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ATTENTION MEMBERS: All Alliance Safety Council locations will be closed on Monday, May 27 in observance of Memorial Day.

Make the Most of Free OSHA-Authorized Courses

Safety is always a worthy investment – especially when you get more education for your money.

From now until September 30th, the Mid-South OSHA Training Institute Education Center is offering a free OSHA elective course after you schedule any two OSHA-authorized courses. Mid-South is a consortium between Alliance Safety Council and Louisiana State University’s College of Engineering. It’s one of only 26 OTIECs in the U.S. and the only center located in Louisiana.

If you are already planning on investing in professional development soon, take advantage of this cost-savings opportunity and grab one of the OSHA elective courses we’ve listed below.

OSHA 521 – OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
OSHA 2045 – Machinery & Machine Guarding
OSHA 2225 – Respiratory Protection
OSHA 2455 – Safety and Health Management Program
OSHA 3085 – Principles of Scaffolding

Benefits of professional development

  • Stay up-to-date on new methods, materials and technology relevant to your job. 
  • Increase your value in the workforce by obtaining more training and upskilling.
  • Become a leader amongst your peers and help create a culture of safety.

Not sure which elective course you should choose?

Consider the top 10 OSHA violations in 2022. Respiratory protection, scaffolding and machine guarding were included in the list of top 10 OSHA violations and could be timely electives for you and your team.

How the Free OSHA Elective Course Promotion Works

  1. Schedule your first two courses – any upcoming OSHA-authorized course.
  2. Choose your OSHA elective course. Please Note: All three courses must take place before October.
  3. Schedule your free course here. You’ll be asked to provide the participant names for the first two OSHA classes scheduled and the course title for each.