The Great Lakes OSHA Education Center is a consortium comprised of three organizations; the University of Cincinnati, Eastern Michigan University, and the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America. In 1995 the University of Cincinnati joined with the University of Minnesota to form the Great Lakes OSHA Training Consortium; and Eastern Michigan University, in association with the UAW Health and Safety Department created the Motor City Education Center. In 2002, the Great Lakes and Motor City Education Centers joined to be one Regional Education Center. This consolidation into one comprehensive program has increased the overall efficiency of the operation of the program and allowed for complementary expertise in program management and course content, resulting in exceptional training programs throughout OSHA Region V. Glenn Talaska is the Director of the Great Lakes OSHA Education Center.
We are now accepting trainer report submissions electronically as a "one-stop shop" for report submission and payment. Trainee cards can now be requested in a single step alongside your payment authorization.
See below for our training partner course lists.