Course Overview

The OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite safety course is specially designed to help keep employees safe while obtaining their OSHA 10-Hour Card. This onsite training course teaches recognition, abatement, avoidance, and prevention of health and safety hazards in workplaces. This program also provides information regarding employee rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint.


M Squared Safety's OSHA 10-Hour course is simply the most thorough and effective way to earn your OSHA 10-Hour Card requirement.

This course has been reviewed by the OSHA Training Institute and M Squared Safety is authorized to present this course as part of the OSHA onsite Outreach Training Program for Construction.

Intended Audience

The OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite course is specifically developed for:

Construction Workers

Construction Supervisors and Managers

Learning Objectives

This  OSHA 10-Hour Construction onsite safety course is a proven way to achieve the appropriate workplace safety level required. Being safe is the goal, and getting an OSHA 10-Hour Card will allow you to keep working. This OSHA 10-Hour Construction course will teach you about recognition, abatement avoidance, and prevention of health and safety hazards in the workplace. This course focuses on the OSHA construction industry standards and is a proven way to get your OSHA 10 Card and achieve the safety level required by your company for work in the construction industry. We encourage you to learn your company policies on these subjects, which may be more stringent.

Course Topics

Introduction to OSHA

OSHA Focus Four Hazards

Fall Hazards

Electrocution Hazards

Struck By Hazards

Caught In or Between Hazards

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Health Hazards

Stairs, Scaffolds and Ladders


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Course Topics

Introduction to OSHA

Contractor's Safety and Health Program

Reporting and Record Keeping

Electrical Hazards

Fall Protection

Materials Handling

Cranes and Rigging

Motorized Mobile Platforms

The Competent Person


Work Zone Traffic Control

Forklift Hazards

OSHA 30 Requirements

OSHA requires 30-Hour onsite training to be completed within 6 months from the date when you start the course:

OSHA30 Course Minimum Passing Score is 70%

You Have 3 Chances to Pass the OSHA 30 Test

You Receive Immediate Feedback on Incorrect Answers

OSHA 30 Card

M2 Safety records your score and submits reports of all successful course completions to OSHA and the Department of Labor. DOL/OSHA Completion Cards are sent to M2 Safety for signature and then mailed directly to the student (cards typically arrive 6 to 8 weeks after the successful course completion date).

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Fall Protection

Course Overview

Fall Protection is an comprehensive ONSITE course designed to teach you the basic guidelines and methods of fall protection safety. We will review fall hazards, fall hazard evaluation and fall hazard controls that are critical to health and safety in construction.  In addition, this course covers construction safety according to OSHA and ANSI standards.

Intended Audience

This onsite fall safety course will help construction workers and employees who are responsible for following OSHA and ANSI safety regulations. More specifically, this course is designed for:

Construction Supervisors

Construction Managers

Safety Officers

Learning Objectives

This fall protection course focuses on fall injuries and fatalities and the definition of fall protection. You will be taught the six steps of the fall protection program and how you can make the program work at your construction site.  Additionally, the course covers ways to recognize, evaluate, control, and eliminate fall hazards at the jobsite.

Course Topics

Fall Protection Overview

Background of Fall Protection

Hazard Assessment & Control

Common Problems and Solutions

Getting Started with Fall Protection

Other Fall Protection Issues

Features and Benefits

M2 Safety’s Fall Protection ONSITE course should prepare you to work on the job site where there is a potential for fall hazards. Upon successful completion of this course, you will:

Understand and be ready to implement all aspects of a fall protection program

Recognize, evaluate and eliminate conditions that can lead to fall hazards


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Fatal Four

Course Overview

OSHA has identified the four leading causes of fatalities in the construction industry. This on site course focuses on OSHA's Focus/Fatal Four Hazards which include electrical, fall, struck-by, and caught-in or -between hazards.

Intended Audience

This Introduction to OSHA Fatal/Focus Four on site safety course is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations.

Construction Managers

Construction Supervisors

Construction Workers

Learning Objectives

In M Squared Safety OSHA’s Focus Four Hazard on site training, you will learn what the four hazards are and understand how to avoid them. When finished with this course successfully, you will be able to understand and describe what the four hazards are, as well as help prevent accidents and injuries due to those hazards.

