OSHA Education Center

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If it's been more than two years since you enrolled in a non-credit class:

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For more information contact Professional Education:

816.604.1000
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OSHA Training Institute Education Center

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Overview

Safety First

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Whether you are in construction, healthcare, manufacturing, hospitality, or just about any other industry, we’ve got the training you need.

Our technical courses on high hazards, occupational safety and environmental compliance topics will keep you in the know on the latest health and safety standards.

OSHA Training Institute Education Center

As the area’s only OSHA Training Institute Education Center, we are equipped to keep you current. Our certified OSHA courses are designed to help you understand standards and learn the skills you need to know to avoid costly fines and dangerous accidents.

1775 Universal Avenue

The Region VII OSHA Training Institute Education Center is located at MCC-Business & Technology campus, in Kansas City, Missouri. MCC-Business & Technology is considered an education and training hub for industrial and technology-based industries. Their state-of-the art labs include a multi-million dollar Haas machine tool lab, Harley-Davison training and assessment lab and an impressive host of other technical labs for CADD, HVAC and welding.

Maintaining Certifications

The CEU, or Continuing Education Unit, is a nationally recognized unit of measurement for post-secondary education, professional development and career training. OTIEC MCC provides CEUs for all of our safety and environmental courses.

CM points are accrued by Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIHs) who are certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. Most of OSHA Training Institute Education Courses and HAZWOPER courses are approved for CM points. ABIH requires verification of course attendance.

BCSP points are accrued by Certified Safety Professionals (CSPs) who are certified by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. OSHA Training Institute Education Center safety and environmental courses are approved for BCSP points. CSPs may earn Continuance of Certification (COC) points and OHSTs or CHSTs may earn Certification Maintenance points by taking these courses. BCSP points are determined by CEUs (1 point for every CEU).

Any questions can be referred to our office at (816) 604-5422.

Customized Training for Business & Industry

If you are in need of training for a group, we can help with that too. Ensuring that your company meets federal OSHA guidelines keeps your people safe and insurance costs down. Since 1992, we have been the only OSHA Training Institute Education Center in the region offering the latest in authorized training.

Whether it’s at your site or in our advanced labs and specialized confined-space simulator, we can certify your safety team to meet the latest OSHA standards.

Contact us at 816.604.5416 to get started or email MCCIWI@mcckc.edu.

Learn more about our services in our brochure and course catalog.

Host Sites and Other Training

In order to help you meet your safety health goals, MCC has four host sites for OSHA training in Missouri and Kansas.

Ozark Technical College
http://www.otc.edu/workforce/osha-safety.php

Wichita Area Builders Association – Construction courses only
http://www.wabahome.com

Kirkwood Community College
http://kirkwood.augusoft.net/

Wichita Area Technical College – General Industry courses only
http://watc.edu/customized-training/environmental-health-safety/

Also, be sure to learn about MCC’s Environmental Health & Safety Degree Program.
http://mcckc.edu/progs/ehss/environmenthealth/overview.asp

The OSHA Training Institute Education Center is part of MCC Institute for Workforce Innovation, Kansas City’s source for customized training and consultative services. For more information about I.W.I., visit mcckc.edu/iwi.

 

Last Modified: 1/11/13