Missouri Training (Construction) laws & safety compliance analysis

Missouri Training (Construction): What you need to know

Any construction contractor or subcontractor for a public works project must provide his or her employees with an OSHA-approved 10-hour safety and health training course.

CONSTRUCTION WORKER SAFETY TRAINING
Mo. Rev. Stat. 292.675
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Any construction (construction, reconstruction, demolition, painting and decorating, or major repair) contractor or subcontractor for a public works project (i.e., constructed for public use or benefit or paid for wholly or in part out of public funds) must provide his or her employees with an OSHA-approved 10-hour safety and health training course, unless such employees have previously completed the required program. All employees who have not previously completed the program are required to complete the program within 60 days of beginning work on such construction project.

All on-site employees must hold documentation of completion of the training program.


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