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Safety Compliance and Training

Safety is not a question; it is a responsibility.  A complete Safety Program, properly trained employees, and a company culture of safety can prevent unnecessary accidents or incidents.

OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, was created in 1970 to prevent dangerous working conditions. They require workers to complete safety compliance training courses covering lessons on eliminating or diminishing occupational injury, illness, and death to achieve this goal. 

Workers with Safety Vests

If your organization can check any of these boxes, contact us so we can help!

Safety Program has not been reviewed or updated in years.
OSHA has never been here, maybe we are off the radar.
Is there a difference between General Requirements & Construction Requirements?
An accident or incident happened, but not sure of what compliance is needed.

Training Available

Forklift Training
4 Course Program satisfies operator requirements under OSHA Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178(l).

Certificate of Completion and Certified Operator Card offered


Workplace Safety Basics
4 Course Program designed for introductory-level employees covering basic safety knowledge. 
Certificate of Completion offered


Emergency Preparedness & Response
1 Course Program covering basics of workplace emergencies
Certificate of Completion offered


OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
Meets OSHA requirements
Receive DOL/OSHA course completion card


OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry
Meets OSHA requirements
Receive DOL/OSHA course completion card


Other types of training are available upon request.  Contact us to explore a custom training program.

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