Course Topics

OSHA’s Focus Four Hazards

The Big Four


Fall Protection


Caught-In or -Between

Review of Focus Four Hazards

Features and Benefits

When you take M Squared Safety OSHA Focus Four Hazards on site safety course, you will learn about electrical, fall, struck-by, and caught-in or -between hazards, and how to avoid them. At the end of this course, you will have become familiar with:

The most common fatal facts and methods for avoiding hazards

Using safety tips to help avoid hazards

The most frequent causes of electrical injuries

How to follow a Safety and Health Program to prevent fatal accidents


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Confined Space

Course Overview

In this awareness-level ONSITE safety course, you will learn about Confined Spaces in Construction. Find out how to utilize your existing knowledge on confined spaces while learning about new kinds of safety procedures and changing regulations. Confined spaces include manholes, crawl spaces and tanks that are not designed for continuous occupancy and are difficult to exit in the event of an emergency. Construction workers often perform tasks in confined spaces and these spaces can present physical and atmospheric hazards that can be prevented if addressed prior to entering the space to perform work.

Intended Audience

This course is principally intended for construction workers with only limited exposure in work locations where confined spaces exist, but which they are not permitted to enter, attend or otherwise work in those confined spaces. It is important for workers to be able to recognize likely confined space environments, the potential hazards encountered and what they need to do to avoid hazards or exposures.

Construction Workers

Construction Foremen

Construction Managers

This Course is Based on:

OSHA’s Confined Spaces in Construction Standard as found in 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA.

Learning Objectives

By taking this M2 Safety Confined Spaces in Construction ONSITE safety course, you will have a more thorough and up-to-date understanding of the equipment, systems and procedures necessary to assist you in reducing the risks of workplace accidents due to confined spaces. Upon successful completion, you will:

Identify examples of confined spaces and the dangers associated with confined spaces

Recognize that OSHA has strict requirements for Confined Spaces in Construction, found in 29 CFR 1926, Subpart AA

Describe the major difference between a confined space and a permit-required confined space

Recognize that only select, trained, and authorized persons may enter permit-required confined spaces

Course Topics

Introduction to Confined Spaces



Common Types of Confined Spaces

Principal Hazards of Confined Spaces

Importance of Confined Space Location Recognition

Importance of Signs and Labels

Importance of Reporting Potential Hazards

Confined Spaces in Construction Summary

Features and Benefits

This Confined Spaces in Construction Awareness ONSITE safety course will explain what are common confined spaces, basic considerations of confined spaces hazards, what training and authorization is required for entry, and what students need to know to avoid confined spaces hazards. The student will be presented with interactive media to help them determine the recognition and potential threat of confined spaces.

Interactive media to help students determine the recognition and potential threat of confined spaces

Enhanced learning through case studies and interactive exercises including:


Confined Spaces

Early Warning System



Entry and Entry Permit

Hazardous Atmosphere

Permit Required Confined Spaces

Hazardous Atmosphere, Engulfment, Entrapment

Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH)

Lockout and Tagout (LOTO)


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Course Overview

Scaffold is an comprehensive ONSITE safety course on the proper use of a scaffold. Scaffolds are important when working above ground on a construction job site, and as with ladders, it is very important that they are set up and used correctly. Specific hazards are covered in this course so that you will be aware of dangers of working with or around a scaffold. Scissor lifts are briefly covered in this course.

Intended Audience

This Scaffold ONSITE safety course will benefit all workers on a construction site:

Construction Workers

Construction Foremen

Construction Supervisors

Learning Objectives

This ONSITE safety course will familiarize you with basic scaffold user safety and scaffold hazards. OSHA standards regarding materials and equipment, competent person inspection, and supported and rolling scaffolds are also addressed. There is an emphasis on the correct ways to set up a scaffold with examples of hazards to avoid.

