Western OSHA Education Center Completes Construction Industry Courses

25 Jun 2013 10:21 AM | Jim Rogers

Tempe, AZ - The Western OSHA Education Center, a part of the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University, has completed its first OSHA 510 Course. This construction industry standards course was held at ASU's main campus in Tempe, AZ, and instruction was lead by Edwin Weaver. Participants spent four days learning the standards contained in CFR 1926, OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry. Instruction was also provided for the various additional standards referenced in the 1926.


The Center also recently completed its first OSHA 502 Construction Industry Trainer Update Course. This course attracted people from Arizona and Nevada that needed to renew their credentials as an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer. This three day course was also led by Mr. Weaver, with Jim Rogers providing updates to the class on what's new in the industry and instruction on how the new Ed Center operates in terms of providing advanced notification of training and ordering outreach cards.


Upon successful completion of these courses, participants were presented with their course completion cards and certificates from ASU. Attendees that successfully completed the Trainer Update Course were presented new Authorized Trainer Cards and will immediately begin ordering their 10 and 30 hour construction industry cards through the Western OSHA Education Center at Arizona State University.

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