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Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer Program

Become an OSHA Outreach Trainer​

Become an OSHA Outreach Trainer

The OSHA Authorized Outreach Training Program promotes safety and health training for workers through training often referred to as OSHA-10 hour or OSHA 30-hour classes. These classes provide workers with both basic and more advanced training about common workplace safety and health hazards, as well as their rights as employees. To conduct these classes and issue 10 and 30-hour student cards yourself, you must become an Authorized Outreach Trainer by completing a series of courses through an OSHA Training Institute Education Center like Georgia Tech. These courses are often referred to as OSHA “Train the Trainer” courses.

Guidelines and Updates

OSHA periodically updates the requirements that an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer must follow in conducting and reporting OSHA Outreach Training Program classes. The 2019 general Outreach Training Program Requirement and supporting documents for Construction Industry Procedures, and General Industry Procedures have been updated on the

For information and upcoming dates on Georgia Tech’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) courses, click here.

Program Requirements and Industry Procedures

Georgia Tech Outreach Trainer Webinars

Georgia Tech Outreach Trainer Upcoming Webinars

Plan to attend all of the webinars, as each session will include program updates, useful resources, and general important information you will need as an Authorized Outreach Trainer. You will need to register for each date that you plan to attend.


Training by the Numbers

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For questions about OSHA’s Outreach Training Program, contact Yavonne Jones at 404-894-4149 or by email at