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OSHA-Authorized Online Outreach Training Providers

OSHA has rescinded its January 12, 2012, announcement regarding newly authorized online Outreach Training Program providers and cancelled the March 29, 2011, Federal Register notice soliciting applications for "Online OSHA Outreach Training Programs." The agency is currently revising its process and criteria for reviewing and approving online Outreach Training Program providers and will publish a Federal Register notice announcing a new solicitation in the near future. The following organizations which were OSHA-authorized online training providers prior to January 2012, may still be available to provide OSHA-authorized online training:

Construction 10-hour: AdvanceOnline – www.advanceonline.com, CareerSafe – www.careersafeonline.com (Youth), ClickSafety – www.clicksafety.com (also includes Roadway, Cal/OSHA and Spanish), PureSafety – www.Puresafetyondemand.com, Redvector – www.redvector.com, Summit Training Source – http://1030.trainingweb.com, 360Training – www.360training.com, Turner Construction – www.turneruniversity.com, and University of South Florida – www.usfoticenter.org.

Construction 30-hour: AdvanceOnline – www.advanceonline.com, ClickSafety – www.clicksafety.com, PureSafety – www.Puresafetyondemand.com, Summit Training Source – http://1030.trainingweb.com, 360Training – www.360training.com, Turner Construction – www.turneruniversity.com, and University of South Florida – www.usfoticenter.org.

General Industry 10 hour: AdvanceOnline – www.advanceonline.com, CareerSafe – www.careersafeonline.com (Youth), ClickSafety – www.clicksafety.com, PureSafety – www.Puresafetyondemand.com, Summit Training Source – http://1030.trainingweb.com, 360Training – www.360training.com, and University of South Florida – www.usfoticenter.org.

General Industry 30 hour: Summit Training Source – http://1030.trainingweb.com, 360Training – www.360training.com, and University of South Florida – www.usfoticenter.org.

OSHA-Authorized online training providers are required to provide OSHA a list of secondary providers of their programs. Each secondary provider must prominently indicate their affiliation with the OSHA-Authorized online training provider on their website.

If you have any questions about online training, please send an e-mail.