about courses in each location.
  • Click on the photos for the address and a map to each location.
CLICK HERE to access the full schedule of 2019 OSHA courses. For more information, call (866) 936-OSHA (6742), email otc@clpccd.org or visit our website .
Overview of Upcoming Courses

This 4-day course is designed for those who are interested in teaching OSHA's 10-hour and 30-hour General Industry safety and health outreach classes to employees and other groups. Special emphasis is placed on those topics that are required in the 10-hour and 30-hour classes as well as on those that are the most hazardous in General Industry.



This 4-day course covers Federal OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, construction safety and health principles and the scope and application of OSHA construction standards, and is the prerequisite to OSHA 500-Trainer Course for the Construction Industry . Click here for the full OSHA 510 course description. 


This 4-day course provides federal employees the opportunity to learn basic safety and health hazard recognition for the workplace. The course introduces federal agency collateral duty safety health personnel to the OSH Act, Executive Order 12196, and enables students to effectively assist agency safety and health officers with inspection and abatement efforts. A field inspection of a government facility will be arranged in order to provide hands on experience. 



This 3-day course (previously OSHA 3110) covers OSHA Fall Protection Standards and provides an overview of fall protection methods. Topics include the principles of fall protection, the components of fall arrest systems, the limitations of fall arrest equipment and OSHA policies regarding fall protection. Students will participate in workshops demonstrating the inspection and use of fall protection equipment, residential construction fall protection, training requirements and developing a fall protection program.


Industrial Hygiene: Recognizing and Controlling Workplace Hazards
Industrial Hygiene focuses on anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, preventing and controlling environmental factors or stresses in the workplace that may cause sickness, impaired health and well-being or significant discomfort among workers or others in the community. Engineering, work practice and administrative controls are the primary means of reducing employee exposure to occupational hazards.

  • Engineering controls minimize employee exposure by either reducing or removing the hazard at the source or isolating the worker from the hazard.
  • Work practice controls alter the how a task is performed by changing existing work practices to minimize exposures, inspecting and maintaining process and control equipment on a regular basis, implementing good housekeeping procedures and providing adequate supervision.
  • Administrative controls include controlling employees' exposure by scheduling production and tasks to minimize exposure levels, such as scheduling hazardous operations when the fewest employees are present.

For more information, download OSHA’s handy 8-page Industrial Hygiene pamphlet.

OSHA 521-OSHA's Guide to Industrial Hygiene will be offered by the OSHA Training Institute Education Center on the following dates:

  • September 14-22 Starts this Weekend in Dublin, CA
  • October 7-10 in Las Vegas, NV
  • October 15-18 in Fresno, CA

This course covers industrial hygiene practices and related OSHA regulations and features hands-on practice in health hazard recognition and OSHA health standards requirements.
Electrical Safety Training Makes the Jobsite Safer for All Workers
OSHA’s Electrical Standards require employers to protect all employees who work on or near an electrical power circuit or are exposed to electrical hazards; to train all workers who can be exposed to electrical hazards; and to retrain or update workers as needed to maintain safety awareness.
 
Effective electrical safety training addresses the major hazards that could be encountered by employees working directly or indirectly with electrical systems, including:
 
  • Instruction on ground-fault circuit interrupters for all workers who use power tools and other electrical equipment; 
  • Proper inspection, use and maintenance of all electrical equipment, including extension cords, and guidelines for removal from service to reduce hazards;
  • How to recognize a locked and tagged electrical source and to understand how the Lockout/Tagout process affects their specific work areas;
  • Awareness of protective barriers, approach boundaries and warning signage;
  • Required personal protective equipment (PPE) and its proper use.
 
Click here to learn more about OSHA’s electrical standard and requirements.
 
The OSHA Training Institute Education Center is offering OSHA 3095-Electrical Standards , a 4-day course that covers OSHA standards and the hazards associated with electrical installations and equipment, on:
 
  • October 28-31 in Fresno, CA
  • November 12-15 in Reno, NV
 
OTIEC is also offering OTC 306-Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers (NFPA 70E) , a 1-day course designed for individuals who work on or near energized electrical systems, on October 1 in Dublin, CA.
On-site Training
Delivers High Value

All safety courses offered by the OSHA Training Institute Education Center can be fully customized to match an organization’s specific requirements and goals, and delivered on-site by highly experienced instructors. 

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about Class Discounts

  • Veterans - active and retired
  • ASSE members
  • United Contractors members
  • Groups of 3+ from same organization

(866) 936-OSHA (6742)

Become an Authorized
Outreach Trainer

Review our OSHA Outreach Trainer webpage to learn more about how you can become an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer in Construction, General Industry, Maritime, Cal/OSHA or Disaster Site Preparedness.

The OSHA Training Institute Education Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District currently offers high quality OSHA standards-based training for construction, maritime and general industry at our locations in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as in Central and Southern California, Nevada and Hawaii. Programs offered include OSHA safety standards, Outreach Trainer courses, Cal/OSHA standards curriculum, environmental courses and customized onsite safety training.

For more information, call (866) 936-OSHA (6742), email otc@clpccd.org or visit our website CLICK HERE   to view or download our 2019 Catalog.