The Pacific Northwest OSHA Education Center does not offer OSHA 10- and 30-hour courses, but we can help you find an outreach trainer or online course to fit your needs. Please use the resources below to locate a trainer.


To find an OSHA-authorized outreach trainer for training, please click here to visit OSHA's "Find a Trainer" website. This website, run by the US Department of Labor, lists available OSHA-authorized outreach trainers in your area. You can also find trainers authorized to teach in Spanish. Please contact outreach trainers directly to schedule 10- and 30-hour courses. You will receive your DOL-OSHA completion card through your trainer once the course is completed. 

Become an OSHA-authorized outreach trainer

The Pacific Northwest OSHA Education Center offers the classes required to become an OSHA-authorized outreach trainer. Professionals with at least five years of safety experience in their industries are eligible. Individuals who complete OSHA trainer courses are authorized to teach OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour courses in construction, general industry, maritime and disaster site worker. Authorized OSHA trainers may request OSHA cards for their students. For more information, visit our Outreach Trainer page or contact the Pacific Northwest OSHA

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