Vermont OSHA Training
Get certified in your area
Easy Safety School is proud to offer the very best OSHA Training in the state of Vermont. We work only with the best trainers nationwide to ensure your learning experience is as good as it can be. Whether you are an individual looking for OSHA 10 or 30 hour training or a business looking for a corporate compliance solution, you have come to the right place. Please use the tabs above to find out more about the trainers we work with and local state laws.
We currently serve Burlington, Essex Junction, Bennington, South Burlington, Rutland, Colchester, Brattleboro, Springfield, Barre, Middleburry, and all surrounding areas.
Request Training in your Area
To request a quote for On-site OSHA training in your area, please send us a detailed message using the form below or call us at (951) 698-3467. Please include your location, the course(s) you are interested in, the number of students, and the desired time frame for training. We will respond ASAP with trainer details and a quote.
Steven St. Laurent
OSHA Trainer in Vermont
Steven St. Laurent, the Founder of Bridges Safety Institute, has a unique background of Safety Engineering and Spanish. Mr. St. Laurent is an International Speaker & Trainer who has worked professionally as a field engineer, consultant and OSHA trainer since 2000 in New England, New Mexico, Sicily and Mexico! He has carried out scores of OSHA training across eight states for large and small construction and manufacturing companies.
During Steve's two years in Mexico, he gained a command of technical jargon and slang in Spanish (especially Mexican words) that few professionals have. It would be a pleasure to help you in your OSHA training needs as well as any other language or cultural interface your company has with the Spanish language.
To request a quote for On-site OSHA Training Email Us or Call us at (951) 698-3467.
OSHA Regulations and the State of Vermont
Is training mandatory?
Outreach training is not currently mandatory in the state of Vermont, however some employers require that their workers take the 10 or 30 hour training courses anyways. These training courses are known to reduce workplace hazards, injury, illness, and compliance fines. We always encourage at least 10 hours of safety training to all workers on a public or construction job site.