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MIOSHA Training

We know safety on the job is extremely important. Delta College, along with the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration and Michigan Training Institute, offers MIOSHA training seminars and workshops for individuals looking to refresh their skills or gain new safety techniques.  

Who should attend?

  • Employees who desire to learn proper techniques for protecting their safety at work
  • Managers concerned about liability and workers’ compensation costs
  • Business owners who want to learn how to be compliant with Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration
  • Business leaders seeking to offer additional employee trainings, should call 989-758-3602 to schedule a class

Why attend?

Current Course Offerings

MIOSHA Part 85 – Control of Hazardous Energy Sources

November 7, 2019
Registration Deadline - October 31, 2019

Delta College Main Campus, 1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI
Check-in 8am, Class 8:30am – 4pm
Cost: $130 - Includes refreshments, lunch and materials

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. 


MIOSHA Part 21– Powered Industrial Trucks: What Every Trainer and Operator Must Know

March 10, 2020
Registration Deadline March 5, 2020

Delta College Main Campus, 1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI
Check in 8am, Class 8:30am – 4pm
Costs: $130 - Includes refreshments, lunch and materials

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. 


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

June 30, 2020
Registration deadline June 23, 2020

 Delta College Main Campus, 1961 Delta Road, University Center, MI
Check in 8:30am, Class 9am – 4pm
Cost: $130-Includes refreshments, lunch and materials

 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 in the workplace 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.


Safety training reduces work related injuries

Nationally employers spend $50.8 billion on wage payments and medical care for workers hurt on the job. (Source: Liberty Mutual Safety Index).