360training Launches OSHA Training Courses in Spanish

360training, the nation’s leading online training provider for Environmental, Health, and Safety training, now offers OSHA courses in Spanish. The OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 courses are available in Spanish for both the General Industry and Construction communities.

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Why Offer OSHA Training in Spanish?

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) ensures that worker safety standards are enforced. OSHA authorized institutions, like 360training, administer up-to-date courses to satisfy training requirements. Not all such institutions, however, offer OSHA training in Spanish.

“Our workforce and our economy stand strong because we celebrate diversity and inclusion. We are thrilled to do our part to help ensure the safety of our Spanish speaking workforce with the launch of the Spanish OSHA Outreach courses,” said Samantha Montalbano, Chief Operating Officer leading the evolution of the global product team.

“Worker safety is our top priority. 360training is excited to offer critical OSHA training to Spanish speaking people. It is the best way to make sure they understand the material to improve safety,” stated Tom Anderson, Chief Executive Officer at 360training. “Everyone is safer on the jobsite if they have been trained in a language they are fluent in.”

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What Can You Expect from Spanish OSHA Training?

360training’s Spanish language OSHA training courses provide safety training for employees who do not understand English or are more comfortable learning in Spanish. All components of the new OSHA 10 and 30 courses, including video, audio, and text, are in Spanish.

These fully narrated and interactive training courses are intended for Spanish-speaking workers as an orientation to safety and health hazards that workers commonly face. They cover specific OSHA standards and requirements as they apply to construction and general industry jobs.

The company’s OSHA Spanish courses meet all OSHA training requirements for most employers. Once successfully completed, these courses will provide a durable card from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) within 7-10 business days.

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