Contact: Lisa Stryker
National Association of Landscape Professionals
Phone: 703-456-4217


Fairfax, Va., (Jan. 19, 2018) The National Association of Landscape Professionals announced that, through its partnership with the OSHA Alliance, they are launching the new 10-Hour OSHA Construction Course for the Landscape Industry.

The 10-Hour OSHA Construction Course has become the standard industry safety training, especially for those working on commercial job sites. Now, for the first time, the 10-Hour Construction course is being offered with landscape industry specific. The course will topics, provide owners, supervisors, project managers and field employees with in-depth information on safety topics that are specific to the landscape industry.

The course provides basic training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of workplace hazards in addition to information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and filing a complaint.

The courses are taught by OSHA authorized trainers and attendees will receive a wallet card and certificate upon completion.

“We are pleased to have created this industry specific 10-hour course that will provide comprehensive job site safety training that would be beneficial to all landscape industry companies,” said NALP CEO Sabeena Hickman, CAE.

The first course will be held at the NALP office in Fairfax, Virginia on February 7 & 8 and will be presented by NALP Safety Advisor, Sam Steel, Ph.D. Courses are open to everyone in the industry at a cost of $199 for NALP members, and $299 for non-members.

The course will also be given at Chattahoochee Technical College, in Acworth, Georgia, February 22-23, 2018. Additional courses will be posted on the website.

In addition, companies can have the course presented at their location for up to 30 participants, inquire about pricing.

For more information, visit the web page, contact or call the NALP office at 800-395-2522.


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