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OSHA Training in Maryland

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Maryland's State Plan sets all Occupational Health and Safety rules for the state. The Maryland Division of Labor and Industry (MD LI), the regulatory agency that oversees the State Plan, is responsible for Maryland's State Plan, also known as The Maryland Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH).

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OSHA Training Regulations You Need To Know For Maryland

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All employees in the public sector are covered by the Maryland State Plan, and most employees in the private sector are also covered, with the following minor exceptions:

 

  • 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

 

Federal OSHA must maintain specific standards 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, even if its jurisdiction extends to all areas not covered by the State Plan (c). Where necessary, MOSH is allowed to conduct investigations into allegations of workplace retribution.

 

Even though the majority of State Plans adopt Federal OSHA Rules and Regulations, some of them have their special requirements, which are stated 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


 

Being the regulatory agency that enforces and manages the training requirements implementation at any workplace, be it the public sector or some of the private sector, MOSH caters to inspections, penalties, report keeping, worker complaints, or referrals.

How Can OSHA Safety Training Benefit You?

Enrolling in OSHA Outreach training is always a good idea because, after passing the necessary tests and earning your OSHA certificate, you will profit from the following advantages:

 

  • Equipment damage and product loss lessen.
  • Employees are protected from heavy fines and penalties.
  • Fewer medical compensation expenses and days off from work
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