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The state of Missouri requires that workers complete a construction safety course covering OSHA regulations 29 cfr 1926 within 60 days of employment at a construction site if it is a public works project.
Our highly interactive online course can help you meet this requirement immediately.
Our OSHA 10 Hour Card Program
This course is designed for workers who need their 10 Hour card and is accepted in Missouri.
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- Highly interactive
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- Start immediately
- Finish in 2 days or take up to 6 months to complete
Over the past three years, over 1.3 million students have received training through this program.
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OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Wallet Card
The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety training course covers the OSHA regulations and standards in 29 cfr part 1926. Participants that complete the course receive a temporary certificate of completion immediately after completing all the requirements.
Participants also receive an OSHA 10 hour wallet card directly from the Department of Labor (DOL). This card is the official DOL 10 hour card and is sent four to six weeks after completion.
Contact a Trainer
We have an OSHA authorized trainer available to answer any questions you have during the course. You may email Marie Athey, OHST, anytime by clicking this link: OSHA Authorized Trainer.
OSHA 10 Hour Card for Missouri – Summary
Every worker needs to complete the 10 hour construction safety course with 60 days of employment at a public works construction site. The state of Missouri defines a project as “public works” even if it is only partly funded by state or local public funds. There are a few small exceptions for public utility and rail crossing projects.
Online courses from an accredited provider are acceptable.
The law became effective on August 28, 2009.
OSHA 10 Construction Safety – Missouri Law
The law that includes the 10 hour requirement is here: