Safety & Health Training Services
- Mobile On Site Training
- Advanced Safety & Health Training
- Regional Public Forums for New MIOSHA Standards
- Outreach Forum to New Personnel
Mobile "On Site" Training
Schedule your safety or health training for your jobsite or your office. The topics and length of training are customized to your needs. The training is set up to provide interaction between the trainer and attendees. This method of training gets the class more involved and provides a more effective result.
Minimum Group Size
@ your jobsite office/trailer
in a group setting (6+)
@ your company office
on an individual basis at the AGC office
electrical power source
@ a nearby meeting facility
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adequate training space
|Electrical Safety ||Asbestos Awareness (required annually) |
|Fall Protection ||Cadmium Safety |
|Fire Safety ||Hazard Communication |
|Ladder Safety ||Lead Safety |
|Lockout-Tagout ||Silica Safety |
|Personal Protective Equipment ||Confined Space Entry |
|Scaffold Safety ||HAZWOPER |
|General Construction Safety Orientation ||Right to Know |
|Aerial Lift Safety ||Respiratory Safety |
|Excavation Safety ||Silica Safety |
|Crane Safety ||Heat Stress |
|Working Safely with Power Tools || |
|*Training times will vary depending on degree of training group interaction. |
*Training on individual topics can be done in segments, if necessary.
Advanced Safety & Health Training
Advanced training will include training on scaffold safety, confined space entry, fall protection and steel erection. The advanced training session will be offered in a public forum at various locations around the state.
Regional Public Forums for New MIOSHA Standards
This outreach service will include regional public forums to alert the construction industry of any new changes in MIOSHA's safety & health regulation and educate the industry on what needs to be done to comply.
Outreach Forum for New Personnel
This special outreach forum for new construction managers and apprentice workers will focus on the value and importance of safety in the construction environment.
To schedule training please contact Paul Wrzesinski, Safety Director at (517) 908-8056. A copy of the CSTS program brochure is available here.