OSHA Training Institute Education Center

The OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District is based in the San Francisco Bay Area. We have been authorized by OSHA since 2008 to deliver occupational safety and health training on behalf of OSHA. The OTIEC delivers OSHA’s safety courses in the construction, maritime, disaster site and general industries throughout California, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, Guam, and at your facility.

Our instructors are industry safety professionals who bring the latest information, experience and learning techniques to our state of the art classrooms. They incorporate real world experiences into classroom instruction and hands-on learning exercises.

Contact us at 866-936-6742 for additional information.

OSHA Training Institute Education Center 2021 Catalog of Classes

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