Consultation Education and Training (CET)
Training Seminar and Workshop Catalog

General Industry Safety and Health Courses
October 2021 to September 2022

Index of Alphabetical Listing of General Industry Courses


 

Behavior-Based Safety: Fundamentals and Implementation

  Continuous Safety and Health Improvement
  Conveyors- Hidden Hazards
 

Effective Safety and Health Training

 

Human Factors Engineering

  Incident Investigation
 

Industrial Robotic Safety

  Job Safety Analysis Made Easy
 

Level One General Industry Boot Camp

 

Level Two Safety and Health Management Systems Boot Camp

 

Machine Guarding and Hazard Identification

 

MIOSHA General Industry 10-Hour +

 

MIOSHA Recordkeeping and Cost of Injuries

 

MVPP and MVPP Workshop

 

Part 1 - General Provisions - Online Course

  Part 2 Walking / Working Surfaces - Classroom
  Part 2 Walking / Working Surfaces - Online Course
 

Part 7 - Guards for Power Transmission

 

Part 21 - Powered Industrial Trucks: "What Every Trainer and Operator Must Know"

 

Part 85 - Control of Hazardous Energy Sources

 

Part 380 - Occupational Noise Exposure

  Part 451 - Respiratory Protection
  Parts 6, 33, and 433 - Personal Protective Equipment Standards for General Industry and Construction Safety
  Parts 17, 39, and 40 Electrical Standards for General Industry and Construction
  Parts 23 and 24 - Hydraulic and Mechanical Power Presses
  Parts 35, 90 and 490 - Confined Space in Construction and Permit-Required Confined Spaces in General Industry
  Parts 42, 92, and 430 - Hazard Communications and Right-to-Know Requirements for General Industry and Construction
  Parts 472 and 554 - Medical Services and First Aid, Bloodborne Infectious Diseases
  Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs
 

Supervisor's Role in Safety and Health

 

Supervisor's Role in Safety and Health

  Understanding and Improving Your Safety Culture
 

Understanding Industrial Laser Safety

 

When MIOSHA Enforcement Visits - Online Course

Behavior-Based Safety: Fundamentals and Implementation

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Management Track)

Full-day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Behavioral safety is the application of behavior analysis to work, specifically, safe and unsafe performance of a task. Using scientific principles of motivation, systems are analyzed to identify what is motivating safe or unsafe performance.  For example, people take safety shortcuts because they are motivated by the certain and immediate consequence of saving a little time and they are not motivated by the fairly uncertain and unlikely consequence of getting hurt.  Systems can then be modified or implemented to improve performance in a positive method. Implementation will be discussed with an emphasis on providing examples from companies who have used behavioral safety successfully.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 7, 2021

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association of Grand Rapids
   

Date:

January 11, 2022

Location:

Alpena

Cosponsor:

Alpena Community College
   

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Continuous Safety and Health Improvement

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Management Track)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course moves beyond the initial development and implementation of a Safety and Health Management System (SHMS) to the ongoing responsibilities for evaluation, maintenance, and participation in the system to affect continuous improvement. This course focuses primarily on building and sustaining management commitment and employee involvement. It is highly recommended that students complete “Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs” before taking this course.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

July 27, 2022

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association
   

Date:

September 14, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macoomb Community College
   

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Conveyors: Hidden Hazards

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This dynamic one-day seminar is intended for employers committed to ensuring their facility meets or exceeds the requirements for employee safety contained in MIOSHA General Industry Safety Standard, Part 14 Conveyors. Attendees will recognize, from multiple examples, the types of conveyors commonly found in the workplace.  Detect the associated hazards that employees are potentially exposed to, identify the appropriate guarding and worker protection for those hazards.  Review the safety related design, electrical, and specific provisions for the identified conveyors. During group activity, evaluate and analyze fatality case studies for contributing factors and rule violations. 

