MIOSHA courses begin in February 2013

The MIOSHA Construction-Part 32 Aerial Work Platforms & Devices seminar will provide an overview of the common hazards associated with aerial work platforms using case studies of actual accidents or photos of hazardous conditions. MIOSHA Construction Safety Standards and how they apply will be discussed, as well as, development and the importance of implementation of an accident prevention program. The class, which costs $105, runs 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. February 5, 2013, at Tassell M-TEC. To register, click here.

The MIOSHA 10-Hour program presents an overview of MIOSHA regulations for the construction industry. Detailed information is presented to enable the participant to develop an accident prevention plan as required by MIOSHA. An overview of MIOSHA inspection procedures is presented, as well as the most frequently cited MIOSHA violations in the construction industry. Participants gain detailed information regarding construction and health standards relative to the industry. Students will receive a 10-hour card upon successful completion of the class. Two sessions are available at Tassell M-TEC: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. February 27 and 28 or May 21 and 22. The cost is $170. To register, click here.

The Project Management: Construction Management II  course builds upon the skills learned in Project Supervision for those individuals pursuing a career in Project Management. Students will learn how to identify management styles, key elements of negotiation, documentation and various resources required when planning a job. This course teaches project managers safety and loss prevention, problem solving, project estimation, scheduling, cost analysis, and quality management. The class, which costs $642, runs 6-10 p.m. Thursdays from February 7 to May 30. To register, click here.

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