New Mexico
Environment Department

Contact Information:
(505) 827-2855 MAIN // 1-800-219-6157 (toll free)
Environmental Emergencies:
505-827-9329 (24 hrs)

Occupational Health & Safety Bureau

NM OSHA Training Index


Associated Contractors of New Mexico often has safety training:

The Santa Fe Community College is offering free Environmental Health and Safety training for three different subjects.

New Mexico Environmental Job Training

You may contact Evelyn Gonzales at 505-428-1866 or email for more information.

The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) – OSHA Training Institute Education Center offers several safety, health and environmental training courses in New Mexico. For more information about UTA courses offered visit: UTA OSHA Educational Center.

The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) – OSHA Training Institute Education Center, through the New Mexico Junior College’s (NMJC’s) Training and Outreach Division, offers several safety, health and environmental training courses in Southeast New Mexico. NMJC Training and Outreach Division is located at 5317 Lovington Highway in Hobbs, NM 88240. For more information about TEEX courses offered in New Mexico and other areas in Region VI visit:


The San Juan College/School of Energy, located in Farmington New Mexico, offers various degree and specialized training programs including occupational safety and health and oil and gas related topics. For information about the San Juan College visit this web site: . The safety training is provided within the School of Energy. Information on the School of Energy can be found at this web site: San Juan School of Energy. To quickly reference detailed information about the Occupational Safety program reference this web site: San Juan Occupational Safety Certificate.

Central New Mexico Community College in Albuquerque offers various Safety and Health classes through their Safety Academy. More information can be found on their Workforce Training Center.


Midland College offers classes as part of its Risk Management Institute. These FREE classes may be of interest to the residents of our southeast portion of the state. For more information visit this web site: Midland College Continuing Education – Risk Management


Training Presentations

The information in the following presentations is taken from Occupational Safety and Health Standards. The presentations were created by the Occupational Safety and Health Division of North Carolina and are copied here for anyone to use. These presentations contain some references to regulations that may be unique to North Carolina. They were created in Power Point 2003. Click on the subject and save the presentation to your desktop.

Asbestos Awareness

Bloodborne Pathogens

Chemical Hazards in Laboratories

Combustible Dust

Concrete and Masonry (Construction)

Confined Spaces

Construction Health Hazards-Silica and Lead

Electrical Safety (Construction)

Electrical Safety (General Industry)

Exit Routes

Fall Protection (Construction)

Fire Protection and Prevention

Flammable Liquids

Hand and Power Tools(Construction)

Hand and Power Tools (General Industry)

Hazard Communication

Heat Stress


Machinery and Machine Guarding

Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal

Multi-employer Worksite

Occupational Noise Exposure

Personal Protective Equipment (General)

Personal Protective Equipment (Construction)

Powered Industrial Trucks

Process Safety Management

Recording and Reporting

Respiratory Protection

Steel Erection

Walking and Working Surfaces

Welding and Cutting (General)

Welding and Cutting (Construction)

Work Zone Safety

Top 4 Hazards in Construction


Other Training Links

National Work Zone Safety

OSHA Training Index

OHSB Homepage