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MIOSHA offers two grant programs — Consultation Education and Training (CET) Grants and MIOSHA Workplace Improvement to Safety and Health (MIWISH) Grants to help organizations improve workplace safety and health through trainings and equipment. Find out how you can take advantage of MIOSHA grant funding to create a safer, more healthful workplace.
Samantha Birsen, Grant Administrator
CET Grants Overview
MIOSHA awards Consultation Education and Training (CET) grants on an annual basis for the development and implementation of safety and health training and services to supplement CET division activities. The CET Grant Program was initiated as part of the MIOSHA effort to help ensure a safe and healthful workplace. These grants are awarded on an open competitive basis to Michigan management/employer groups, labor/employee organizations and other non-profit groups such as universities, hospitals and service organizations.
FY 2022 Consultation Education and Training (CET) Grant Projects
In FY 2022, MIOSHA awarded 19 CET grants totaling $870,000 to promote worker safety and health across the state, particularly for small and medium-sized companies. If you are interested in free training underwritten by MIOSHA, contact any of the grantees to receive health and safety training in a variety of formats.
CET Grant Applicants
- Table A - Summary of Training & Service Activities
- Table B - Project Time/Flow of Activities
- Table C - Breakdown of Details of Grant & Matching Expenditures
Resources for Current CET Grantees
MIWISH Grant Overview
Funding for the FY 2022 MIWISH Grant Program has been exhausted. Applications for FY 2023 will be accepted starting October 1, 2022.
The MIOSHA Workplace Improvement to Safety and Health (MIWISH) Grant Program awards qualifying employers a dollar-for-dollar match – up to $5,000 – to purchase safety and health-related equipment and equipment-related training. The goal of the program is to create a safer and healthier work environment and reduce the risk of injury and illness to workers in Michigan.