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Cultivate a safer working environment in compliance with federal and state regulations. Explore our flexible OSHA online courses and on-site training options for the Nevada area.

Nevada OSHA Training

What is OSHA?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administrations (OSHA) is a federal agency created under the 1970 Occupational Safety and Health Act. OSHA’s primary purpose is to cultivate safe and healthy working conditions for employees across the United States. OSHA achieves this by establishing and enforcing safety standards while providing education on safety compliance to more than 130 million U.S. workers. OSHA regulations help reduce on-site injures and ensure optimal working conditions.

The Nevada OSHA State Plan

The Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Nevada OSHA) oversees all public and private sector workplaces within Nevada except for federal government workers, the U.S. Postal Service, private sector maritime, and employees on Indian Lands. The Nevada State Plan incorporates most federal OSHA regulations with the exception of these areas:

General Industry:

  • Safety Programs
  • Cranes
  • Asbestos
  • Explosives
  • Ammonium Perchlorate
  • Photovoltaic System Installation
  • Sanitation
  • Hazard Communication


  • Cranes
  • Steel Erection
  • Asbestos

Why enroll in Nevada OSHA training with Protected At Work?

Our Nevada OSHA courses help employees understand the guidelines of occupational safety and health standards, as well as to demonstrate how this knowledge can be applied to daily scenarios in order to reduce work-related injuries.

We pay special attention to highlighting the differences between federal and state OSHA requirements, so that complying with both becomes a second nature in your company’s culture.

We also offer you the flexibility of joining online classes through our virtual platform. Alternatively, our team can visit you on-site to organize a custom training program that caters to your organization’s needs.

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Nevada MSHA Classes

What is MSHA?

The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) is an agency of the U.S. Labor Department’s created in 1977. Like OSHA, MSHA establishes workplace safety and health standards; however, MSHA’s activities are exclusively related to mining.

MSHA’s primary purpose is to enforce compliance with workplace safety and health standards across the nation’s mines to minimize health hazards and eliminate possible accidents and fatalities.

MSHA oversees those employees “engaged in underground and surface mineral extraction (mining), related operations, and preparation and milling of the minerals extracted” by ensuring compliance with MSHA regulations and administering mine inspections and audits.

Why enroll in Nevada MSHA Classes with Protected At Work?

Mining is among Nevada’s leading industries and has developed into one of the world’s most high-tech fields. But even with all the recent technical advancements, mining remains a high-risk activity associated with potential physical hazards and health consequences for mine workers. With such inherent high-risk, it is essential that your employees not only undergo safety training to satisfy federal and state legal requirements, but also to learn best practices that help develop a safety-focused working culture.

With Protected At Work’s Nevada MSHA courses, you can ensure that your workplace meets both federal and state MSHA safety regulations, while your workers receive first-class training that protects them from possible on-the-job hazards.

Explore our course list and enroll in a training that suits your current organization’s needs.

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Nevada DOT Standards

DOT Regulations Defined

DOT regulations refer to the rules established and enforced by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) controlling the operation of commercial motor vehicles. Adhering with DOT rules leads to fewer vehicle accidents and improving road safety. Failure to comply with DOT regulations may lead to financial penalties or suspension of an organization’s permission to operate its vehicles.

The DOT compliance guidelines cover commercial motor vehicles operating under any one of the following criteria:

  • OSHA requirements for working at heights
  • Hazards of working at elevated work platforms
  • Pre-planning for fall protection
  • Selection and use of proper fall protection equipment
In addition, DOT agencies are required to administer regular drug and alcohol testing to ensure the safety of the traveling public and workers.

Why enroll in Nevada DOT Standards Training with Protected At Work

Our course curriculum not only teaches the ins and outs of the Nevada DOT regulations but it also helps in building the necessary skills to promote safe driving methods. Our certified instructors are ready to organize trainings within Nevada or surrounding areas. If we are unable to come to you physically, you can choose to participate in our trainings virtually. Browse our course offerings and secure a spot that best matches your training goals.