MIOSHA Training Institute Celebrates 10th Anniversary

So far, more than 24,000 people have participated in MTI training.

The MIOSHA Training Institute, part of the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration, recently marked its 10th anniversary with a ceremony recognizing the 29 co-sponsors of the program that help make it possible. "Each of these co-sponsors have been instrumental in ensuring the success and longevity of this unique educational program that focuses on improved technical expertise in occupational safety and health," MIOSHA Director Bart Pickelman said. "I invite any employer and their employees who are interested in improving their company's workplace safety and health to contact us."

The MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training Division and Macomb Community College established a formal alliance on Sept. 26, 2005, to help protect the health and safety of Michigan workers. CET Division Director Nella Davis-Ray recognized all co-sponsors who offer the certification classes, presenting plaques to the 14 original co-sponsors who have been with MTI for all 10 years.

The MTI assessment-based certificate program offers continuing education credits and maintenance points and the opportunity to achieve Level One General Safety and Health, Level Two Safety and Health Management Systems, and Safety and Health Compliance certificates, all of which are based on the most up-to-date industry standards. Certificate programs are available for General Industry Safety and Health as well as Construction Safety and Health. An Occupational Health certificate is also available. Classes are taught by MIOSHA CET consultants and are consistent throughout the state.

So far, more than 24,000 people have participated in MTI training.

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