Frequently Asked Questions

OSHA does not approve any providers. OSHA authorizes training providers to offer online 10 and 30-hour training online. We were among the first to offer online OSHA Outreach courses. We now offer an OSHA-accepted program provided by 360training.com, an OSHA accepted provider.

OSHA does not approve providers or courses and therefore our course is not OSHA approved. OSHA only authorizes or accepts training vendors. Easy Safety School’s 10 and 30 hour OSHA Outreach Training courses are OSHA compliant, meet the OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and OSHA 29 CFR 1926 requirements, and are OSHA accepted. Upon completion of the course, you will get a DOL Course Completion Wallet Card.

43 states do not have a training requirement. The education is voluntary. For the 7 states (NV, CT, MA, NY, MO, RI, NH) construction safety training is required and the requirements vary from state to state. Our online OSHA Outreach Training Course meets the OSHA compliance requirements.

Yes, a temporary printable certificate is immediately available upon completion of all courses provided by EasySafetySchool.com

If you are taking a OSHA Outreach 10 or 30 hour Training Course, you will receive a DOL Course Completion Wallet Card in the mail in 6-8 weeks.

Yes.

Students need to be wary of offers that seem too good to be true. The major providers have very similar pricing that reflects the significant costs associated with creating and supporting high quality programs.

Many workers are simply too busy or live in areas where classroom sessions are not practical. E-Learning offers much greater flexibility. The self-paced nature of online training allows each student to spend more time on the topics they are not familiar with and move more quickly through those that they are. In a classroom, everyone marches through the same topics for the same amount of time.

No! You do not have to complete a session in one sitting. At the end of a section, you can log out and when you log back in, all of your information will be saved.

Courses do not have a time restriction, except for the OSHA Outreach Training Courses. For the 10 Hour and 30 Hour OSHA Outreach Training Courses, the time to complete the course is six months. The completion of your survey is a required portion of your course. If you do not complete the survey within three months of your course completion, your card will not be processed. The survey link is located in your end of course instructions. Please complete the survey in a timely manner so we can process your card within the 6-8 week day timeframe.

The rate of time it takes for a student to complete the modules will vary by student. OSHA’s Outreach Training Program—Online Training Guidelines mandates that all students spend 10 or 30 hours in the respective courses. Any student that has spent less than the required 10 or 30 hours in the course must return to the course to review content that is key to them or visit other available course modules to meet OSHA’s timing requirement.

Go to the Student Login page and log in using your username and password. Click on the certificate icon next to the course column-Header you would like to reprint.

Upon completion of the course, you will receive a temporary certificate of completion from EasySasfetySchool.com. In 6-8 weeks, your DOL Course Completion Wallet Card will arrive in the mail. Please allow sufficient time for your card to reach you through the mail. The end of course survey must be completed within three (3) months or wallet card will not be mailed.

Please contact our customer support team at 1-800-442-1149 to receive a replacement card.

You will receive a printable certificate upon successful completion of the HAZWOPER course(s).

When you are logged in to the course, click on the “My Training” button in the bottom left-hand section of the course player. Click on “Outline” to see where you are in the course and to skip around to different sections.

This will vary depending on the course you take and the State that we report the credit hours to. Please make sure to read the end of course instructions when you complete your course.