Course Topics

Introduction to Scaffold

General Safety on Scaffolds

Scaffold Hazards

Scaffold Load Capacity

Scaffold Access

Erection Standards


Accident Review

Supported Scaffolds

Accident Review #2

Rolling Scaffolds

Features and Benefits

M2Safety’s Scaffold  ONSITE safety course focuses on the comprehensive safety guidelines and hazards of scaffold use. By successfully completing this course, you will know

Scaffold design and proper use

The value of a safe scaffold

Common types of supported scaffolds

Standards common to most supported scaffolds

Scaffold plank selection and inspection standards

Fully planked scaffold platforms

Who erects scaffolds

How are they built

Need and method for securing taller scaffolds

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Heat Illness Prevention for Workers Course

Course Overview

This OSHA Heat Illness Prevention course for Workers is intended for workers in all industries, including Construction, Manufacturing, Agricultural, Transportation and General Industry who have the potential for exposure to heat illness in their workplace. This course will familiarize the student with the basics of heat illness, its symptoms and ways it can be prevented.


Upon successful completion of the course, each student will get a M2Safety Certificate of Completion that will show the 0.1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and 1 Contact Hour received for this course. M2Safety is an authorized provider of IACET CEUs.

Intended Audience

This M2Safety OSHA Heat Illness Prevention training course is intended for all workers who are potentially exposed to heat illness and stress during their job.

Construction Workers

General Industry Workers

Manufacturing Workers

DOT/Transportation Workers

Agricultural Workers

Note: This course is based on Federal OSHA regulations for employees who do NOT work in the state of California. For those working in California, please see the M2Safety course designed and based on State of California OSHA regulations: Cal/OSHA Heat Illness Prevention for Workers.

Course Based On

While there are no specific federal standards for heat illness prevention, the OSHA General Duty Clause (OSH Act of 1975 Sec. 5. Duties) mandates the each employer should provide a place of employment free of recognized hazards that could result in harm or death including those caused by heat illness.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

Define Heat Illness

Recognize the Causes of Heat Illness

Recognize the Symptoms of Heat Illness

Identify Ways to Prevent Heat Illness

Recognize High Heat Procedures, including How to Respond to a Heat Illness Emergency

Course Topics

Following a brief introduction, the course will address heat illness in the following topics:

Heat Illness Background and Case Studies

Heat Illness Symptoms

Water, Rest and Shade

Features and Benefits

By taking M2Safety’s OSHA Heat Illness Prevention for Workers ONSITE safety course, you can begin to use the safety standards at job sites. When you have successfully completed this course you will: be knowledgeable of heat illness, warning signs and how to prevent heat-related injuries.

Provides workers with important safety tips for recognizing and preventing heat illness, as mandated by the OSHA Act of 1975 Sec.5. Duties, also referred to as the General Duty clause


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Hazard Communication Course

Course Overview

The introductory Hazard Communication Awareness onsite safety course covers the basic elements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication (often referred to as HazCom) Standard as found in 29 CFR 1910.1200. This course is intended to familiarize the student with the basics of the recent revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), including the 2012 revisions incorporating the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

This training course has been developed directly from OSHA’s Hazard Communication requirements as outlined in the revised (2012) OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and is intended to help employees meet the basic training requirements for Hazard Communication.

Intended Audience

This onsite Hazard Communication (HazCom) Awareness training is applicable to employers and employees in nearly all places of employment, including General Industry, Construction, Manufacturing, Service and Transportation Services.

Employees with only limited exposure or potential exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances

Learning Objectives

Following this training the student should be able to:

Describe the benefits provided to employees by the HAZCOM Standard.

Name at least three important elements of an employer’s HAZCOM program.

Recognize a hazardous chemical label.

Describe the kind of information found on hazardous chemical labels.

Name three important types of information related to safety data sheets (SDS) - formerly known as the MSDS.

Recognize when additional HAZCOM training is necessary.

Identify one additional source of information on HAZCOM.

Course Topics

Intro to Hazard Communication

Background and Definitions

Incorporation of GHS

Hazardous Chemicals and Classification Basics

Hazard Communication Responsibilities

Manufacturers, Distributors, Suppliers, Importers



Importance of Hazardous Chemical Inventory

Hazard Communication Written Program

Material Safety Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets


Information and Training

Hazard Communication Checklist



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Ladder Safety Course

Course Overview

Stairways and Ladders is an comprehensive ONSITE safety course that focuses on ladder safety according to OSHA regulations. This course defines industry terms and explains stairway safety regulations. You will be provided with case studies in order to learn real life situations. In addition, you will be informed of the necessary tools to follow safe practices while using ladders and stairways.

