OSHA Training & Certifications For Nevada

Cannabis OSHA Training in Nevada

Cannabis Clearwater is leading the cannabis industry with compliance from state to state. As the industry for cannabis changes and become more regulated, Nevada State Assembly requires any licensed cannabis business in Nevada to provide a OSHA 30-Hour General Industry Safety course to one supervisor and one employee

Online OSHA Training Course

Our instructors are trained in the highest level of safety, efficiency, and administration by OSHA standards. Our online OSHA certification class will teach your cannabis business in safety awareness to help in recognizing and reducing the risks of workplace injury. This course emphasizes hazard awareness, avoidance, control  & prevention. The course is designed for supervisors or workers with safety responsibilities. 

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Do You Need an OSHA Certification in Nevada?

On May 25, 2021, Governor Steve Sisolak had signed a law (S.B.122) requiring cannabis establishments to complete the OSHA 30-hour course in general industry safety and health hazard recognition and prevention. This course needs to be completed within one year of being hired, while non-supervisors have one year to complete the OSHA 10-hour course. Cannabis Clearwater is a provider that is authorized by an OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Center

Nevada OSHA Training Courses

Fed OSHA 10 Hr. Training

Fed OSHA 30 Hr. Training

What Can You Do With The Nevada OSHA Certification?

The OSHA training we provide is valid in all of Nevada and is recognized nationwide under the general industry. Federal OSHA Certification can be used anywhere in the USA. All of which demonstrates that the participant has learned the basic fundamentals of safety and health hazards required by OSHA.

How Will The Course Be Conducted Due to COVID-19?

Currently, this training will be held online via Zoom. Once local restrictions have been lifted, in-person classes will become available.

OSHA’s Mission Statement: “With the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance”