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• MIOSHA Training Institute Scholarship Application MIOSHA Training Insitute (MTI) scholarships are again available for fiscal year 2014 (October 1, 2013 - September 30, 2014) courses. Applications may be submitted for courses no more than three months prior to the start date and no later than three weeks prior to the course start date.

• New For MTI In FY 2014 PDF icon Change in Construction Certificates - effective March 7, 2013, to obtain a Level One certificate, students in the Construction Safety & Health track must successfully complete seven classes of which "MIOSHA Construction 10-Hour," "Part 45 - Fall Protection" and "Health Hazards in Construction" are required along with any four other electives chosen from the 15 construction electives within three years. The Construction Level Two certificate requires that students successfully pass any eight classes from the Construction track which were not previously taken.  Students will now be able to choose any of the construction classes to reach the required number of electives. However the three classes named above are still required to obtain the Level One certificate which must be achieved prior to the award of the Level Two certificate.

• 2013-2014 MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) Schedule PDF icon Check out our new Training Schedule for Fiscal Year 2013-2014!

• Calendar of MIOSHA Training Programs


MTI Information

• New For MTI In FY 2013 Newly Added This Year - MTI Occupational Health Certificate will be awarded to participants successfully completing these five required classes:  “Hazard Communication & Right to Know Requirements,” “Occupational Noise Exposure,” Medical Services & First Aid, Bloodborne Infectious Diseases,” “Respiratory Protection” and either “Permit Required Confined Spaces” or “Human Factors Engineering (formerly Ergonomics).”
Change In Required Classes - Effective October 1, 2012, “Health Issues in Construction” will now be required to obtain a Level One certificate in Construction along with four other electives.
Newly Accepted - Elective Classes for the MTI Level Two Compliance General Industry include "Industrial Laser Safety" and "Industrial Robot Safety."

• Change in Required Classes PDF icon Effective March 1, 2012, “Part 380 - Occupational Noise Exposure,” formerly an elective will now become a required course in the MTI Level Two Compliance Track.  “Parts 472 & 554 - Medical Services & First Aid, Bloodborne Infectious Diseases” formerly a required course will now become an elective.  Students who took Parts 472 & 554 - before March 1, 2012, will be given credit for the course as meeting the MTI Level Two Compliance Certificate.

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Level 1 Course Materials

• CET Sample Perception Survey Excel icon This survey will be used in the Level One Blueprints for a Safety & Health Course. The use of perception surveys provides a means to measure leading indicators of safety performance by providing a snapshot of the current safety culture through the perception of your employees and managers.

• Non-Fatal Occupational Injury & Illness Data To determine your company's comparable incidence rate, go to the appropriate year at the bottom of the page.

• Injury/Illness Analysis and Cost Estimation (HO-44) Excel icon After you complete the MIOSHA Recordkeeping & Cost of Injuries Course, you can use this form to calculate your company's Total Case Incidence Rate (TCIR), Days Away Restricted Transfer Rate (DART), and Costs of Accidents (Insured and Uninsured Costs).

• MIOSHA Recordkeeping Forms Excel icon Log 300, 300A, 301


Level 2 Course Materials

• Sample Employee Training Matrix Excel icon This handout is used in the Effective Safety & Health Training course.




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