Certificate Programs

澳门天天好彩 OSHA Logo缅澳门天天好彩 OTIEC Certificate Programs

The OSHA Training Institute (OTI) Education Center at 缅澳门天天好彩 is one of 26 centers comprising a national network of non-profit organizations authorized by OSHA to deliver occupational safety and health training to public and private sector workers, supervisors, and employers.

OTI Education Center Programs are an essential component in OSHA's mission to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.

Specialist in Safety & Health (SSH)

A fundamental occupational safety and health certificate program. See industry-specific program requirements by clicking the respective links below. Courses can be applied toward advanced-level CSHO certifications.

A minimum of 2 courses, and at least 52 hours of training, must have been taken with the OTI Education Center at 澳门天天好彩. Transfer other required courses from any OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Proof of successful course completion is required.

SSH Program Requirements

How to Submit SSH Certificate

Submit completed applications for any of the SSH certificates listed above to OSHA@volstate.edu. Call (615) 230-3358 for additional information.

SSH APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATES

Certified Safety & Health Official (CSHO)

stack of safety equipmentA nationally recognized professional safety and health certificate program. See industry specific program requirements by clicking the respective links below.

A minimum of 2 courses, and at least 52 hours of training, must have been taken with the OTI Education Center at 澳门天天好彩. Transfer other required courses from any OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Proof of successful course completion is required.

CSHO Program Requirements

How to Submit CSHO Certificate

Submit completed applications for any of the CSHO certificates listed above to OSHA@volstate.edu. Call (615) 230-3358 for additional information.

CSHO APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATES

Facilities Maintenance Safety Specialist (FMSS)

A certificate program designed for authorized and affected individuals impacted by a facility safety program to properly provide adequate safety and health protection for their workers.

A minimum of 2 courses, and at least hours of training, must have been taken with the OTI Education Center at 澳门天天好彩. Transfer up to 3 OSHA numbered courses from any OSHA Training Institute Education Center. Proof of successful course completion is required.

FMSS Program Requirements

How to Submit FMSS Certificate

Submit completed applications for the FMSS certificate listed above to OSHA@volstate.edu. Call (615) 230-3358 for additional information.

FMSS APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE

EM 385-1-1 CP-24 Competent Person Fall Protection Certificate Program

Participants in the EM 385-1-1 CP-24 Competent Person Fall Protection Certificate Program must complete three (3) required courses that include a minimum of 26 contact hours to earn the Competent Person for Fall Protection Training certificate

EM 385-1-1 CP-24 Program Requirements

Other Certificate Programs

OSHA鈥檚 Safety & Health Fundamentals (SHF)

Participants in OSHA鈥檚 Safety & Health Fundamentals Certificate Program must complete a minimum of seven (7) courses, comprised of required and elective courses, that include a minimum of 68 contact hours of training through OTI Education Center courses to earn the certificate in聽Safety & Health Fundamentals.

  • must complete the three Required Courses as listed for a minimum of 39 contact hours of training.
  • must complete a minimum of four Elective Courses from the Industry list that include a minimum of 29 contact hours of training.

Courses are transferable and may be completed at different OTI Education Centers.

SHF Program Requirements

How to Submit SHF Certificate

Submit completed applications for the SHF certificate listed above to OSHA@volstate.edu. Call (615) 230-3358 for additional information.

CP-12 US Army Safety and Occupational Health Career Program

CP-12, or the is a career program that supports the technical, managerial and leadership skills for Department of the Army Civilians in 25 occupational series to meet the Army鈥檚 current and future Safety and Occupational Health needs.