CLASS DATES:

   

Date:

September 7, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   
   

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Effective Safety and Health Training

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Management Track)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Many MIOSHA standards require employers to provide employees with training.  This course will provide suggestions and ideas for creating and conducting effective workplace health and safety training.  Strategies that work best for adult learners will be discussed including the use of activities to make training both fun and effective.  This class is designed for anyone responsible for developing and conducting training.  The “hands-on” activities will provide an opportunity for participants to practice the skills learned.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

October 14, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

November 9, 2021

Location:

Muskegon

Cosponsor:

Employers Association of West Michigan
   

Date:

September 14, 2022

Location:

Cadillac

Cosponsor:

Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center
   

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Human Factors Engineering

MTI Level One Elective General Industry Course

 

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This program is designed to provide a basic understanding of human factors engineering, otherwise known as “ergonomics,” and the implementation of a successful ergonomics program based on the National Institute of Safety and Health, Elements of Ergonomics Programs.  Key terminology will be defined and the MIOSHA strategic plan initiative will be discussed. Common ergonomic disorders and primary risk factors will be identified.  The course will describe how to build a case for implementing an ergonomics program and the important elements to include in a successful ergonomics program. Ergonomic risk factor identification will be emphasized through use of a videos and class activities.  A variety of ergonomic resources and checklists will be used and provided to attendees.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

No Classes Scheduled

Location:

 

Cosponsor:

 

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Incident Investigation

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Management Track)

Full day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The program is planned for one day. The goal is to provide participants reasons why incident investigation is important, discuss the different aspects of an investigation, and practicing techniques for determining the root cause of incidents. The training will include class discussions and exercises, with small group breakout sessions for case studies and other activities.

.CLASS DATES

   

Date:

November 30, 2021

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association
   

Date:

February 16, 2022 - Canceled

Location:

Cadillac

Cosponsor:

Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center
   

Date:

March 16, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

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Industrial Robotic Safety

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Today’s work environment requires employers to utilize safe maintenance practices and effective operator protections to prevent harmful contact between robots and employees.  This seminar is focused on the daily interaction of the worker and robot in the industrial setting. Attendees will review successful safety practices applicable to robotic operations in Michigan workplaces.  Short class discussion of collaborative robots safety in the workplace. Historic and current employee injuries caused by robot contact will be reviewed.  The seminar will cover risk assessment and evaluation of safeguards and an overview of hazard recognition.

CLASS DATES 

   

Date:

April 27, 2022

Location:

Warren

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

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Job Safety Analysis Made Easy

MTI Level One Elective General Industry Course

Half-Day Workshop

Cost: $94

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Job Safety Analysis (JSA) has been identified as a key component in an effective Safety and Health Management System.  Training will provide attendees with the tools and knowledge required to prioritize, create, use, and review a JSA program to enhance their overall Safety and Health Management System.  In addition, worksite analysis is one of the five required elements used to judge a company’s readiness for inclusion in the prestigious Michigan Voluntary Protection STAR program.  The JSA training will help participants justify the need for a hazard identification program to their upper management and create buy-in from production employees. 

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

February 17, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

April 27, 2022

Location:

Houghton

Cosponsor:

Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance
   

Date:

June 15, 2022

Location:

Holland

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

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Level One General Industry Boot Camp

Complete MTI Level One General Industry Courses

Eight-Day Seminar

Cost: $765

COURSE DESCRIPTION

MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students who have not taken any MTI courses previously and have an interest in improving their knowledge of safety and health in the workplace. The courses, taught entirely by experienced MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) consultants, provide continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity for students to be recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise.

Level One courses are designed for safety and health coordinators, committee members, and others interested in general safety and health information. Level One allows the participant to begin the process of developing a safety and health management system while becoming familiar with MIOSHA Standards and other relevant topics. Upon successful completion of the Boot Camp, participants will earn the MTI General Industry Level One certificate.

