The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal agency under the U.S. Department of Labor that sets regulations for workplace safety. Their role is to assure safe and healthy work conditions for every employer, employee and customer in all commercial settings throughout the United States. Recently the City of NY enacted legislation that requires all personnel who enter an active worksite within the city limits to have a current OSHA-30 Hour Construction or OSHA 30 Hour General Industry certification, as well as many other specific safety endorsements depending on the type of work being done on site.
Once you are outside of the NYC limits most worksites require the more abbreviated OSHA 10 Hour Construction or/or the OSHA 10 Hour General Industry certification. QBITTI offers both the OSHA-10 and OSHA-30 hour training courses for those individuals seeking these certifications.
All of our OSHA approved courses are offered during the day, in the evening, and on weekends. The specific dates and times for the OSHA approved courses can be found on our class schedulespage.
Our OSHA approved courses are given on an as needed basis, and the dates are subject to change based on class-size. For more information on these classes please contact admissions at (718) 392-4156, or e-mail Millie@qbitti.com.
Tuition costs vary by course and range between $115 to $333/course and discounts are available for groups of 5 or more per session, please contact us for further details. As always enrollment is easy. To enroll in either the OSHA-10 or OSHA-30 class simply complete and submit the online application, or contact us at (718) 392-4156, or by e-mail at Admissions@qbitti.com. We will review the application immediately, and contact you about the next available class of your choosing.
COVID-19 Pandemic - Special Classes
QBITTI applied for, and subsequently received permission to hold remote training classes during the current pandemic. These temporary classes utilize a remote video conferencing format, and are curently available to any interested parties. The links below will take you to the admissions page of our website for additional information and instructions on how to apply for services.