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Federal OSHA Outreach

Federal OSHA 10 and 30 Outreach Training Program

The 10 and 30 Hour Federal OSHA Outreach Program has been in place since the late 1970's and has steadily grown through the years. Today, UCSD processes over 30,000 cards annually. We pride ourselves on providing a quick turn-around in servicing your card requests. It is important that you follow the rules very carefully and contact us at oti-outreach@ucsd.edu if you have any questions. Welcome and on behalf of America's workforce, thank you!

Required: 2 hour Introduction to OSHA

All 10 and 30 hour OSHA, Cal/OSHA Partnership and Maritime Outreach courses must include the new 2 hour Introduction to OSHA as outlined by the Federal government. To receive information and curriculum for this Introduction go to this Federal OSHA webpage. There you will find the Instructor and Student guides as well as a Powerpoint presentation.

Important Note: There is a required test associated with the Introduction that is not included on the Federal OSHA website. If you do not have a copy of the test and test key please contact our office by e-mail at oshatraining@ucsd.edu and we'll send you an electronic copy.

To Request Your Student Cards

OSHA Outreach Trainer Reports are processed using the new online Outreach Reporting Tool. In order to process a report using this system, trainers are required to complete the online webinar training. If you have not completed the instructional training please review the Outreach Reporting Tool Mandatory Training. (pdf)

If you have completed the online training, please submit reports to the Outreach Reporting Tool.

If you have any questions, please contact our office at (858) 534-9283 or oti-outreach@ucsd.edu.

Construction Industry and General Industry

New program guidelines have been released by OSHA. Please review these significant changes. All trainers must download and review the following documents:

Outreach Reporting Tool

Submit all Outreach Training Reports here.

Frequent Questions

Common questions are answered at the U.S. Department of Labor's OSHA Outreach Training Program site.

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