- New Online Course: "When MIOSHA Enforcement Visits"
- MTI to Oakland University's B.S. EHS Degree Completion Program
- Part 2. Walking-Working Surfaces Outreach Handouts
This is an outreach program and not designed as a training tool. Its intent is a familiarization program for employers. The wording in this program with some rules may be a summarization of the standard and actual rule, while others may be an exact excerpt. For specific training and familiarization, agency personnel, employers, and employees are encouraged to attend the MTI Program which is planned for roll out in the next FY rotation.
- Video On How To Register for MTI Courses
Click the link above to view a YouTube clip on how to register for MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) courses.
- MIOSHA and Oakland University Form Alliance to Foster Growth of Workplace Safety and Health Occupations
Star Technology College (STC) in Pakistan is claiming to provide MIOSHA approved and recognized training and certificates. Please be advised these certificates are fraudulent. Additionally, STC is using MIOSHA’s logos illegally. STC is NOT recognized, nor approved to conduct any training associated with the MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI). Furthermore, the MIOSHA Training Institute is not facilitating training in Pakistan, and has no affiliation, collaboration, or partnership for MTI training, outside of the United States.
If you talk to someone who believes they have received training certificates claiming to be issued on behalf of MTI / MIOSHA through Star Technology College, please have them contact the CET Division at 517-284-7720 or at www.michigan.gov/miosha for verification.
- WJMN Local 3 News Promotes the MTI Boot Camp in Escanaba
- MIOSHA Training Institute Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Click HERE to view photos from the August 22nd event.
- MTI Scholarships Are Available for FY 2018 Courses
MTI Scholarship funding is now available for courses beyond October 1, 2018.
- 2018-2019 Fall and Winter MIOSHA Training Institute (MTI) Schedule
Check out our new Training Schedule for Fall and Winter 2017-2018!
- Application for MIOSHA Construction 10-Hour Equivalency
If you are working to obtain your MTI Level One Certificate in Construction and you've already obtained your OSHA 10 or 30-Hour card, (must be within the past three years), fill out this application and return to Macomb Community College to receive credit for the MIOSHA 10-Hour course.
- Calendar of MIOSHA Training Programs
- New For MTI In FY 2017
- Effective October 1, 2016, the MIOSHA Recordkeeping & Cost of Injuries course is now required to complete the MTI Level Two Certificate Program for Safety and Health Management Systems. If you have successfully completed the MIOSHA Recordkeeping & Cost of Injuries course within the past three years, you may apply this course to both your Level One and Level Two certificate completion.
- The MIOSHA Recordkeeping & Cost of Injuries course will remain a Level One (or Level Two) elective course for Construction.
- Effective October 1, 2016, the Workplace Inspection course has been discontinued.
- Other changes can be found on CET #0160 below.
- MTI Assessment-Based Certificate Program (CET #0160)
- MTI Progress Log / Application Form
- CET Certification Information Professional Points and Credit
- MTI Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- CET Sample Perception Survey This survey will be used in the Level One Blueprints for a Safety & Health Course. The use of perception surveys provides a means to measure leading indicators of safety performance by providing a snapshot of the current safety culture through the perception of your employees and managers.
- Non-Fatal Occupational Injury & Illness Data To determine your company's comparable incidence rate, go to the appropriate year at the bottom of the page.
- MIOSHA Recordkeeping Forms Log 300, 300A, 301
- Injury/Illness Analysis and Cost Estimation (HO-44) After you complete the MIOSHA Recordkeeping & Cost of Injuries Course, you can use this form to calculate your company's Total Case Incidence Rate (TCIR), Days Away Restricted Transfer Rate (DART), and Costs of Accidents (Insured and Uninsured Costs).