The Mid America OSHA Education Center is the leading provider of safety courses and services in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Headquartered in Dayton, OH, it is a cooperative effort of OSHA, USDOL, and the Ohio Valley Construction Education Foundation. Serving people from all areas of the United States, our organization has sustained our commitment to providing the most current and innovative educational programs in safety and health standards.
We, at Mid-America OSHA are known for providing leading industrial safety professionals in the classroom; and continues to offer high quality, standards based, OSHA authorized education to employees in both the private and public sectors, including federal agencies.
While many organizations offer safety-training programs, Mid-America OSHA Education Center is one of only twenty-seven centers in the U.S. formally authorized by OSHA to deliver OSHA courses. We provide opportunities for construction and industrial personnel to participate in OSHA authorized courses within our Region. Contract courses are also available outside the Region.
Traditional Classroom Training
Mid-America offers a variety of In-House Training opportunities at a variety of locations within our six-state region. We provide opportunities for all construction, industrial, government and institutional personnel to participate in OSHA authorized courses.
Mid America OSHA, through its WORKS portal – offers over 300 online courses, including over 70 in Spanish, each developed by Certified Safety Professionals and Certified Industrial Hygienists. We invite you to browse the courses available.
We can even arrange to visit your company or construction site to conduct custom safety training for your employees. Contact us toll free at 866-444-4412.
Our Safety Services programs will provide valuable professional safety services for a fraction of what it would cost to have a full-time safety professional. How can a business stay competitive and still invest in the much needed safety and health oversight and training that will prevent major losses?