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Occupational Safety and Health Program FAQs
New to the Safety Field?
Construction Industry - Begin with OSHA 510 General Industry - Begin with OSHA 511
10 or 30-Hour Courses
These courses are not taught at Georgia Tech.
OSHA 510 and OSHA 511 are designed for safety professionals and are prerequisites to become an authorized 10 or 30 hour trainer and should be considered a step above the OSHA 30-hour course.
Construction Industry Authorized Outreach Trainer
Become an authorized construction industry outreach trainer - Visit OSHA 500. Maintain your construction industry outreach trainer authorization - Visit OSHA 502.
General Industry Authorized Outreach Trainer
Become an authorized general industry outreach trainer - Visit OSHA 501. Maintain your general industry outreach trainer authorization - Visit OSHA 503.
Courses with Requirements
Requirements and instructions display on each course page. Exceptions for prerequisites and work experience cannot be granted. Registration permits are granted by the Georgia Tech OSHA Training Institute Education Center Office
Georgia Tech's OSHA Training Institute distributes OSHA and HAZ certificates by mail or on the last day of class. Georgia Tech's Professional Education Registrar's Office mails EST certificates after grades are submitted.
Georgia Tech does not offer a degree in Occupational Safety and Health.
Partner with Georgia Tech to hire a veteran. As a partner, the Georgia Tech program will train military members in areas that directly translate to their job duties.
Georgia Tech Professional Education allows working professionals and industry partners to access the expertise of a world-renowned technological research university. As an academic division of the Georgia Institute of Technology, we embrace the Georgia Tech values of integrity, excellence, impact, and innovation. These values drive every aspect of our programs.