• Asbestos Program "Verify and Search" Information that can be accessed includes currently accredited individuals,
licensed contractors, project notifications, approved trainers, and scheduled
• Asbestos Program Overview The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) Asbestos Program was initiated in September of 1986. The primary function of the program is to assure that the people working with asbestos are properly trained and the individuals performing asbestos removal comply with rules governing the work activity. These rules are designed to protect not only the individual employee performing asbestos abatement work, but also the general public that occupy the area or building in which the work occurs.
Training, Accreditation, and Contractor Licensing
• Training Courses In order for individuals performing asbestos-related work to become accredited, they must successfully complete a designated training course ...
• Asbestos Accreditation Asbestos abatement workers, supervisors, project designers, inspectors, and management planners must successfully complete the appropriate initial or refresher...