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OSHA EDUCATION CENTER

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The Mid-Atlantic OSHA Training Institute Education Center (MAOTIEC) is a consortium comprised of the Chesapeake Region Safety Council (CRSC) and the Mid Atlantic Construction Safety Council (MACSC). The MAOTIEC is committed to providing all its students a first class training experience, including  but not limited to efficient and expedient registration, convenient, comfortable training accommodations, user-friendly training and reference materials, and thought provoking, congenial classroom instruction offered by the top experts in their respective health and safety fields.   Whether you desire training in a construction, general industry, maritime or disaster site training discipline, Mid Atlantic OTIEC’s safety experts, industrial hygienists, emergency preparedness/life safety experts, and accident and forensic investigators, are committed to meeting and exceeding your OSHA Outreach Training expectations. All of Mid-Atlantic OTIEC’s course materials and hands-on exercises improve the awareness of and promote behavior change in both managerial and non-managerial workers with regard to identifying, reporting, and correcting occupational and environmental hazards.

Collectively, Chesapeake Region Safety Council (CRSC), and the Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Council (MACSC), have a long, successful track record in providing training and education to thousands of adults, whose place of employment is regulated by OSHA’s general industry and construction industry standards. The information presented is based on evidence-based, authoritative occupational and environmental safety and health sources, that embody the principles of effective hazard assessment, OSHA compliance, and good sound safety management.

Testimonials:

"I attended my first OSHA training session today for OSHA 510...and I just gotta say, Jeff Howell is amazing! He's the perfect guy for his job. His calm manner and professionalism really shine through. I was also impressed with ABC's training facility there in Harleysville, plus the supplied lunch was awesome." Josephine Tyndall-Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

"While I signed up for the 510 at not too excited to do so as I have been training for a long time.You may appreciate knowing that everyone in our class learned alot. Jeff is a terrific instructor! Jeff allows us to debate and question various rules and regs and he knows the business. (period) I always had the feeling (even late in the afternoon) that Jeff kept our best interests his priority, this is not always the case with instructors.I am anxious to attend Jeff's class in May---he is a genuine good caring instructor that cares about his students learning to go out and instruct the proper way to eliminate accidents and save lives."We" are all lucky to have him on our team."
David J. Remick, President - Safe Sense Plus, LLC

"John was very entertaining to say the lease. I found John to be very knowledgeable, well versed in the subject, and just a joy to be with. The ABC facility and staff at Dulles was very accommodating, clean, and easy to work with/in. Kerry did a fine job with the coffee, snacks, lunches, and was just a very friendly person. Also, MAOTIEC did a great job teaching/instructing me in becoming an OHSA Outreach instructor.  Thanks again." Kirk Libold, CSST

"I would like to take a moment and give you some feedback regarding the course and the Instructor Eddie Bell. From the first day up until the last, it was clear to me that Eddie knew what he was talking about and that he had a way imparting his knowledge to the class. I truly am better for having attended the course and I know that the same will hold true for my upcoming  500 course next month. Eddie is the type of Instructor I aspire to be, passionate about Safety, knowledgeable and approachable. I would like to consider him as a Safety resource moving forward." Hugh R. Caines III

Chesapeake Region Safety Council, Baltimore, MD

The Chesapeake Region Safety Council (CRSC) is a private, non-profit, non-governmental public service organization whose mission is to provide the safety training and education that will reduce disabling injuries and save lives. With over 800 members, CRSC serves businesses and citizens in Maryland, Delaware, and the Greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan region, and is a chapter of the National Safety Council. The Chesapeake Region Safety Council (CRSC) trains more than 15,000 adults annually, offering a full spectrum of compliance courses in both OSHA’s general industry and construction standards. Their programs are designed to meet the needs of human resources personnel, safety managers, loss control managers, safety coordinators, safety team members, and entry-level or part-time safety practitioners. Each program is structured and presented to ensure that relevant OSHA standards are amply covered.  Basic safety terms and concepts are presented to ensure that the principles of the respective standard are understood. The materials are developed to improve hazard assessment and mitigation, as well as foster discussions and interaction, which further reinforces the training experience, improves understanding, and enables attendees to assess their current level of compliance, identify gaps, and create and implement an action plan to fill them.

Additional information on CRSC is available at http://www.chesapeakesc.org/

Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Council (MACSC), Philadelphia, PA

The Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Council (MACSC), is a group of like-minded construction safety professionals representing construction managers, general contractors, subcontractors, insurance companies, insurance brokers, health care, union representatives, consultants, construction association representatives in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey.  MACSC is dedicated to the protection of life and property in the construction industry. MACSC’s efforts are directed towards, but not limited to, sharing safety information for mutual benefit; fostering safety awareness; standardizing safety practices; encouraging cooperation and open communications; providing a resource of knowledge, experience, and information; and assisting contractors with implementing and maintaining safe work practices.  MACSC’s strength as an organization rests on the commitment of its members who attend meetings regularly and participate in the life of the council by serving on committees and attending events. Members discuss worksite safety issues and safety events, with the primary goal to further construction safety in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Additional information on MACSC is available at http://www.macsc.org/.