Michigan OSHA Training
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Easy Safety School is proud to offer the very best OSHA Training in the state of Michigan. We work with only the best trainers nationwide to ensure your learning experience is as good as it can be. Whether you are an individual looking for OSHA 10 or 30 hour training or a business looking for a corporate compliance solution, you have come to the right place. Please use the tabs above to find out more about the trainers we work with and local state laws.
We currently serve Detroit, Grand Rapids, Warren, Sterling Heights, Lansing, Flint, Ann Arbor, Clinton, Livonia, Dearborn, and all surrounding areas.
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To request a quote for On-site OSHA training in your area, please send us a detailed message using the form below or call us at (951) 698-3467. Please include your location, the course(s) you are interested in, the number of students, and the desired time frame for training. We will respond ASAP with trainer details and a quote.
OSHA Trainers in Michigan
Rob Siemens has been a College Instructor and presenting interesting and educational classes, workshops, hands on instruction and seminars for the past 16 years. He has an engaging style and is dedicated to expanding the knowledge of his students. As a certified instructor for Royal Arc, and a Authorized OSHA outreach instructor, Rob has conducted industrial training seminars at Kellogg, Wayne, Macomb and Monroe Community Colleges, and the list can continue into double figures. Rob’s passion, has consistently demonstrated a real talent for instruction. His commanding leadership style along with providing entertainment for his students creates a mindset for real learning and comprehension of his subject.
Rob Siemens qualifications include a multi-faceted background in operations, manufacturing, sales and administration. Rob has acquired more than 20 years experience as president and owner of a Multi Million Dollar Manufacturing and Service company, his skills and ability to supervise and administer business related issues along with solving diversified problem allows for interesting dissertation. Rob’s experience includes all areas critical to general management and is recognized as an expert in his field, lending instruction and training, even to his competitors.
In addition to holding his structural engineering position and senior instructor, Rob Siemens is also a MIOSHA partner, on the South Eastern Michigan Safety Council and is certified by the State of Michigan as a Trainer. Rob Siemens leads the only Crane Instruction program in the State of Michigan that has multiple approval privileges for issuing CEC’S for the DEQ for the State of Michigan. Class Code 1655 expiration date 12/31/10.
Here is just a brief list of what Rob Siemens has accomplished in developing training agendas his past 20 years.
PROGRAMS:Crane Manufacturing and Operation
Crane Building & Design Criteria
Mobil Crane Operation & Set up
Lifting Physics & Engineering
Crane & Rigging Safety
Crane Maintenance & Reporting
Crane Inspection & Service Instruction
Advanced Rigging Procedures Development
Advance Rigging & Engineered Lifting
Rigging Inspection, Safety, & Equipment
Accident Investigation Procedures
EDUCATION & TRAINING ACCREDITATIONSMississippi State Structural Engineering, Starkville, MS
Mississippi State Steel Construction, Starkville, MS
Eastern Kentucky University, Louisville, KY
Federal OSHA Authorized outreach instructor, #EKU00275
American Red Cross Certified AED/CPR/ First Aid
University of Cincinnati, Material Handling Dynamics, Lima, OH
Columbus McKinnon Product Engineering, Bedford NY
Instructor, Monroe Community College, MI
Instructor, Bay D-Noc Community College, MI
Instructor, Kellogg Community College, MI
Presenter, South East Michigan Safety Council, MI
Coffing Hoist Product Engineering, NC
To request a quote for On-site OSHA Training Email Us or Call us at (951) 698-3467.
OSHA Related Laws in Michigan
OSHA Training not mandated in michigan
There are currently no laws mandating OSHA Training in Michigan, however some employers, unions, and the state of Michigan may require you to take OSHA 10 or 30 hour training as a prerequisite for work on public worksites. We generally recommend that all workers on a public job site have a minimum of 10 hours of safety training relevant to their industry.