Center for Young Worker Safety and Health

Center for Young Worker Safety and Health

The Southeast Center for Young Worker Safety and Health will provide training, educational resources, technical expertise, and an online resource center for young workers, parents, career and technical teachers and employers of young workers. The Center will coordinate and promote the efforts of health and safety training programs throughout the Southeast to develop a culture of workplace safety among young workers, as well as build a distinct young worker safety certificate program.

OSHA Training Instutite Education Center

OSHA Training Instutite Education Center

In 1992 the Georgia Tech Research Institute was among the first educational institutions approved to offer courses designed and developed by the Department of Labor OSHA. Today the OTI Education Center offers more than thirty (30) safety and health courses throughout the southeast region on topics ranging from hazardous materials and emergency response to occupational ergonomics, industrial hygiene and machine safeguarding. More than two thousand (2000) students take GTRI OSHA courses each year.

Environmental Safety and Occupational Health Center (ESOH)

Environmental Safety and Occupational Health Center (ESOH)

ESOH oversees programs in compliance, sustainability, environmental emergency response and occupational safety and health issues and conducts research related to the environmental concerns in the State of Georgia. It bridges the communications gap between constantly-updated government regulations and Georgia business, industry, community organizations and individuals. It's also linked to GTRI's Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) consultation and education program.