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Charles Hunt – OSHA Instructor

Charles Hunt – OSHA Instructor

Charles Hunt is a top OSHA instructor that presents an important public training program in various states. He’s approved by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) Training & Outreach Division to deliver OSHA classes for you and your company.

  • OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer
  • Suspended Scaffold Rigging Foreman/Trainer
  • NFPA 70e Electrical Safety Trainer
  • DOT Work Zone Traffic Control Supervisor
  • FEMA100, 200, 700
  • Site Safety Manager
  • DOT Flagger Trainer
  • Hazwoper 40

*Member of the American Society of Safety Engineers

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Charles Hunt OSHA Instructor

Charles Hunt OSHA Instructor

Recently 7 states in the nation have made it mandatory for their contractors, construction workers and employers to go through this training. Those states are Massachusetts, New York, Missouri, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Nevada, and New Hampshire. Once you have finished the OSHA training you’ll get an Outreach card. You could work in any industry but holding an OSHA card is a plus for you. Even if your job doesn’t require it, you’ll be able to get an OSHA certification to step-up the value of your resume. Most of the employees need a 10 or 30 hour Outreach card. Being a OSHA instructor comes with a certain privileges, such that you could teach OSHA approved courses as an OSHA instructor.

You’ll be able to also consider OSHA instructor trainer certification courses. Occupational Safety and Health Administration training courses assists you to become a certified trainer in the 10 or 30 hour Outreach training and because of these credentials you’ll be able to train other employees. However, at the final stage of every course you’ve to come along for a final examination and you’ve to pass it with minimum 70% to acquire your certificate.

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