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HAZWOPER Training Online
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training protects workers dealing with hazardous materials. Easily complete the required training, meet compliance needs and earn your completion certificate through the NSC Virtual Classroom, powered by Summit.
NSC Virtual Classroom
Online self-paced safety training covering more than 100 general safety topics in multiple languages. Virtual training saves time, streamlines curriculum and reporting, and offers a superior user experience for administrators and students.
Work Zone Safety Training
Managing vehicle traffic is one of the most important and dangerous operations on the road. NSC has comprehensive, skill-building courses that meet the Federal Highway Administration's MUTCD guidelines and the American National Standards Institute requirements.
OSHA 10/30 Training
Take the required OSHA 10-hour or OSHA 30-hour courses in Construction or General Industry and learn hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.
OSHA Outreach Training
OSHA Train-the-Trainer and OSHA Safety Training for 2018 is available for both Construction and General Industry at National Safety Council headquarters near Chicago. NSC has been authorized to deliver occupational safety and health training on behalf of OSHA since 1994 and is now offering this important training in the Great Lakes Region for U.S. residents.
Those who successfully complete the Train-the-Trainer program will be authorized to teach OSHA 10- or 30-hour and OSHA Hazard Awareness safety courses for construction or general industry to U.S. workers who need specific job-related safety training. Trainers also can issue official U.S. Department of Labor cards.OSHA Train-the-Trainer NSC classroom courses in Illinois include:
OSHA Safety Courses emphasize hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention. The OSHA 10-hour courses are for entry-level workers; OSHA 30-hour courses are for workers with more safety responsibility. All who successfully complete training qualify for a U.S. Department of Labor card.
OSHA Safety Courses include:
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