OSHA Safety Courses for General Industry and Construction per 29 CFR 1910 & CFR 1926

Course Overview

Who Should take this course?

Job-related injuries and fatalities occur every day in the workplace. These injuries often occur because employees are not trained in the proper job procedures.

One way to prevent workplace injuries is to establish proper job procedures and train all employees in safer and more efficient work methods. A Job Hazard Analysis is a great way to accomplish this.

This Introduction to Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) training will introduce the student to the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) process and how to create one.

NOTE - Some employers prefer to use the term ‘JSA’, or ‘Job Safety Analysis,’ instead of JHA. Basically, the terms are interchangeable. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers uses the term “AHA,” which stands for Activity Hazards Analysis.


The objectives of this course are to provide the student an introduction the Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) process.

At the end of this course, students should be able to:

  • Clearly understand what a Job Hazard Analysis is;
  • Describe the focus, goal, and benefits of a Job Hazard Analysis, as well as exactly what it involves;
  • Understand which jobs in the workplace should receive priority for a Job Hazard Analysis;
  • State the steps involved in creating a Job Hazard Analysis; and
  • Recognize why it is crucial to involve employees who perform a particular job or task in the hazard analysis process for that job or task.


This course consists of 1 section. It is recommended that users take each section in sequential order, although this is not required.

ModuleSectionSection Title
Introduction to Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) 1
1Introduction to Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
Final Exam


This course has 1 final exam. The student must complete all course sections before attempting the exam.

The final exam consists of 5 questions randomly selected from a large pool of questions. A 70% score or better is required to pass the exam.

If a student does not pass the exam the first time, they may retake the exam as many times as necessary in order to pass.

Additional Training

This training should be combined with company specific training on the employer's Job Hazard Analysis process.

When required by OSHA standards, workers must receive additional training on the specific hazards of their job.

Training providers should be used to ensure credibility and augment a company's training program. Therefore, in addition to the training provided by an outside party, students should receive site-specific training that is supplied by his or her own companies. This training should target the

The bottom line in ALL SITUATIONS is that employers are required to ensure that their employees are adequately trained to do their job.

Mobile Version


We're excited to announce that this course is now available in HTML 5, making it more compatible with the browser on your mobile device (e.g., smartphone or tablet). This course requires only the most recent version of your mobile device's web browser.

Tablet Pros and Cons

Mobile versions of this sort of training are new, but below are some Pros and Cons that we have noticed during our extensive testing.


  • No computer needed
  • Tablet mobility
  • Tablet screen graphics


  • Smartphone screens can be too small to see
  • Mobile browsers react differently than computer browsers
  • Phone calls can interrupt training

During our testing we really noticed that tablets work much better than smartphones, simply due to their screen size.

Growing Pains

Because this is a Beta Version of our course, you may encounter some issues as we work out the kinks.

Your Mobile Browser

While HTML5 makes taking this course on mobile devices possible, not all mobile browsers are optimized for HTML5, meaning you may not have complete functionality. If you have difficulty taking this course using the browser on your mobile device, you may need to use a different browser.

Test the functionality of your browser using HTML5 and compare it to the performance of other browsers. If you find other browsers are more compatible than your own, you may want to make the switch.


Below are some frequently asked questions specific to this course.

Q - How long will this course take to complete?

Our courses are set up to take a specific amount of time. Some students may get through the training more quickly, while others may actually take longer to complete their training. Remember, this training should be used as an intricate tool in the context of an overall training program; it can be combined with other training throughout the year in order to meet any hour requirements needed.

Q - Do I have to finish the course in one sitting?

No, our courses are designed so you can start and stop as needed, allowing you to break the training up over a longer period of time. Our system will keep track of your progress, enabling you to resume where you left off upon your next login. It is important that once you start a section, you complete that section or you will need to start that section over from the beginning upon your return.

Q - Can I take the course from more than one computer?

Yes, you can take the online portion by signing in with your username and password from any location and computer with high-speed internet access. However, each computer does need to meet our basic system requirements for viewing our online courses.

Q - Will I receive a certificate for this course?

Yes, once you have completed a course, you are able to download, save or print a certificate of completion from your student account. Certificates are created in a pdf format. Users must have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader before attempting to download the completion certificate.