CLASS DATES

Date:

October 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, November 2, 3, 4, 2021

Location:

Muskegon

Cosponsor:

Employers Association of West Michigan
   

Date:

February 23, 24, March 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 2022 - Class Full. Waiting List Available

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

Level Two Safety and Health Management System
Boot Camp

Complete MTI Level Two Courses (Management Track)

Six-Day Seminar

Cost: $720

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Level Two Management MTI Boot Camp has been especially prepared for those students holding a Level One certificate, who have not taken any Level Two MTI Management Track classes, and have the responsibility for implementing safety and health systems. As such, attendees shall be required to sign-up for the entire six day MTI Boot Camp. Under this format, no refunds or make-ups will be available. If a student misses one or more days of the class for which they wish to receive credit, they shall be required to take and pay for the same class at a different time and location.

Individual certificates of attendance will be given for each class. However, to receive the Level Two Management certificate and credit, students will be required to obtain a passing score of 70% on the assessment that accompanies each class. Assessment testing will be administered at the end of each class.

MIOSHA reserves the right to change the curriculum as needed for the Level Two Management certificate.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

May 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

August 2, 3, 4, 30, 31, and September 1

Location:

Gaylord

Cosponsor:

Kirtland Community College
   

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Machine Guarding and Hazard Identification

MTI Level One Elective General Industry Course

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This full day course is designed for general industry participants, (maintenance, safety and health professionals, and management personnel).  This seminar familiarizes the participant with various types of common machinery and the related safety hazards.  The course enables participants to recognize hazards such as those created by points of operations, rotating parts, and flying chips, while providing options for achieving abatement.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

February 16, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

April 21, 2022

Location:

Kalamazoo

Cosponsor:

Kalamazoo Valley Community College
   

Date:

May 26, 2022

Location:

Houghton

Cosponsor:

Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance
   

MIOSHA General Industry 10-Hour +
(Fundamentals of Safety and Health)

MTI Level One Required General Industry Course

Three Day Seminar

Cost: $250

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

In today’s challenging business climate, many employers are faced with the need to have their employees be capable of performing new or multiple job functions.  As personnel shift to accommodate business needs, it is essential to have staff understand the importance of safety and health management and the underlying effect it has on business.  In three days this fundamentals course offers the resources and tools to create or enhance an effective safety and health management system, a review of the MIOSHA Act, and highlights of many key General Industry Safety and Health Standards. 

Topics include elements of a comprehensive safety and health system, recordkeeping, accident investigations, inspections and citations, written program requirements, introduction to industrial hygiene, respiratory protection, hearing conservation, bloodborne infectious diseases (BIDs), eyewash and first aid requirements, ergonomics, hazard recognition, and machine guarding..

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

January 26, 26, 27, 2022

Location:

Cadillac

Cosponsor:

Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center
   

Date:

February 8, 9, 10, 2022 Class Full

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

Date:

March 8, 9, 10, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

May 3, 4, and 5, 2022

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association
   

Date:

August 23, 24, 25, 2022

Location:

Escanaba

Cosponsor:

Bay College
   

Date:

September 27, 28, 29, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

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MIOSHA Recordkeeping and Cost of Injuries

MTI Level Two Required Course (Management Track)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This MIOSHA program is designed to help employers ensure that their organization complies with MIOSHA recordkeeping requirements as contained in MIOSHA Administrative Rules Part 11, Recording and Reporting of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses.  In addition to learning and understanding the “recordability” of work related injuries and illnesses, attendees will actively participate in a group exercise to complete the MIOSHA 300 log.  Using this data, participants calculate injury and illness rates and learn how to compare these rates to other companies with their North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS).

