MSA Training Programs
MSA has helped protect our customers for over 100 years in all facets of personal protective equipment and services. With this in mind, we recognize that education and training play an integral part as well. Without proper training an employee may not use or inspect the equipment properly resulting in an accident or possible fatality.
Our state of the art training center will allow us to teach students how to safely select, inspect and use PPE in true-to-life simulations. Our center features a confined space simulator including entanglement area, multiple levels, emergency escape window, telecommunication tower, confined space tank, and multiple working at height areas. We will also have the capability to do live streaming product demonstrations to help our customers reduce costs but keep current on new products and applications.
User Training Programs
Competent User Training
Building your team’s confidence.
Our competent user program helps end users of our products to have a clear understanding of how to use and maintain the equipment, including technical and functional features.
Safety at Heights Training
Taking safety to new heights.Our safety at heights/fall protection program is designed so both MSA distributors and end users can participate in the most active, hands-on, solutions-based training available.
The MSA Training Difference
Our training team has deep MSA product and industry expertise. They’ve been in the field, just like you, and know what it takes to keep your team safe. Learn more about our training experts.
Continuing Education Credits
Certified Safety Professionals can earn Continuing Education Credits/Unit points by attending MSA safety-related training courses. The participant will earn 1/4 CEC/CEU point per three (3) hours of instruction.
Attendees must document the following to qualify for credits:
- A copy of the certificate of completion indicating the course title and dates of attendance
- A copy of the course brochure or website description indicating topics covered and length of the course in hours.