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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Find answers to commonly asked questions about training, registration and more.

Houston Area Safety Council (HASC) Business Hours

Headquarters Campus
5213 Center Street
Pasadena, TX 77505
Monday through Friday, 6am to 6pm

  • eLearning courses are self-paced and trainees may start any time between 6am and 4pm for most classes.
  • Occupational Health Services are available on a first-come, first-served basis, from 7:30am to 4:30pm
  • Earlier cutoff times may apply.

HASC NASA Campus
1211 W. NASA Parkway
Webster, TX 77598
Monday through Friday, 7am to 5pm

  • eLearning courses are self-paced and trainees may start any time between 7am and 3pm for most classes.
  • Occupational Health Services are available on a first-come, first-served basis, from 7am to 5pm
  • Earlier cutoff times may apply.

Texas City Occupational Health Services
3300 FM 1765
Texas City, TX 77590
Monday through Thursday, 7am to 5pm
Friday, 7am to 3:30pm

  • Occupational Health Services are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Earlier cutoff times may apply.

Reciprocity and the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils, Inc. (ARSC)

ARSC Member councils are councils whose training meets the standards set for certain non-site-specific courses such as Basic Plus. These courses are transferable from one Member council to another. Your employee does not have to retake a transferable course if he or she has passed the course within the year at an ARSC Member council. For more information on ARSC and a list of Member councils and transferable courses, visit their website.

Training & Registration


  • Do you have any study material we can use to prepare our employees for your safety tests?
    There is a study guide available for the ARSC Basic Safety Plus course required by most plants. We do not furnish any material to prep your employees for testing here. There are several places that have excellent training material you can purchase for use in your safety training. Try your local U.S. Government bookstore or OSHA office.
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