10 year Job Growth
Avg. Starting Salary1
US OSHA Logo svg
Issuing Authority

Issuing Authority OSHA

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) mission is to assure America’s workers have safe and healthy working conditions free from unlawful retaliation. OSHA carries out its mission by setting and enforcing standards; enforcing anti-retaliation provisions of the OSH Act and other federal whistleblower laws; providing and supporting training, outreach, education and assistance; and ensuring state OSHA programs are at least as effective as federal OSHA, furthering a national system of worker safety and health protections.
US OSHA Logo svg

OSHA 10 OSHA 10 Certification Detail

The OSHA 10-Hour Construction training provides essential safety training for entry-level construction workers, covering hazard recognition, prevention, and workers' rights. We’re partnering with CareerSafe, a best-in-class OSHA-authorized online outreach training provider, to deliver online video training courses and study guides that help learners prepare for their final assessment.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to OSHA

  • Focus Four Hazards (Falls, Electrocution, Struck-By, Caught-In/Between)

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • Health Hazards

  • Excavations

  • Material Handling

  • Scaffolds

  • Hand and Power Tools

  • Safe Driving

  • Emergency Plans and Fire Protection

  • Cranes

  • Welding and Cutting

Assessment Process

  • Complete all topics and assessments.

  • Pass the Final Assessment with at least 70% (three attempts allowed).

  • One course reset available, if needed.

Successful students receive a lifetime-valid OSHA 10-Hour Construction card and an immediate printable certificate. Cards are mailed within two (2) business days.

OSHA 10 Certification Skills Gained

  • Understanding the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and standards specific to the construction industry.
  • Identifying common hazards on construction sites and methods for hazard recognition, avoidance, and prevention.
  • Learning about personal protective equipment (PPE) and its proper use.
  • Understanding the importance of workplace safety and health programs.
  • Implementing safe practices for specific construction activities, such as electrical work, scaffolding, and excavation.
  • Recognizing workers' rights and employer responsibilities under OSHA regulations.

OSHA 10 Career PathwaysAttainable Jobs

highest Paying

$ - $
Estimated Salary1

highest Paying

$ - $
Estimated Salary1

highest Paying

$ - $
Estimated Salary1
1All available job and salary information is from Burning Glass Labor Insights and is updated annually to reflect industry changes.