The Idaho Occupational Safety & Health Consultation Program does not offer training classes. There are, however, organizations throughout the state and region that offer a variety of classes that may suit your needs.
While we cannot endorse any particular class, we are happy to offer these contacts for your consideration. If you have a resource you would like included on the list, please contact us at email@example.com.
Safety Fest of the Great Northwest
Safety Fests are held throughout the state. They have the common goal of providing free occupational safety and health training for workers in the state. Check individual websites for more information.
Housed within the University of Washington, the Region X Education Center offers both classroom and online training covering topics as diverse as confined spaces, recordkeeping, and hazardous materials. It is the only OSHA training facility in the Pacific Northwest.
Located at Boise State University, the CEEHS offers occupational safety and health training on a contract basis.
Offerings include HAZWOPER, EMT, and professional truck driver training. The center also offers customized training.
NIC offers a variety of trainings, including MSHA topics. Trainings are conducted in Coeur D’Alene, Post Falls, and Kellogg. Some classes are also available online.
ISU covers a variety of occupational safety and health topics through its online training center; you don’t have to be in Pocatello to take advantage of their offerings.
This organization offers a variety of online, in person, and customized trainings for the timber industry, including combustible wood dust training.