OSHA Looking for Potential Education Centers

The administration is seeking applications from nonprofit organizations interested in providing occupational safety and health classes.

OSHA has announced it is looking for applications for its OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Centers Program. The administration is looking for nonprofit organizations interested in providing classes on occupational safety and health.

The program, which was started in 1992, serves private and public sector employers, supervisors, and workers within OSHA’s jurisdiction. The report estimates more than 52,000 students received training in FY 2016.

Applications are due on Friday, June 30, and can be sent here.

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