OSHA Training Minnesota
OSHA Training and Regulatory Information for Minnesota
Minnesota is one of the states that has worked with OSHA at the Federal level to craft their own plan that goes at least as far as the Fed plan in trying to protect workers and create a safe job site.
Although Minnesota does not require OSHA 10-hour training, it’s always a good idea to check with your employer, especially if you’re in a hazardous industry such as logging.
By the way, Employers, if you have a number of employees that you’d like to train all at the same time, please contact us because we can certainly help make that happen. Just use the contact form at right or call us at (866) 442-OSHA (6742). And if you want more information on inspections and consultations that the state of Minnesota makes available to you, you can take a look at the large and well-organized collection of worker safety information that’s available at the Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry website here: http://www.dli.mn.gov/MnOsha.asp
(Minnesota administers its own OSHA program (called MNOSHA) in cooperation with U.S. OSHA personnel.)
Looking for OSHA Offices in Minnesota? Check out our Minnesota OSHA resources page.