MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) Courses

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Construction

MIOSHA Construction - Part 45 Fall Protection - Attendees at these trainings will review the MIOSHA Part 45, Construction Safety Standard for Fall Protection including the latest OSHA and MIOSHA interpretations. Examination of recent fatal falls in construction and discussion of the latest fall protection techniques for construction will be covered. These classes will also cover fall exposures for residential construction and MIOSHA fall protection criteria.

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General Industry

Part 1. General Provisions - This one day seminar 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.

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Part 2. Walking-Working Surfaces - 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. 

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