Change To NV OSHA’s 10 & 30 Hour Courses

Volume: 22 | Issue: 53
December 19, 2023

The Safety Consultation and Training Section (SCATS) of Nevada’s Division of Industrial Relations has announced a change to its 10- and 30-hour OSHA courses. As of January 2024, online registration for these classes will be discontinued, and all courses will now be offered on a “first come, first served” basis. SCATS explains: “If you would like to enroll in these free courses, you will need to show up on the morning of the class and sign up on the list posted outside the classroom. The list will be posted at 7:15 am for each course and the first 40 people signed up will be seated.”

In Nevada, these classes are required for certain employees and supervisors working in the construction, convention, cannabis, and entertainment industries (see Nevada Revised Statutes 618.950 to 618.9950).  

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