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

October 19, 2021

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Delta College
   

Date:

November 18, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

January 19, 2022 - Class Full

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

Date:

February 1, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Construction Association of Michigan
   

Date:

June 23, 2022

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

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MVPP/MVPPc Informational Workshop

Not Eligible for an MTI Scholarship

Half-Day Online Workshop

Cost: Free

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This online workshop is for those companies who want to learn how to apply for Michigan Voluntary Protection Program (MVPP). This recognition programs is designed especially for high performing worksites in both the general and construction industries with an exemplary history of safety and health diligence. Participants receive information regarding the benefits of participation in this program such as exemptions from programmed inspections and state/national recognition for organizational safety and health excellence. The application and review process is covered in detail along with the qualification requirements for acceptance in MVPP.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

No Classes Scheduled

Location:

 

Cosponsor:

 
   

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Part 1 - General Provisions - Online Course

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Online Workshop

Cost: $90

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This half-day online workshop thoroughly discusses the requirements of MIOSHA Part 1, General Provisions.  Topics include: complete review and interpretation of the standard; employer and employee responsibilities; terms and definitions; basic machine installations and controls; guards and devices used in industry; disconnects and lockouts; and specific guarding requirements. Interactive discussion and exercises have been designed to enforce the concepts presented.

CLASS DATES:

 

 

 

Register Between:

October 1, 2021 to December 15, 2021

January 1, 2022 to March 15, 2022

April 1, 2022 to June 15, 2022

July 1, 2022 to September 15, 2022

 

 

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

 

Part 2 - Walking-Working Surfaces - Classroom

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Part 2 – Walking-Working Surfaces is a performance rule set and intended to provide information regarding safety in all places of employment where employees access horizontal and vertical walking-working surfaces. The rules are an adoption of the Federal OSHA’s Walking-Working Surface Rules and provides minimum performance guidance for employers to follow where employees use fixed and portable ladders, mobile ladder stands and mobile ladder stand platforms, step bolts and manhole steps, stairways and dockboards, scaffolds and rope decent systems.  Emphasis is placed on duty to have fall protection and falling object protection, fall protection and falling object protection criteria and practices, and training requirements. 

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

January 20, 2022 Canceled

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

May 5, 2022

Location:

University Center

Cosponsor:

Delta College
   

Date:

June 16, 2022

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   
   

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Part 2 - Walking-Working Surfaces - Online Course

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Online Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Part 2 – Walking-Working Surfaces is a performance rule set and intended to provide information regarding safety in all places of employment where employees access horizontal and vertical walking-working surfaces. The rules are an adoption of the Federal OSHA’s Walking-Working Surface Rules and provides minimum performance guidance for employers to follow where employees use fixed and portable ladders, mobile ladder stands and mobile ladder stand platforms, step bolts and manhole steps, stairways and dockboards, scaffolds and rope decent systems.  Emphasis is placed on duty to have fall protection and falling object protection, fall protection and falling object protection criteria and practices, and training requirements. 

CLASS DATES:

 

 

Register Between:

October 1, 2021 to December 15, 2021

January 1, 2022 to March 15, 2022

April 1, 2022 to June 15, 2022

July 1, 2022 to September 15, 2022

 

 

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

 

Part 7 - Guards for Power Transmission

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Half-Day Workshop

Cost: $94

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This half-day seminar thoroughly discusses the requirements of MIOSHA Part 7 - Guards for Power Transmission.  Topics include complete review and interpretations of the standards, employer and employee responsibilities, terms and definitions, guard and devices used in industry, power transmission, disconnects and lockouts, specific guarding requirements. Interactive discussion and exercises have been designed to enforce the concepts presented. 

CLASS DATES:

Date:

October 7, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

April 4, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Alpena Community College
   

Date:

September 28, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

Part 21 - Powered Industrial Trucks:
"What Every Trainer and Operator Must Know"

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course covers the training and operating requirements for powered industrial trucks in general industry workplaces.  Safety topics include: training program implementation; operator selection, training, testing, and permitting; inspection procedures; safe work practices; retention of training and maintenance records; and identification of types of powered industrial trucks.  Occupational health topics include information on carbon monoxide, ventilation controls, personal protective equipment, and emergency eye flush and shower facilities.  Resources and sample documents will be provided to assist attendees with implementing a powered industrial truck program in their workplace.  This training session will also provide an overview of common exercises used for field evaluations.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

November 2, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

April 26, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

June 23, 2022

Location:

Escanaba

Cosponsor:

Bay College
   

Date:

August 3, 2022

Location:

Muskegon

Cosponsor:

Employers Association of West Michigan
   

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Part 85 - Control of Hazardous Energy Sources

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This one day seminar will thoroughly discuss the requirements of MIOSHA Part 85, Control of Hazardous Energy Sources. Topics include: a complete review and interpretations of the standard; lockout and tagout requirements; minor tool change exceptions; energy control procedures and exceptions; periodic inspections; and employee training. Interactive discussions and exercises have been designed to enforce the concepts presented.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

November 17, 2021

Location:

Grand Haven

Cosponsor:

Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce
   

Date:

July 21, 2022

Location:

Escanaba

Cosponsor:

Bay College
   

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Part 380 Occupational Noise Exposure

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This seminar is designed to give participants an understanding of the requirements of MIOSHA’s Part 380 - Occupational Noise Exposure.  Topics covered include: definition of noise; hearing loss and how it can occur; determining when and why to conduct noise monitoring; determining when a Standard Threshold Shift (STS) occurs and when to record it on the 300 log, noise training requirements, noise control technologies and how to select proper hearing protection.  Participants will have “hands-on” opportunities to use noise dosimeters/sound level meters and calibrators and assess noise levels associated with actual noise sources.

CLASS DATES

   
   

Date:

October 26, 2021

Location:

Grand Haven

Cosponsor:

Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce
   

Date:

May 18, 2022

Location:

Marquette

Cosponsor:

Home Builders Association of the Upper Peninsula
   

Date:

September 7, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led Seminar

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   
   
   

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Part 451 - Respiratory Protection

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This full day course was developed to teach participants:  The requirements of Part 451 - Respiratory Protection (1910.134), the necessary elements of a written respiratory protection program, MIOSHA interpretations of common questions about the Respiratory Protection Standard and the most common violations associated with the standard.  

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

October 21, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

April 6, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

June 8, 2022

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

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Parts 6, 33, and 433 - Personal Protective Equipment Standards
for General Industry and Construction Safety

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will provide the participant an overview of MIOSHA personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements contained in MIOSHA General Industry Parts 33 and 433, as well as MIOSHA Construction Part 6 - Methods for conducting and documenting hazard surveys, PPE selection and maintenance criteria, and PPE training requirements are described.  Sample PPE photos and scenarios will be included and discussed in the program.  Tools for PPE hazard surveys will be provided to assist students in conducting and documenting hazard surveys in the workplace.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 16, 2021

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

Date:

February 23, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Mcomb Community College
   

Date:

March 31, 2022

Location:

Houghton

Cosponsor:

Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance
   

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Parts 17, 39, and 40 - Electrical Standards for General Industry and Construction

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Two Day Seminar

Cost: $190

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This challenging seminar provides the information needed to safeguard your employees and property from electrical hazards in the work environment.  We will discuss the application of MIOSHA electrical standards for both general industry and construction.  Topics include a fundamental explanation of electricity, clarification of qualified vs. unqualified employees, how to work with electricity safely, as well as electrical installation expectations. Emphasis is placed on electrical hazard recognition, the safe and correct use of electrical testing equipment and case study review.

