Welcome to the Southeastern OSHA Training Institute Education Center

NC State Industry Expansion Solutions and The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services have partnered to offer OSHA training throughout the states in Region IV since 2008. We are an OSHA-authorized provider of trainer courses, standards and technical courses, as well as two safety certificate programs. We provide the US Department of Labor OSHA Outreach Training Train-the-Trainer Program, OSHA’s primary means of training employees in the basics of occupational safety and health. Courses are available for construction, general industry, food and beverage manufacturing and disaster site safety. We look forward to working with you.

Download the 2018 Course calendar.

Download the full 2018 Course Catalog.

 

Need to bring training on-site?

Many course offerings can be customized and brought to the work site or factory floor. To learn more about On-Site solutions, you can visit the Health and Safety solution page to contact a Regional Manager in your area.

General Industry Courses

All courses below are eligible for MESH credit. Courses marked with * are eligible for credit towards OSHA’s Safety & Health Fundamentals Certificate for General Industry.

Natural Disasters and the Recovery Process

Natural disasters are a common occurrence across North and South Carolina with hurricanes, tornadoes and flooding posing a serious risk to much of the region.

Recovery Resources

IES provides hazard training in the following areas, depending on the training audience. Other topics may be added as identified.  IES is also partnering with the NC Department of Labor to distribute personal protective equipment (PPE) at these sessions while instructing participants on safe use.

 

Contact us or our partners  to schedule a training event

NC State Industry Expansion Solutions
Email southeasternoti@ncsu.edu or wendy_laing@ncsu.edu
(919) 515-9430

The University of Tennessee Institute for Public Service/Center for Industrial Services
1610 University Ave
Knoxville, TN 37921
Email Walter Idol (walter.idol@tennessee.edu)
(865)974-2009
http://www.cis.tennessee.edu

NC Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Division
Education, Training and Technical Assistance
1-800-NC-LABOR
(1-800-625-2267)
NC DOL Website (H/L here) https://www.labor.nc.gov/safety-and-health/training/request-osh-outreach-services

HAZMAT & EHS Courses

IES Professional Development

IES Professional Development and learning services help you and your employees gain and maintain competencies that improve business performance and accelerate career growth. Our training is offered online, onsite, and in the classroom, and spans subject matter including project management, disaster preparedness, health and safety, environmental and quality auditing, process improvement, and more.

We have three professional learning components dedicated to delivering high-quality, flexible instruction to meet your needs:

Please click here to download our 2018 OSHA Course Catalog and Calendar.

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Free Offerings

go.ncsu.edu/tractortalkTractor Talks

With support from OSHA’s Susan Harwood Grant Program, training materials have been developed for farm and agricultural worker safety. The Tractor Talks materials include handouts, pocket cards, and PowerPoint slides for each of 12 topics. The goal of these Tractor Talks is to provide an opportunity for farm owners and operators to connect with their workers and share important information related to farm safety.

Visit the Tractor Talks Website for free downloadable safety materials.

Safety Isn’t Temporary!

FREE Workplace Safety Training for Temporary Workers. Thanks to support from the Susan Harwood Training Grant Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Labor, Industry Expansion Solutions and the Southeastern OTIEC Training Center are now able to offer you a free training guide to help protect the health and safety of your temporary workers. These materials are made available in both English and Spanish.

Need an authorized OSHA Trainer?

Be sure to check out our resource page for locating authorized OSHA Outreach trainers through the Southeastern OSHA Training Institute Education Center at NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions.  These trainers are authorized to train the OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 Hour outreach courses and have agreed to post their contact information on this page.

 

Contact Southeastern OTI Education Center

General inquiries:

SoutheasternOTI@ncsu.edu or 919-515-5358

Registration-related questions:

IESregistration@ncsu.edu or 919-515-8584

For Courses at The University of Tennessee:

Email Bryan Lane
193 Polk Avenue, Suite C
Nashville, TN 37210
(888) 763-7439
(615) 532-4924
http://www.cis.tennessee.edu

Onsite Training:

Visit our Regional Map to get a quote from a representative in your area.