20 nonprofit organizations to receive CET grant money from MIOSHA

Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) has awarded 20 CET Grants totaling $865,000 to promote worker safety and health across the state.

MIOSHA has announced its 2017 CET Grant recipients. These 20 nonprofit organizations will receive a combined $865,000 to promote safety and health. Projects range from ergonomic training to preventing workplace violence.

We congratulate the following organizations and hope Michigan employers utilize these free training opportunities.

Alpena Community College

Associated General Contractors of Michigan

Baker College

Bay De Noc Community College

Center for Workplace Violence Prevention, Inc.

Construction Association of Michigan (CAM)

Eastern Michigan University Organization for Risk Reduction

Emergency Services Rescue Training

Great Lakes Safety Training Center

MARO Employment and Training Association

Michigan AFL-CIO

Michigan Association of Chiropractors

Michigan Green Industry Association (MGIA)

Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association (MITA)

Michigan State University

North Central Michigan College

Parents for Student Safety Employment Standards (PASSES)

Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWSDU)

United Auto Workers (UAW)

University of Michigan Center for Ergonomics

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Related information:

Nonprofits Receive $865,000 in MIOSHA Grants for Worker Protection

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