OSHA Training Michigan

OSHA Training Information for the State of Michigan

Map of Michigan on the State OSHA training information pageAutomobile manufacturing continues to be a primary force in the Michigan economy, and Detroit is the nation’s only older city that is home to a state-of-the-art auto assembly plant. There is also a budding industry growing up around firms researching hydrogen fuel cells and other non-petroleum power generating technologies that may drive the automobiles of the future.  Below are the current, construction, manufacturing and general labor jobs; which often require OSHA training; in the state on Michigan.

Michigan takes its worker safety seriously.  MIOSHA, the Michigan version of OSHA, has been around for about 40 years and offers all sorts of information, resources, links to regulatory statements, etc. as a service to both employees and employers.

Michigan is one of the states that administers a plan that’s been approved by OSHA at the Federal level.  The State doesn’t require OSHA training, but as in any state with a large manufacturing capacity, many employers require one of the many flavors of OSHA training.

If you’re an employer with a staff that needs any OSHA training and you’re within a hundred miles of Detroit, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Traverse City or Midland, we most likely can train your employees on site.  Call us at (866) 442-OSHA (6742) or fill out the free quote request form at the right.

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Looking for OSHA Offices in Michigan?  Check out our Michigan OSHA resources page.


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