What does it mean to be OSHA-certified, and who does the certification?
As a general rule, OSHA does not certify employees, trainers, or training programs.
OSHA sets the rules and it is up to each employer to “certify” that their staff is in compliance with applicable OSHA regulations. A certificate is issued by an employer or by a training firm, such as SCM Safety, to verify that the correct standards have been met.
An important reason to choose SCM: we have a letter from OSHA stating that our training programs meet their standards. In fact, Cal-OSHA sends companies to us for online training, including DHL, UPS and FEDEX.