47-hour Construction Train-the-Trainer Program
This "Train-the-Trainer"' program is designed to help individuals and employers in the construction industry gain the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct occupational safety and health training. This program includes training program requirements, how to develop effective training, and best practices for presenting safety and health training.Register Now Contact Us
Advance in your career.
Identify workplace hazards.
Conduct safety training.
Stay current on OSHA regulations.
- 703 Introduction to OSH Training
- 706 Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis
- 709 Personal Protective Equipment
- 721 Developing OSH Training
- 723 Conducting OSH Training
- 800 Intro to Construction Safety Mgmt
- 806 Focus Four - Falls
- 807 Focus Four: Caught In-Between Hazards
- 808 Focus Four - Struck-By
- 809 Focus Four - Electrocution
- 813 Construction Worksite Safety
- 850 Health Hazards in Construction
When you register for an OSHAcademy student account, you will be able to complete and track your training using our online Learning Management System (LMS). After registering, you will be able to edit your account profile and track your individual training from your personal LMS dashboard. Once you make a payment, you can view exam scores and, if purchased, print your PDF certificates.
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Final Course Exam
After studying the course material and completing the knowledge check activities, students can take the course exam. The course exam is designed to test the students understanding of the course material. Course exams are composed of multiple choice questions selected from our extensive question bank.
- Exams vary in length, from 10 questions to 50 questions, depending on the course content. Most exams are 20 questions in length.
- You have two (2) hours to complete the course exam.
- The exam is open book. You can use course modules, review notes, or the course study guide to help answer questions.
- You must achieve a minimum score of 70% to pass the exam.
- You may retake the final exam if you fail to pass it:
- You may take an exam three (3) times within a 48-hour period.
- After the third attempt, students must wait 48 hours before attempting the exam again. During this time, you should review the course material to improve your understanding.
- After each exam, you receive an email with information on missed questions. We encourage you to review the course material to improve your understanding.
- When you pass the final exam, you may not retake the exam to raise your score.
Like most safety training, our certificates "certify" you have completed a formal course of study. OSHAcademy certificates o not certify you as a "qualified" construction safety trainer. And, of course, OSHA does not "certify" anyone as a qualified oil construction safety manager either.
In the USA, to be "certified" as a qualified safety trainer you need to meet experience and educational requirements and successfully pass an exam from a credentialing organization like the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (www.bcsp.com) or the Institute for Safety and Health Management (www.ishm.org).
The 36-hour OSH Train-the-Trainer Program is designed for safety trainers who operate in a general industry setting. The 47-hour Construction Safety and Health Train-the-Trainer Program is designed for safety trainers who operate specifically in the construction industry.
OSHAcademy students that have already completed and paid for their training may qualify for a discounted price when purchasing a new program.
To determine if you qualify for a discount and how much the discount might be, our staff will need to evaluate your OSHAcademy transcript.
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I have enjoyed working on the courses that you have. I have learned a lot from the courses and it is a great way to keep up with the changes in the safety requirements for each area of construction. I really like that everything is free to access and this allows many others to be able to get the information that they need to be able to do their work safely.