August 30, 2006

Cavalcade of Risk No. 7

Kristen McAllister, a reporter who covers personal finance for the Dayton Daily News, hosts this week's edition of Cavalcade of Risk at her blog, Making Cents. Check it out!

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Your clients in construction and manufacturing may be eager to hear that OSHA has recently approved for online delivery the OSHA 10-hour courses for construction (English & Spanish), 10-hour general industry, and the 30-hour construction course.

Now trainees do not have to travel to some pre-scheduled seminar site for two to four days of training. A student can log in online and train at their own pace.

When they finish, the trainee downloads a copy of their training certificate and we mail them the wallet card. That means you could sign up and train right away and have your certificate in hand in just 10 or 30 hours, depending on the course selected!

Our website ( is one of the few that offers these OSHA authorized outreach training course.

Feel free to visit our website or call me at 1-866-442-OSHA toll free if there are any questions about this new opportunity for trainees to get their OSHA card ASAP. Curtis Chambers, CSP


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