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Certificate Program Requirements

To earn an OSHA certificate in Safety & Health Fundamentals for Maritime, participants must complete a minimum of seven courses, totaling at least 77 hours of in-class training.

The consortium brings expanded opportunities for safety and health training for workers and employers by utilizing a large network of training centers throughout the five-state region and at LSU campuses across the state of Louisiana.

Required Courses (3)

OSHA 5410 – Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry
OSHA 7500 – Introduction to Safety and Health Management or OSHA 2455 – Safety and Health Management Program
OSHA 7505 – Introduction to Incident (Accident) Investigation

Elective Courses (4)

OSHA 521 – OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
OSHA 2015 – Hazardous Materials 
OSHA 2055 – Cranes in Construction 
OSHA 2225 – Respiratory Protection 
OSHA 2255 – Principles of Ergonomics 
OSHA 3085 – Principles of Scaffolding 
OSHA 3095 – Electrical Standards 
OSHA 3115 – Fall Protection 
OSHA 7005 – Public Warehousing and Storage 
OSHA 7105 – Evacuation and Emergency Planning 
OSHA 7115 – Lockout/Tagout
OSHA 7120 – Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards 
OSHA 7205 – Health Hazard Awareness 
OSHA 7215 – Silica in Construction, Maritime, and General Industries 
OSHA 7845 – Recordkeeping Rule Seminar 

OSHA 2045 – Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards
OSHA 7100 – Introduction to Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards

OSHA 2264 – Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
OSHA 7300 – Understanding OSHA’s Permit-Required Confined Space Standard

Following course completion, participants must fill out and submit the Maritime Industry Application Verification Form and Certificate Payment Form to the Mid-South OTI Education Center. If you have any questions regarding this process, please call 877-345-2515 or email info@midsouthoti.org.


The Mid-South OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC), named to represent the geographical region of the country it serves, is a consortium between Alliance Safety Council and Louisiana State University’s College of Engineering.

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