MIOSHA General Industry Certification
Earn your Safety & Health General Industry Certification by completing a series of MIOSHA safety courses. Employers, workers, union members, safety and health personnel, emergency responders, and college students can benefit from attending courses through the MIOSHA Training Institute.
The MTI reaches out, educates, and leads the state’s employers and employees in improving and advancing workplace safety and health. The MIOSHA Training Institute is introducing a new certification program, which offers participants an opportunity to be recognized for their educational efforts and increased technical expertise.
The courses will offer continuing education credits and maintenance points as well as an opportunity to achieve Level One and Level Two General Safety and Health certifications.
Job Safety Analysis Made Easy
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.
Cost & Schedule
Course Number: CVI-2087
Behavior-Based Safety: Fundamentals & Implementation
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.
Cost & Schedule
Course Number: CVI-2088
Part 380 - Occupational Noise Exposure
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.
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Course Number: CVI-2086
Parts 472 & 554 - Medical Services & First Aid, Blood borne Infectious Diseases
Exposure to blood borne 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 & First Aid, and Part 554 Blood borne 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.
Cost & Schedule
Course Number: CVI-2076
For more information about the MIOSHA Safety General Industry Certification, please visit: http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,1607,7-154-11407-40999--,00.html
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