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

Occupational Health Courses
October 2021 to September 2022

Human Factors Engineering

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate 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:

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Location:

 

Cosponsor:

 
   

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Part 380 Occupational Noise Exposure

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

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

Cosponsor:

Macomb Community College
   

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Part 451 - Respiratory Protection

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

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:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

St Clair County Community College
   

Date:

June 8, 2022

Location:

Lansing

Cosponsor:

Lansing Community College
   
   

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

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

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 Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

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 for Adult and Continuing Studies
   

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

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

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 for Adult and Continuing Studies
   

Date:

September 21, 2022

Location:

Statewide Virtual Instructor-led

Cosponsor:

Alpena Community College
   

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Silica Awareness

MTI Required Occupational Health Certificate Course

Half Day Workshop

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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