2 Hour OSHA 1926 Review


2 Hour Course

Course ID: SRA0648

Approved By: State of Oregon: Construction Contractors Board

4.7 74 Reviews

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This course is designed to satisfy 2 continuing education credit hours for Contractors and can be taken entirely online. In this course contractors and business owners will learn about the history and purpose behind the Occupational Safety and Health Administration as it relates to workplace safety.

  • OSHA
    • OSHA 1926 (2 Hours) [7 Activities]
      • 01. OSHA Introduction (Video)
      • 02. OSHA – Overview
      • 03. Job-Site Safety
      • 04. Most Common Hazards
      • 05. General Safety Practices
      • 06. Construction-Specific Safety Practices
      • 07. OSHA
  • Course Completion
    • Mandatory Questionnaire
    • Certificate of Achievement

Instructor Bio

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Mike Melvin, owner of At Your Pace Online, LLC, is the instructor and industry expert for Oregon Contractor Training (CCB) courses. In addition to his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Administration from Ottawa University, Kansas, Mike has owned, operated, and worked for numerous construction companies. Mike's relevant construction experience includes framing, concrete construction, foundations, and roofing. As the current owner and CCB-approved lead instructor for CCBLicense.com, he teaches multiple courses pertaining to construction and business. With over fifteen years of experience in the industry, Mike combines his proven understanding of teaching online education with the practical and academic industry knowledge needed by Oregon Contractors to allow them to complete their courses and get back to the job site.

Course Reviews

May 5th, 2019
Photos for review of potential hazards is great learning tool.

August 11th, 2018
Helpful, Useful Information

June 5th, 2018
Good review for the OSHA 10 course

May 18th, 2018
Good stuff.

February 22nd, 2018
Very powerful I benefit a lot from this

November 27th, 2017
Very informative

July 1st, 2019
Comprehensive and informitive

April 19th, 2019
A picture in the course showing a step ladder said it needed to be three feet higher than the level you are moving to but I believe it is more for a step ladder than an extension ladder.

March 6th, 2019
Very informative!

December 12th, 2018
Pictures could have been larger.

December 1st, 2018
The pictures are the end were very small and very hard to make out. The "click to large" line covered much of the hazards.

August 30th, 2019
Good info. Would have preferred if this was narrated.

February 24th, 2019
Wish it was a video

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