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Continuing Education Hours/Credits/Units

All Oregon OSHA classes (including online courses and Spanish workshops - PESO) are pre-approved for continuing education credit towards the following license renewals:

Plumbers and Electricians (licensed through Oregon Building Codes Division)

To obtain credits make a copy of your workshop or online certificate and forward it, along with your license information to:

Building Codes Division
Plumbing/Electrical License Specialist
PO Box 14470
Salem OR 97309-0404
(503) 373-1268
Building Codes Division Website

Commercial Construction Contractors (licensed through Oregon Construction Contractors Board)

To obtain credits complete the renewal form and maintain a copy of your attendance records as verification:

Oregon Construction Contractors Board
700 Summer St. NE, Suite 300
PO Box 14140
Salem, OR 97309-5052
Phone: 503-378-4621
Construction Contractors Board Website

Landscape Contractors (licensed through the Sate Landscape Contractors Board)

Classes are recognized for either Business and Technical credits depending on the topic. For more information, contact Oregon OSHA at (888) 292-5247, option 2, or the Landscape Contractors Board direct. To obtain credits make a copy of your workshop or online certificate and forward it, along with your license information to:

Landscape Contractors Board
2111 Front St NE #2-101
Salem OR 97301
(503) 378-5950
Landscape Contractors Board Webiste

Oregon Professional Loggers (licensed through Associated Oregon Loggers)

To obtain credits make a copy of your workshop or online certificate and forward it, along with your license information to:

Associated Oregon Loggers
PO Box 12339
Salem OR 97309
(503) 364-1330
Associated Oregon Loggers Website

All classes are approved for the total number of hours as printed on the certificate.

Oregon Insurance Producers (licensed through the Oregon Insurance Division)

The following class is approved for Oregon Insurance Producers to obtain four hours of credit towards re-certification:
287 Safety Training and Your Multicultural Workforce

To obtain credits, make a copy of your workshop certificate and include it with your Renewal Packet from the Oregon Insurance Division. For more information visit the Oregon Insurance Division's web site at:
Oregon Insurance Division Webiste

Pesticide Applicators and Consultants (licensed through the Oregon Department of Agriculture)

As of 12/17/2010, the Oregon OSHA online classes, Hazard Communication Program and Personal Protective Equipment, will each be accepted for one (1) recertification credit hour. We apologize for this confusion. These classes are available 24 hours a day.

To help you find alternative classes please click here to search the Pesticides Division listing of approved classes.

If you have questions about your license visit the Dept. of Agriculture website, call 503-986-4635, or email pestx@oda.state.or.us.


Oregon OSHA, in conjunction with the Oregon Department of Agriculture, presents the following in-person classes for use as pesticide recertification hours:

     Hazard Communication Class (3 Credits)
     Worker Protection Standard Class (4 Core Credits)

When you attend these classes in person you receive your certificate and you signed a roster for the Department of Agriculture.

If you have questions about your submitted class work please email ed.web@state.or.us

College Credits

Oregon OSHA has entered into a partnership with Mt. Hood Community College to issue college credits toward the Sustainability, Health and Safety degree program. Ten workshop hours equal one college credit. Credits may be obtained by contacting Dr. Javid Mohtasham, 503-491-7440. Mt. Hood Community College Website

Education Units
Oregon OSHA workshops can be used to obtain continuing education units (CEUs). Oregon OSHA has a cooperative agreement with several community colleges to issue the CEUs, records of which are maintained in the college database for your future transcript requests. Forms for CEUs are available at the workshops. The community college charges a recording fee. One hour of Oregon OSHA training equals 0.1 CEU. Acceptance of CEUs is at the discretion of each college. For more information on CEUs, please contact your local community college. http://www.oregon.gov/CCWD/ccdirectory.shtml