Business and Training Resources
Here you will find available training resources for your business needs.
On Thursday, July 9 at 10 a.m., the Ohio Manufacturing Association will offer aone-hour webinar: NFPA 70E Requirements and Other Means to Reduce Electrical Hazards.
Electrical safety violations continue to be among the top 10 standards cited by OSHA for manufacturers.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E requirements provide guidance to protect workers from major electrical hazards, including shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast.
Join this one-hour webinar to increase your awareness of how to avoid the most common electrical citations (1910.303 and .305), including those involving clearance, electrical cords, access, and insufficient guarding.
Registration Fees: (for an unlimited number of participants at one phone/computer location)
— OMA Workers’ Compensation Services Members: No charge
— All other OMA Members: $29
— Non-OMA Members: $39
Starting or growing a business? These resources can help you!
In almost all cases, the state of Ohio requires businesses to register with the Ohio Secretary of State’s office. Other types of licenses and registration are based on the business’ legal organization, the types of goods or services offered or business activities.
Check out the Ohio Business Road Map, here you will find step-by-step instructions on the legal steps to take to start your business.
Businesses seeking information and financial assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic can take advantage of the following resources:
- Responsible RestartOhio: Sector Specific Operating Requirements — Mfg, Consumer: Retail & Services, General Office Environments
- CDC FAQ page for businesses (as of May 3, 2020)
- U.S. Small Business Administration — Disaster Assistance
- U.S. Chamber of Commerce — Small Business Guide
- Small Business Administration Local Office — Rhodes State College
- The Main Street Lending Program Press Release — April 9, 2020
- JOBSOHIO offers Business Relief Program to Ohio small businesses — April 20, 2020
This resource page is updated regularly. Please be sure to check back often as this situation develops.