Intended Audience

This ONSITE safety course is for individuals who work in the construction industry. All workers are responsible for making ladder safety a top priority on every job site.

Construction Workers

Construction Supervisors

Construction Managers

Learning Objectives

OSHA’s safety requirements for Stairways and Ladders are presented in this ONSITE safety course. Temporary stairs have different safety concerns from ladders and there are rules of safe use for both included in this course. This course covers the important definitions and rules of safe use, so you can choose the best ladder for each job.

Course Topics

Definitions of Stairways and Ladders

Temporary Stairs

Types of Ladders

Using Ladders Safely

Straight and Stepladders

Fixed Ladders

Features and Benefits

By taking M2Safety’s Stairways and Ladders ONSITE safety course, you can begin to use the safety standards at job sites. When you have successfully completed this course you will:

Know stairway and ladders per OSHA standards

Understand why these standards exist

Be aware of basic stairway and ladder safety


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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Course Overview

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is an intermediate ONSITE safety course that focuses on evaluating and analyzing the hazards and risks in the workplace. This course focuses on the basics of OSHA’s regulations covering personal protective equipment. This training is useful and applicable to all industries.

Intended Audience

The Personal Protective Equipment training is geared towards the General Industry, Construction, Maritime and Agriculture industries, but is relevant for anyone who uses, selects, maintains or inspects PPE.




Learning Objectives

This Personal Protective Equipment ONSITE safety course focuses on the tools used in the workplace in order to understand the hazards that they can cause. Specifically, this presentation focuses on hazard identification, avoidance and control. You are encouraged to further your learning by reviewing OSHA’s Standard on Personal Protective Equipment. Specifically, Subpart I, sections 1910.34 through 1910.38 of OSHA’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry is important to review. By the end of this course, you will have been provided with the knowledge required to work safely at the job site.

Course Topics

Introduction to Personal Protective Equipment

General PPE Program Issues

Head Protection

Eye Protection, Face Protection

Emergency Eye Wash, Emergency Body Wash

Arm and Hand Protection

Foot and Leg Protection

Hearing Protection

Respiratory Protection

Body Protection

Levels of Protection

Fall Protection

High Visibility Apparel

Working Over or Near Water

Features and Benefits

By taking this M2Safety Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) ONSITE safety course, you will be better prepared to work safely at the job site while using personal protective equipment. Upon successful completion, you will:

Know the different kinds of PPE for protection against workplace hazards

Be familiar with guidance and assistance available from OSHA, NIOSH, EPA, U.S. Coast Guard, ANSI plus manufacturers and suppliers

Understand that PPE's are the third line of defense and are only tools used in the fight against workplace hazards.


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Lock Out / Tag Out

Course Overview

This information-packed onsite training offers the cost-effective solutions you need to keep your people safe-and to keep OSHA inspectors off your doorstep! You’ll get a comprehensive update on the very latest in OSHA’s ever-changing requirements, and you’ll also find out innovative ways other organizations are successfully using to meet these stringent standards - without busting the budget.

You’ll gain an understanding of the basics of OSHA record-keeping, learn how to avoid the top 10 most common OSHA violations, get tips for using proactive safety audit tools and discover smart ways to prevent accidents from happening. In addition, you’ll find out exactly what you need to do to be prepared for an OSHA site visit.

A special section on workplace violence offers real insight into reducing the risk of this grave threat to worker safety. Gain peace of mind — and establish a safer, OSHA compliant facility — using the solid strategies and essential information you’ll receive in this must-attend update!

Course Topics

OSHA Compliance - From "Must-Know" Basics to the Newest Regulations

Explaination of OSHA's confusing lexicon to define citation, violation, standards, requirements, rules, guidelines and many more

A review of how OSHA's penalty system works

Comprehensive methods for assessing your organization's current level of OSHA compliance

What's the No. 1 most cited OSHA violation? The top 10?

