OSHA Training In Maryland

Maryland has its own State Plan, which directs all the Occupational Health and Safety requirements. Maryland’s State Plan is commonly known as The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH), which is part of the regulatory body which governs the State Plan, known as the Maryland Division of Labor and Industry. 

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OSHA Training Obligations You Need To Know For Maryland

OSHA Training Obligations You Need To Know For Maryland

Maryland State Plan covers all the public sector employees while covering most of the private sector along but with few exceptions, which are: 

  • All working conditions of aircraft cabin members onboard 
  • Maritime employment
  • Employment for all military bases 
  • Contract workers and contractor-operated facilities working with the United States Postal Service
  • Any industry, operation, employee, employer, contractor, etc, which is not covered by the Maryland's State Plan

Though Federal OSHA Jurisdiction covers all the areas which are not covered by the State Plan, Federal OSHA has to hold on to some Standards to themselves for the private sector, such as the Anti-retaliation provision of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, Section 11(c), 29 USC 660(c). MOSH is allowed to run investigations on workplace retaliation cases when needed. 

Despite the fact that most of the State Plan adopt Federal OSHA Standards and Regulations but they also have some unique standards listed down below: 

MOSH Construction Standards 

  • Fall Protection in Steel Erection
  • Lead in Construction
  • Crane Safety
  • Excavations, Requirement for Protective Systems

MOSH General Industry Standards 

  • Prohibition on Smoking in an Indoor Place of Employment
  • Standards for Confined Spaces
  • Standard for Personnel Platforms Suspended from Cranes, Derricks, and Hoists
  • Tree Care and Removal
  • Occupational Exposure to Formaldehyde

MOSH Agriculture Standards

  • Standard for Field Sanitation

MOSH caters inspections, penalties, report keeping, worker complaints, or referrals as it is the regulatory body that enforces and administers the training requirements implementation at any workplace, be it the public sector or some of the private sector. 

Advantages Of Taking OSHA Safety Training For Workers In Maryland

One can never go wrong by enrolling in OSHA Outreach training since, after passing the required exams and receiving your OSHA certificate, you will enjoy the following benefits:

  • There will be a decrease in fatal accidents and workplace injuries.
  • Workers' protection from OSHA inspections and heavy fines at their workplaces
  • Reduced medical compensation costs and missed days of work
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