Premier Workplace Safety & Health Training
Macomb Community College and the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) created a formal alliance, the first with a Community College in the state, for the establishment of the MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI). The MTI helps protect the safety and health of Michigan's workers through innovative training to both MIOSHA staff and the public.
Designed for You
For the first time ever, employers, employees, equipment manufacturers, union members, safety and health personnel, emergency responders, and college students can participate in the same training MIOSHA provides to their professional staff. The MTI delivers consistent, participant-driven and informative programs based on the most up-to-date industry standards in a hands-on interactive environment.
Value Added Training
The MTI provides an opportunity for you to engage in open discussions on MIOSHA standards with those who administer the standards. You also have the opportunity to network, exchange information about best practices and learn how to leverage resources. The MTI includes a certification process to encourage and promote continuous education and advanced-level training.
Level I Certification is offered for two tracks: General Industry and Construction. The MTI also offers three Level II Certifications: Safety and Health Management Systems, MIOSHA Compliance General Industry or MIOSHA Compliance Construction. Students are required to take five required core classes and one required General Industry or Construction Track Safety & Health Management class within the series to obtain this certificate. Click here for industry points determined for many of these classes.
To register for MIOSHA Training Institute classes visit: www.michigan.gov/mioshatraining.
For more information on the MIOSHA Training Institute, please call 586.498.4106 or email MTI@macomb.edu. For more information on MIOSHA, visit www.michigan.gov/miosha.
The first MTI graduates were recognized at the Michigan Safety Conference.