Attend this conference held every fall and learn about the latest tools, technologies and strategies for creating safer workplaces.
Find out about how to become an apprentice, and learn about the benefits and the history of apprenticeship and many other helpful links.
Electrical trainees must take certain classes for their initial certification. Electrical administrators, electricians and master electricians must take continuing education courses for renewing their certificates.
An elevator mechanic licensed in Categories 1-8 must have attended an approved continuing education course and submitted a certificate of completion for the course by the time they submit their application for renewing their license.
Plumbers in Washington must be certified by Labor & Industries. View test dates and locations and find out about continuing education requirements.
Links to web sites of organizations that offer courses and seminars on occupational medicine, evaluation of disability and other issues relevant to the care of injured workers.
Reinforce important safety concepts by using these courses, videos, and workshops. Meet DOSH safety and health training requirements with training kits and presentation materials.
L&I offers free online safety and health training for employers and employees on a wide variety of topics:
Online video: Plan for and Pay Your Taxes (disponible en español)
This online guide walks you through all Washington state business taxes, including the business and occupation tax (B&O), sales tax, unemployment insurance tax, and workers' compensation insurance premiums.
This step-by-step video tells you how to:
The video ends with links to where you can find help with the details.
Plumbers in Washington must be certified by Labor & Industries. Get an overview of the requirements and process, and view frequently asked questions.
The Department of Labor & Industries Workplace Safety and Health division offers certification in the following areas:
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