OSHA Training Maryland

OSHA Training for Maryland

Map of Maryland on their State OSHA training information pageMaryland is a large producer of steel pipe; plate, sheet, and tin mill products; ships and ship-related products; aerospace equipment; sugar and processed foods; copper and oil refining; chemicals; etc.  Jobs within these industries require OSHA Training, check below for current job openings in Maryland.

Maryland is one of the states that has submitted and received approval for a state plan filed with OSHA at the Federal level.  The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health Program (MOSH) administers the plan and is part of the Maryland Division of Labor and Industry.  Although Maryland doesn’t require OSHA training for most jobs, there is an emphasis on safe workplaces, and understandably many employers have found the best way to comply is to mandate OSHA safety training for their employees.

The 10 Hour Construction Training will prepare you to start immediately on public work projects in Maryland or any construction job in all 50 states. Upon completion of our online courses, you will be able to print a temporary certificate of completion. You will receive the Department of Labor OSHA Wallet Card in 8-10 weeks.

With regard to On Site training, we can provide training at your place of business or job site as long as it’s within 50 miles of Baltimore, Frederick, Silver Springs (although if you have enough workers, we can go just about anywhere).

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

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