OSHA Outreach Student Handout Packet

All 10- and 30-hour OSHA training courses require a two-hour training component emphasizing workers’ rights. OSHA developed the component in support of the Secretary of Labor’s goal of strengthening the voice of workers on the job. The training component consists of 8 different handouts covering 8 different topics. We have compiled this information into one easy to use booklet. Some of the topics covered include: the OSHA 300 Log, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), Responsibility for providing and paying for PPE, and How to read OSHA Standards.

8-1/4″ x 10-3/4″, 16 pages consists of the 5 required handouts

English or Spanish

OSHA Focus Four Hazards for Construction

The Construction Focus Four Booklet was developed by OSHA to help workers in the construction industry understand the hazards they face and know what their employer’s responsibilities are regarding protecting workers from workplace hazards. Training consists of lesson plans on each of the Focus Four Hazards and is required in both the 10- and 30-hour OSHA Construction Outreach Trainin Program classes. National Safety Compliance has made available these booklets in a crisp, clean, easy-to-read format at a discounted price.

8-1/4″ x 10-3/4″, 64 pages includes illustrations, tables and forms

Confined Spaces in Construction – Student Supplement

This new publication includes not only the OSHA regulations regarding confined spaces in construction, but also examples of the necessary forms and detailed instructions.

Contents include:

  • Intro & FAQ
  • Comparison & Differences
  • OSHA Fact Sheets
  • Simple Entry Permit

OSHA Crystalline Silica Supplement

This training supplement includes the applicable OSHA regulations and the following:

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Appendices
  • Guidelines
  • Forms
  • Fact Sheets

Available in General Industry or Construction Industry versions.

OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 2012

On March 20, 2012, OSHA released the new Hazard Communication Standard which incorporated aspects of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemical, otherwise known as GHS. National Safety Compliance has made available supplemental booklets containing a side-by-side comparison of the new and old standards. This allows employers to see the changes which were made and to better understand how to train employees on the new requirements. This supplement also contains all appendices as required by OSHA.