Free OSHA Classes Offered at Pacific Coast Safety Fest 2017

Pacific Coast Safety Fest 2017 LogoPacific Coast Safety Fest 2017 is a free training event sponsored by OSHA and hosted by Region IX OSHA Training Institute Education Centers, including the OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District.  The Safety Fest takes place the week of March 6-10, 2017, in California, Nevada and Arizona.

All training classes at Pacific Coast Safety Fest 2017 are offered FREE of charge in order to provide equal opportunity for all to participate. Highly experienced instructors from all Region IX OTI Education Centers, Cal/OSHA and other OSHA grantees and partners, are volunteering their time, and attend­ees will receive credit for authorized OSHA Education Center classes and a certificate of attendance for all completed classes.

Classes Include:

  • OSHA 7500 – Introduction to Safety and Health Management
  • OSHA 7205 – Health Hazard Awareness
  • OSHA 7405 – Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction Industry
  • OSHA 10-Hr Outreach Training for General Industry
  • OSHA 10-Hr Outreach Training for the Construction Industry
  • OSHA/Cal OSHA Updates

SPACE IS LIMITED – REGISTER NOW!

Enrollment is offered free of charge on a first come, first served basis.  Registration is required, and no walk-ins will be allowed.

Northern California Location
OSHA Training Center
7600 Dublin Boulevard, Suite 102
Dublin, California
Schedule and Registration

Southern California Location
CSU Dominguez Hills
1000 E. Victoria Street
Carson, CA
Schedule and Registration

San Diego Location
UC San Diego’s OTIEC
University City Center
6256 Greenwich Dr.
San Diego, CA
Schedule and Registration

Arizona Location
Arizona State University
660 South College Avenue
Tempe, AZ
Schedule and Registration

Las Vegas Area, Nevada Locations
Nevada S.C.A.T.S.
1301 N. Green Valley Parkway, Suite 200
Henderson, Nevada

Nevada State Museum
309 S. Valley View Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada
Schedule and Registration

For more information, visit the Pacific Coast Safety Fest 2017 website.

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