OSHAS is a modern and rapidly expanding independent certification organization providing credentials to professionals working in the field of occupational health and safety. The International Accredited Service (IAS), in accordance with the ISO/IEC/17024:2012 standard, has granted accreditation to the OSHAS US Certification Schemes. Throughout all stages of the development and consultation processes, OSHAS makes use of the knowledge and experience of health and safety professionals as well as industry professionals. Our experience is demonstrated by the substantial knowledge we possess in the areas of producing assessments, accrediting, and certifying certifications. OSHAS gives users unrestricted access to a wide variety of occupational safety and health training courses that may be taken online for free. These courses cover topics such as construction, oil and gas, healthcare, HAZWOPER, general industry, and public sector. OSHAS is unlike like other online training providers in that it does not charge a price to access its training material. Instead, the company only charges a fee to record the training with its high-quality certificates. This is a big distinction between OSHAS and the majority of other online service providers. Participants in the training programmes include employees, supervisors, and managers. OSHAS is also helpful to employers in meeting the requirements for safety and health training. Additionally, employers are entitled to earn special savings reductions. Since its founding in 2011, OSHAS has witnessed significant expansion in its business. At this time, OSHAS provides access to 167 online courses in addition to 43 different training programmes. They are continuously working to improve their website, training, and other systems in order to give the most comprehensive and cutting-edge online safety and health education available in the market at this time. In addition, OSHAS is currently connected to a group of more than 38 Authorized Training Providers (ATP), which are organisations all over the world that teach safety and health in traditional classroom settings. Note: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the United States Department of Labor (DOL) are not connected in any way with the OSHAS, which is a private educational establishment.