This is a potential fraud case, and must be reported to federal OSHA, They will refer fraudulent activity to the U.S. Labor Department’s Office of Inspector General, and trainers caught falsifying information will subject to criminal prosecution.
When an authorized trainer requests your course completion card from the OSHA Regional Training Center, they must certify that they have conducted this training per the guidelines.
They also sign a document that they understand that they will be subject to immediate dismissal from the OSHA Outreach Training Program if the information they provide is not true and correct. Further, by signing the document the instructor understands that providing false information may subject them to civil and criminal penalties under Federal law, including 18 U.S.C. 1001, and section 17(g) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 29 U.S.C. 666(g), which provides criminal penalties for making false statements or representations in any document filed pursuant to that Act.