OSHA 10-Hour Training

Meet regulatory compliance needs without travel costs, scheduling issues, or lost productivity!

The 10-hour General Industry Card is viewed by OSHA as a proactive step toward safety compliance and employee workplace safety. Don't wait on a visit from OSHA and face potential mandatory 10-hour training.

This course is for those who want to understand OSHA requirements better, those whose main function is HR but are also charged with company safety compliance, plant managers, supervisors, or safety team members.

  • Helps prevent costly incidents and OSHA fines at your site
  • Includes an "OSHA 10-HR" completion card, demonstrating compliance with all OSHA standards
  • Uses trusted and regulatory recognized OSHA curriculum
  • Allows you to tailor training by setting your own elective courses

Mandatory Subjects

  • Intro to OSHA
  • Walking / Working Surfaces
  • Exit routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention / Protection
  • Electrical Safety
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hazard Communication

Provides Tailored Training Using Industry-Specific Elective Courses

  • Safety and Health Programs
  • Machine Guarding
  • Lock out / Tag out
Spooner Incorporated

About Our Speaker

Jon Carpenter, Senior Safety Consultant for Spooner Risk Control & Safety Services, has 17 years of experience in occupational safety. Jon started his career in Safety as a Ramp Safety Manager for Continental Airlines Cleveland Hub, where he was responsible for ensuring the safety and health of all employees on the tarmac who worked below the wing of the aircraft. After several years as a Senior Safety Specialist, Jon was promoted to Regional Safety Manger for Continental Airlines. Over the next 15 years Jon managed Safety and Compliance for 25 Continental operations including the Cleveland Hub, Northeast U.S. Maintenance Operations, and all operations in Canada. Jon has formal education, certifications, and trainings in safety. His work has included experience in providing client safety program reviews and development to ensure compliance with OSHA standards, OSHA style inspections, citation abatement responses, ergonomic evaluations, investigation of accidents / incidents, and training on a wide variety of regulatory required standards and topics.