OSHA 30-Hour
General Industry Training

Month day, 2023 | 8am – 4pm
TNEC – Lowell Training Center, Lowell , MA

The OSHA 30-hour general industry training provides essential information that helps forepersons, supervisors, superintendents, managers, competent persons, safety staff, safety managers, safety committee members, and others monitor workplace safety and implement OSHA health and safety regulations that apply to their workplaces. The course curriculum includes introduction to OSHA, managing health and safety, fall protection, emergency action plan, electrical safety, PPE, materials handling, hazard communication, confined space, lockout/tagout, machine guarding, welding and cutting, hazardous materials, bloodborne pathogens, ergonomics, OSHA recordkeeping, process safety management, and health and safety programs.

The training will help foster an awareness of the hazards encountered when working within industry and how to control and mitigate these hazards. The OSHA 30 is essential for those who would be responsible for managing a industrial construction projects and operations or would be involved in the planning and phase analysis to complete the project.

The curriculum includes:

  1. Introduction to OSHA and the OSH Act 
  2. Recordkeeping 
  3. Basic Safety Orientation 
  4. General Safety and Health Provisions Health Hazards 
  5. Hazard Communication Health Hazards 
  6. Hazardous Materials 
  7. Process Safety Management (PSM) 
  8. Personal Protective Equipment 
  9. Fire Protection 
  10. Materials Handling and Storage 
  11. Hand and Power Tools 
  12. Welding and Cutting 
  13. Electrical Safety 
  14. Struck-By and Caught in Between Hazards 
  15. Focus Four – Fall Protection 
  16. Cranes and Rigging 
  17. Motor Vehicles 
  18. Excavations 
  19. Concrete and Masonry Construction 
  20. Stairways and Ladders 
  21. Confined Spaces 
  22. Lead 
  23. Safety in the Workplace


* A contract courses can also be delivered at a company’s or agency’s site anywhere in New England or at our training center at UMass Lowell

Since 1987, The New England Consortium (TNEC), based at UMass Lowell, has delivered worker health and safety training to companies, organizations, and communities throughout New England. TNEC specializes in the small-group method of instruction to provide participatory, interactive, hands-on training in hazardous materials operations, emergency response, disaster preparedness, infectious disease preparedness, construction safety, and a wide range of general workplace health and safety topics.