Are you in California?
Here's how to obtain your Cal/OSHA Outreach Trainer Authorization
You must be currently authorized as a Construction or General Industry Outreach Trainer.*
Show a minimum of one year of Cal/OSHA experience by submitting the "Statement of Eligibility" form (email firstname.lastname@example.org for the form).
Attend the OSHA 5109 (Construction) or OSHA 5119 (General Industry) course, depending on your relevant industry experience.
Your Cal/OSHA authorization expires the same date as your Federal Outreach Trainer authorization expires. The Cal/OSHA update courses are OSHA 5029 (Construction) and OSHA 5039 (General Industry).
*You may also attend the OSHA 5109 or OSHA 5119 up to six months prior to obtaining your Federal Outreach authorization or anytime after you have become an authorized trainer.
Electrial Transmission and Distribution (ET&D) Endorsements
The Electrical Transmission and Distribution (ET&D) Partnership conceived of and subsequently developed the OSHA Electrical Construction Industry Outreach training course with the goal of producing non-traditional industry training tailored toward employees involved with the construction and maintenance of power transmission and distribution systems.
Individuals seeking authorization to deliver the ET&D partnership versions of the 10- and 20-hour Construction Outreach Training Program classes must fulfill the following requirements:
1. Be a current OSHA-authorized Construction Outreach Training Program trainer in good standing.
2. Complete the ET&D Partnership Train-the-Trainer class either by attending an ET&D Partnership sponsored event or by being trained by a trainer having completed an ET&D Partnership sponsored training event.
3. Only trainers that are full-time employees of a partnership member company are eligible to conduct the ET&D 10 and/or 20-hour courses. Trainers who leave their ET&D Partnership member organization must contact the ET&D Partnership and advise them of their departure.