Due to the fast pace of the course, it is expected that the students have read Construction Part 17 - Electrical Installations, General Industry Standards Part 39. Design Safety Standards for Electrical Systems, and Part 40 - Electrical Safety Related Work Practices prior to attending class.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

February 9 and 10, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

September 14 and 15, 2022

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association
   

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Parts 23 and 24 - Hydraulic and Mechanical Power Presses

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Two Day Seminar

Cost: $190

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This two-day seminar is specifically for those who supervise the use of, or are responsible for operating and maintaining mechanical power presses.  Attendees will receive a comprehensive review of MIOSHA General Industry Safety Standard Part 24, Mechanical Power Presses.  The seminar will cover evaluation of hazards and selection of appropriate safe guarding means and methods for employee safety.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

July 20 and 21, 2022

Location:

Warren

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

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Parts 35, 90, and 490 - Confined Space in Construction and Permit- Required Confined Spaces in General Industry

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will provide an overview of both the construction and general industry rules related to confined space and permit-required confined spaces.  Examples of actual spaces will be used to clarify the definition and facilitate proper identification of confined space versus permit-required confined spaces.  The three means of entering a permit-required confined space are described in Part 35, 90, and 490.  These will be discussed along with their correct implementation.  This course also includes an introduction to the principles of air monitoring and ventilation of confined and permit-required confined spaces.   

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

November 16, 2021

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

Date:

March 2, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Bay College
   

Date:

March 30, 2022

Location:

Bloomfield Hills

Cosponsor:

Construction Association of Michigan
   

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Parts 42, 92, and 430 - Hazard Communications and Right-to-Know Requirements for General Industry and Construction

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide the learner with an understanding of the requirements of the 2012 MIOSHA Hazard Communication Standards for Construction Safety and Health, General Industry Safety, and Occupational Health, (Parts 42, 92, and 430) as well as Right-To-Know Requirements in Act 154.  This includes the new requirements related to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).  Upon completion of this class, participants will be able to evaluate an existing hazard communication program and/or create and implement a hazard communication program that is compliant with the 2012 changes.  The goal of the class will be to protect employees by increasing employer compliance with the requirements of this standard.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 8, 2021

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Alpena Community College
   

Date:

February 16, 2022

Location:

Grand Rapids

Cosponsor:

The Employers' Association
   

Date:

June 28, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

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Parts 472 and 554 - Medical Services and First Aid,
Bloodborne Infectious Diseases

MTI Level Two Elective Course
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Exposure to bloodborne infectious diseases is identified as a significant source of occupational illness.  The lack of first aid and medical services can lead to serious physical harm or death.  This full day course was developed to teach participants: the requirements of Part 472 - Medical Services and First Aid, and Part 554 - Bloodborne Infectious Diseases; to determine if facilities and employees are covered by the standards; to prepare a written exposure control plan; and, to ensure employees receive proper care following an occupational exposure or injury. This course is designed for general industry with emphasis for healthcare facilities.   

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 16, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

April 5, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

Date:

September 21, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Alpena Community College
   

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Recommended Practices for Safety and Health Programs

MTI Level One Required General Industry Course

 

Two-day Seminar

Cost: $190

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

These recommended practices provide responsible employers, workers, and worker representatives with a sound, flexible framework for addressing safety and health issues in diverse workplaces. They may be used in any workplace, but will be particularly helpful in small and medium-sized workplaces. They can be applied equally well in traditional, fixed manufacturing workplaces and in the service sector, healthcare, retail, and even mobile or office-based work environments.

They also include information specifically aimed at temporary worker and multi-employer work situations. Separate recommended practices are available for the construction industry.

The attendee will learn the recommended practices for a Safety and Health Program and how they place emphasis on involving workers, and include a more robust program evaluation element to help drive continuous improvement. The recommended practices also stress the need for communication and coordination on worksites involving more than one employer.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 8 and 9, 2021

Location:

Midland

Cosponsor:

Great Lakes Safety Training Center
   

Date:

March 22 and 23, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

Date:

May 18 and 19, 2022

Location:

Cadillac

Cosponsor:

Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center
   

Date:

July 13 and 14, 2022

Location:

Kalamazoo

Cosponsor:

