To seek or maintain employment in construction, workers, managers, and other personnel must complete the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Outreach Training Program. By doing so, they will receive a certificate of completion right away and earn their Department of Labor (DOL)/OSHA 10-Hour Card shipped within two weeks, certifying their knowledge of construction site safety standards, hazards, and more. The OSHA 10-Hour Construction Voice Authentication course provides this essential safety training with voice authentication (VA) to confirm participants’ identities and meet New York City’s proctoring requirements.
NEW: Our redesigned OSHA 10-Hour Voice Authentication course represents the next generation of ClickSafety courses. This course has a cleaner modern design, updated images, improved activities and assessments. We’ve updated this course to be more engaging to help you and your team learn, retain information, and stay safe on the job. Our course works on any device. Take it on your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet and complete the course on your schedule - anywhere, anytime.
NOTICE: This course is required for New York City construction workers and personnel. VA courses were developed in conjunction with the NYC Department of Buildings (NYCDOB) to address LL196 online course proctoring requirements. The voice-authenticated OSHA courses represent a best practice to ensure the identity of the student throughout the course.
In this OSHA 10-Hour online training course, construction workers and personnel learn how to recognize, avoid, abate, and prevent health and safety hazards. Course topics include:
- Introduction to OSHA
- Workers’ rights
- Employer responsibilities
- Filing a complaint
- OSHA inspections
- Focus Four Hazards (fall hazards, electrocution hazards, caught-in or –between hazards, struck-by hazards)
- Personal protective equipment (PPE) – identification, selection, use
- Acute and chronic health hazards in the construction industry
- Materials handling, storage, and use
- Hand and power tools
- Recognizing negative safety cultures
- Promoting strong safety leadership
- Identifying common challenges to safety culture in construction
- Roles for workforce and management in safety culture