Understanding the ins and outs of the lockout/tagout standard

The status of the proposed ergonomics standard - and what changes it will mean for your organization

Analyzing the potential effects of OSHA's proposed rules for safety and health programs

Protecting your organization by looking ahead: New OSHA standards proposed by October 2000

Essential resources for staying up-to-the-minute on changes in OSHA regulations

Preventing Common Workplace Hazards (and Accidents Waiting to Happen)

Forewarned is forearmed: Most common safety violations cited by OSHA

Recognizing how "gray areas" in OSHA's Accident Prevention Guidelines could cost your company a bundle

How-to's for using proactive safety audit tools to customize a safety audit that guarantees results

A workplace safety hazards checklist no organization should be without

Conducting a job hazard analysis that can open your eyes to major problems before someone is injured

Specifics that your Hazard Communication Program must include to comply with OSHA requirements

Understanding why employees disregard safety rules — the reasons may surprise you!

Proven strategies for spotting and correcting reckless employee behavior

Preventing WMSDs: now the No. 1 cause of lost workdays due to injuries

Effectively Training Managers and Employees on Safety and OSHA Regulations

How do your training programs rate against OSHA's official training requirements for general industry?

Understanding exactly who must be trained — and how often — to meet OSHA standards

OSHA's Prevention and Control Programs and 7-Step Training Programs: Are they right for your organization?

Top reasons why safety training programs often fail to produce desired levels of improvement in safety

Essential components a safety training program must contain to be effective

Strategies for gaining employee — and management — buy-in for safety training

What to do before, during and after safety training to boost its impact and effectiveness

Training tips for motivating "reluctant" learners who'd rather endure a dental drill than safety training

Document, document, document: Failing to properly document training efforts could cost your organization plenty

when OSHA inspectors ask to see training records

Complying with OSHA's Record-Keeping Requirements to the Letter

Overview of OSHA record-keeping requirements with an explanation of the recent changes

A word to the wise: The most frequently cited recordkeeping violations

OSHA requirements on retention, maintenance and location of records

Ins and outs of the OSHA 300 Log and 301 Form

How to correct an entry the OSHA way

Step-by-step guidelines for reporting a work injury in accordance with new OSHA requirements

Valuable timesaving tips for reducing the number of hours it takes to keep and maintain OSHA records

How many people in your organization should be trained in OSHA recordkeeping?

Using your records to spot hazards and track accident trends — and significantly improve safety levels

Red Alert! How to Be Prepared for an OSHA Site Visit

Is your organization among those most likely to be inspected? Find out!

Valuable checklists that help you spot trouble — and avoid horrendous fines — before an inspector shows up

Hot spots: A list of places an OSHA inspector is guaranteed to look

Which records do inspectors scrutinize most closely?

Walking through the inspection process so you'll know what to expect

Tips for avoiding the most common mistakes organizations make during OSHA inspections

What you should know about OSHA's Program Evaluation Profile

How to contest an OSHA citation — and is it worth it?

Conducting surprise self-inspections to ensure your organization is fully prepared and in compliance when OSHA comes calling


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Electrical Hazard Recognition and Control

Course Overview

This comprehensive Electrical Hazard Recognition and Control ONSITE safety course focuses on the recognition and control of electrical hazards found in the construction industry. In this ONSITE training, you will be instructed on the procedures involved in maintaining a safe work environment for yourself and others. This course will also teach you to identify the risks associated with working with power tools and electrical circuits.

Intended Audience

This electrical hazards training is intended for all construction employees accountable to OSHA regulations.  

Construction Workers

Construction Managers

Construction Supervisors

Learning Objectives

This ONSITE safety course will enhance your knowledge of safety-related work practices designed to prevent electrical hazards. You are encouraged to further your knowledge on electrical safety by reading the reference guide on Electrical Construction, Title 29 CFR 1926.400-499. By the end of this course, you will have been provided with the knowledge required to work safely at the job site.

Course Topics

Overview of Electrical Hazard Recognition

Overview of Electrical Hazard Control

Jobsite Hazards and Controls

More Jobsite Hazards and Controls

Tool Safety Tips

Clues that Electrical Hazards Exist

Safety-Related Work Practices

Summary of Hazards & Protections

Features and Benefits

By taking M2Safety’s Electrical Hazard Recognition and Control ONSITE safety course, you will have been provided with the tools to be able to work safely around electrical hazards at the job site. When finished successfully, you will:

Know how to identify a number of electrical hazards typically found on construction sites

Be able to take proper protective measures when using electrical equipment

Follow cautions in order to maintain a safe work environment for yourself and others.


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