The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) OSHA Training Center, the only authorized OSHA Training Institute Education Center in Northern California, provides the highest quality safety and health training available based on the most current OSHA regulations and information.

The CLPCCD OSHA Training Center offers a diverse curriculum for both construction and general industries, including essential training tools for safety professionals, trainer preparation courses, and customized onsite training.

We are fully committed to providing exceptional OSHA training services.

Our primary goal is to fulfill the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s mission to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths by offering the finest quality programs and courses, including:

Access to the most current safety and health information
Practical applications of OSHA regulations in the workplace
Useful learning materials for on-going reference
Networking opportunities with other safety professionals

The OSHA Training Center is centrally located and easily accessible.

Located in the Tri-Valley region of the East Bay, only 30 minutes from beautiful San Francisco, the CLPCCD OSHA Training Center is accessible by public transportation and within driving distance of scenic recreation areas and parks, gourmet dining and world
famous wineries, great shopping, and a wide variety of entertainment, theatre and nightlife.

The OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District offers three levels of Professional Safetycertificates to take your career and your organization’s safety program to the next level.  These courses provide focused, real-world information that can be immediately applied in your organization and give you knowledge in many safety and health topics allowing you to build a broader safety expertise.  The OSHA Training Center’s certificates recognize individuals who, through training, have received specialized information in a particular area and ensure that you:
Are informed about today's changing regulations, guidance documents, and regulatory interpretations
Have developed an awareness of government agencies affecting your industry
Can communicate safety and health problems to your management team and staff members
Avoid costly citations by staying compliant with OSHA regulations
Demonstrate proficiency and ambition to enhance your career
Create a network of others who share similar concerns and resolutions
Continue your professional development in a growing and changing field

Available for the first time on the West Coast, this open enrollment Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for Construction is being offered entirely in Spanish, including all materials and slides.  Designed to comply with OSHA’s enforcement directive to provide safety training in the language in which workers receive their on-the-job instructions, the course helps to fulfill employers’ responsibility to protect Spanish-speaking employees from workplace hazards.  The goal of this Spanish language course is to create an opportunity for all participants to maximize their potential as safety trainers.