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Division of Labor Standards and Safety

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Alaska Occupational Safety and Health Training

Site Specific training:
Employers may request site specific training on various topics such as: fall protection; accident prevention; forklift training; personal protective equipment (PPE); and other OSHA regulated training. To request a specific training session for your staff, fill out the form by clicking the link below:
Consultation Training Form

OSH-10 Training:
AKOSH provides OSHA-10 training in Construction and General Industry for employers throughout Alaska. This 2-day course is offered to employers who require certification for their staff in the Construction or General Industry. To request an OSH-10 training session, fill out the form by clicking the link below:
Consultation Training Form

Seafood training:
AKOSH offers employers a free, 2-day seafood training session for supervisors and management personnel in the seafood industry. For more information about the next seafood training session, read the Press Release or email

Consultation training visits:
AKOSH also offers on-site and limited consultation visits that are customized to meet the employers’ needs. Employers may request a visit:
Consultation Training Form

Youth Training:
At no cost to the schools, AKOSH’s youth trainer conducts safety presentations and training exercises on the topics of general workplace safety and construction safety to high school students all across Alaska. If your middle or high school is interested in having a youth representative come to your school and speaks to students about workplace safety email the Youth Training Coordinator at


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