Safety Orientation Training

JTA contractors, sub-contractors and its subsidiaries performing safety sensitive work projects must provide certification of OSHA based required training, or training meeting OSHA based required training, in addition to the JTA Site Orientation.

JTA for the purpose of consistency, all contractors, sub-contractors and its subsidiaries performing safety sensitive work projects are required to complete either of the following:

  • Conducted by the Northeast Florida Safety Council (NEFSC). This program course includes a modified version of the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) safety related subjects meeting OSHA 10-hour Training requirements and a JTA Industrial Site Orientation for Contractors (JTA - ISOC) is a 1 hour Site Orientation.

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Contractor Supervisors and Foremen

  • Meeting the requirements as listed above, supervisors and foremen are required to attend the Safety Leadership Development Program offered by the NEFSC or an equivalent program.