OSHA Calendared Courses


Our Entertainment Safety Tour launched in 2014 with the two-day OSHA 10 course customized for the entertainment and exhibition industries. This training covers OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as general industry safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA general industry standards with special emphasis on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide.

If you are interested in attending a Calendared OSHA 10/GES Course, please click here to see a list of upcoming courses and submit a Calendared Course Application. We will notify you once we have reviewed your application, determined eligibility, and have a space for you in the course.

Is there a cost?

The two-day workshop itself is free of charge for participants. The IATSE Training Trust Fund cannot, however, cover the costs for travel, lodging, meals, or per diems associated with travel or participation in this workshop.

What are IATSE workers saying about OSHA 10/General Entertainment Safety courses?

I really enjoyed the different case studies that we discussed. I thought it made the material very relatable and relevant to our industry.
— Savannah McComb, Local 274
This training course is rock-solid. The instructors are very knowledgeable and very good at addressing questions with clear, concise, real-world answers. I will start recommending this course to my colleagues right away.
— Joseph Firriolo, Local 1
I had no real idea what to expect from the class and gained not only “eye opening” knowledge I did not know existed, but also information that I can use and share with other stagehands, supervisors, & employers.
— Carl Hosler, Local 229
Very knowledgeable instructors with ample industry experience. The examples of experiences on set & job site was interesting. Very in depth for an OSHA 10 course.
— Jamie Whitehead, Local 7
I loved the class and the teachers. The teaching was done in a way that made it easy to understand...I enjoyed learning more ways to protect myself and others at work. Thank you for a wonderful experience!
— Belinda Anderson, Local 798
Having a trainer/instructor in the industry helps relate questions and experiences of the industry related to OSHA general duty clause.
— Jeff Porter, Local 251
Real life, industry specific examples were galvanizing in understanding danger potential. Reliable data was very helpful in replacing “conventional wisdom” or opinion. The knowledgeability and experience of our instructor was extremely evident, allowing for real, valid discussions and building scenarios.
— Adam Stermer, Local 78
I liked the industry specific stories and examples more pertinent to the work we do.
— N. Rick Moore, Local 470