Kalamazoo Valley Community College
   

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Silica Awareness

MTI Level Two Elective General Industry Course

Half-Day Wokshop

Cost: $94

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Crystalline silica is a common mineral found in such materials such as sand, stone, concrete, mortar, and many other products. It is a common product utilized in many construction and general industry processes. This course will discuss the various health hazards and their routes of exposure in relation to respirable silica exposures within the workplace. Participants will learn applicable terminology and fundamental concepts essential to understanding and reducing and/or eliminating employee exposure to respirable silica dust in the general industry and construction fields. Participants will be reviewing applicable components of the standards specific to Part 590, Silica in General Industry and Part 690, Silica in Construction, and how to implement safe work practices when employees can be exposed to respirable silica.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

July 13, 2022

Location:

Houghton

Cosponsor:

Keweenaw Economic Development Alliance
   
   

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Supervisor's Role in Safety and Health

MTI Level One Elective General Industry Course

Full-Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This seminar is designed for both general industry and construction first line supervision, safety and health committee members, and management personnel.  Topics covered include employee safety and health training, accident investigation, hazard recognition, and self-inspection techniques.  This program gives tips to supervision on methods to integrate health and safety into their daily duties and responsibilities.  Using MIOSHA General Industry and Construction standards and required written programs as a baseline, supervisors are given suggestions to improve their safety and health hazard recognition skills.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

November 10, 2021

Location:

Cadillac

Cosponsor:

Wexford-Missaukee Career Technical Center
   

Date:

December 7, 2021

Location:

Monroe

Cosponsor:

Monroe County Community College
   

Date:

February 2, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Grand Haven Chamber of Commerce
   

Date:

March 8, 2022

Location:

Midland

Cosponsor:

Great Lakes Safety Training Center
   

Date:

August 9, 2022

Location:

Kalamazoo

Cosponsor:

Kalamazoo Valley Community College
   
   

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Understanding and Improving Your Safety Culture

MTI Level Two Required Course
(Management Track)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course will provide the knowledge and tools for participants to gain an understanding of the factors that affect culture and how it impacts safety performance. Management Leadership/Commitment and Employee Involvement are the most critical components of having an effective Safety and Health Management System (SHMS).  This course will use data, examples, case studies, and activities to illustrate best practices and assist participants in improving their company’s safety culture.

CLASS DATES

   

Date:

December 15, 2021

Location:

Traverse City

Cosponsor:

Home Builders Association of the Grand Traverse Area
   

Date:

June 2, 2022

Location:

Holland

Cosponsor:

Grand Valley State University
   

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Understanding Industrial Laser Safety

MTI Level Two Elective
(Compliance Track - General Industry)

Full Day Seminar

Cost: $130

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This class is designed to provide Michigan employers with a basic understanding of the requirements they will need to meet in order to protect their employees and eliminate laser safety and health hazards.  This class will review the safety and health hazards commonly associated with industrial laser applications and usage, classifications, nominal hazard zones, laser officer responsibilities, training and guarding, MIOSHA compliance requirements, and other applicable consensus standards.

CLASS DATES 

   

Date:

April 4, 2022

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   

Date:

April 20, 2022

Location:

Clinton Township

Cosponsor:

Mcomb Community College
   
   

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When MIOSHA Enforcement Visits ONLINE COURSE

MTI Level One Elective General Industry Course

 

ONLINE

Cost: $90

Certification/Maintenance Points Available

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Attendees from both the construction and general industry sector will gain an insight of the process and procedures a MIOSHA compliance officer follows while conducting a workplace inspection and how to respond to MIOSHA citations. Topics covered include inspection types, employer/employee rights and responsibilities, and penalty reduction factors. This program will assist students in preparing for an inspection and students will work through a sample citation. Students will be provided with interactive exercises to reinforce the principles that are discussed in the course.

ONLINE AVAILABILITY

Register Between:

October 1, 2021 to December 15, 2021

January 1, 2022 to March 15, 2022

April 1, 2022 to June 15, 2022

July 1, 2022 to September 15, 2022

   

Hosted by

Macomb Community College

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