The OSHA Construction silica and competent person course satisfies OSHA’s new Crystalline Silica Rule which requires all workers who are covered by the standard to receive a recommended 1 hour of silica training and to participate in a silica safety training program. Silica dust management training will teach students about the dangers of respirable crystalline silica, how to protect themselves from exposure to silica and how to comply with OSHA’s new rule.
We developed an e-learning environment that users of all skill levels can use. Don’t worry, you won’t have to ask your neighbor's kid to help you.
Works on all devices including iOS, Android, Microsoft, tablets and phones. You can even start, stop, and continue between devices making it easier to complete training on the go!
If at anytime you encounter a technical problem we are a chat/phone call away, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additionally, you will have access to an authorized instructor to answer your specific questions regarding health, safety, and the EPA/OSHA laws.
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We are confident that you will enjoy this course. But in the off chance you are dissatisfied for any reason, we will refund your payment , no questions asked. That simple!
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"I work in a variety of construction environments. i and my co-workers run into silica everyday. after taking this course, i feel better prepared to protect myself and my co-workers. i strongly recommend this course to anyone wanting to learn more about silica, the new standards associated with silica, or how to avoid long term silica related injuries."
"This a very educational course that is awesome for all of my employees to take. Thank you for taking the time to educate us all on this new reg."
"I have been around silica for 50 years. this has made me more aware of what to do to protect myself and others at the jobsite."