Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Did You know that Licensure benefits are also available to veterans’ spouses?
Please note: to utilize the benefits explained throughout this webpage, proof of discharge status will be required. Therefore, it will be necessary to provide a copy of your DD214 or DD215.
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) protects Michigan workers by promoting workplace safety and health through outreach training services, fair enforcement, and cooperative agreements. For more information, visit the MIOSHA website.
The MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) provides a wide range of courses across the state directed toward improving and advancing safety and health in the workplace. Visit the MIOSHA Training Institute webpage.
Apply for a MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) Scholarship
MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) Scholarship Application
The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) administers policies and regulations including rate setting, to ensure that energy, communications, and transportation services are provided in an efficient, reliable, and safe manner to adequately meet the needs of Michigan residents. Get more information on MPSC services for veterans.
The Michigan Public Service Commission's Consumer Standards and Billing Practice Rules provide utility shutoff protection for eligible military families, to learn more visit our Consumer Tip, Utility Help for Military Families.
For Consumer Tips on important utility topics such as: reducing energy use, bill payment assistance programs, the lifeline telephone program, and reducing telemarketing sales calls, visit the Commission's Consumer Publications Webpage.
Consumers are encouraged to first contact their gas, electric, telephone or cable company to discuss billing or service issues. If a resolution cannot be reached, contact the MPSC for help in dealing with utility concerns at 800-292-9555 (from within Michigan) or 517-241-6180 (from outside of Michigan) or file a web complaint.
For more information about the Michigan Public Service Commission, visit the MPSC website.