There are strict requirements from OSHA about who can lead your safety training programs, and for good reason. As construction jobs continue to grow with the uptick in the economy, you’ll need qualified trainers to work with your teams. The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration mandates specific credentials for trainers. For example, if your job site has hazardous chemicals, workers will have to be trained in communication differently than those who only work with scaffolding and ladders. How are you handling employer-mandated training?