Cal OSHA Gap Training for Out-of-State Workers

Course Information

Cal OSHA Gap Training for Out-of-State Workers is the course that covers unique California OSHA regulations that apply to workers from other states that are coming into California to work at California petrochemical facilities. This training will familiarize workers from other states on some specific requirements that apply in the California petrochemical industry.

Students must have a currently valid ARSC card (BOP/BOPR) prior to taking this course.


Recommended For

All out-of-state construction and contracted maintenance and services personnel who will be working in California petrochemical facilities.


Course Content

This course includes discussion of the following topics:

  • California Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)
  • California Process Safety Management (PSM) Program
  • Chain Ladder Requirements
  • Fall Protection Equipment Inspections
  • Heat Illness Prevention
  • Be a Manager-Go to Jail Act



  • Computer training

    $40 Member / $45 Non-Member

  • Classroom instruction

    Not available for classroom instruction.


Course Details

Course Code: 19COGTOS
Course Length (approx.): 30 Minutes plus Test
Course Expiration: 1 year from class date
Passing Score Required: 80%
Retakes Allowed: Yes, 1 retake allowed; must pay for retake
Language: English
Reader Assistance Allowed: No
ID Requirements: Students must present a valid (not expired) U.S. State or Federal ID with photo
Handouts: No
Course Exceptions: None


Valid ARSC Card (BOP/BOPR): Yes
Social Security Verification (SSV): No
Background Screen: No
Medical Services: No


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