The most effective way to prevent accidents is with safety training that employees understand and remember. With the right combination of skills and behaviors, workers can reduce the risk of injuries, litigation, violations and higher workers’ comp costs.
Our safety consultants not only understand regulations and best practices, they understand how to incorporate the latest adult learning methods to improve learning retention across all types of employees. They’ll train your staff using a customized curriculum developed specifically for your company.
Safety Training Topics Include:
- Active Shooter
- Forklift Training the Trainer
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Electrical Safety
- Emergency Action
- Emergency Planning
- Eye Safety
- Fire Prevention & Safety
- Hazard Communication
- Hearing Protection
- Hearing Safety
- ISO 45001 General Requirements
- Machine Guarding
- Material Handling
- OSHA 10- or 30-Hour General Industry Training
- OSHA 10- or 30-Hour Construction Training
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Respiratory Protection
- Slips, Trips, Falls
- Confined Space
- Right to Know - Prop 65
- 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER
Our most popular safety training programs include:
OSHA Construction Training
One of our regulatory experts will work with you to tailor and facilitate a training program specific to the needs of your construction workers and in compliance with Part 1926. Trainees will gain a better understanding of the requirements and responsibilities of working around construction equipment and jobsites.
OSHA 10- or 30-Hour General Industry & Construction Training
Help your employees reduce the risk of workplace or jobsite injuries while providing them with their OSHA 10 and/or 30 cards. This authorized training delivers instruction on a myriad of key general industry or construction topics in an instructor-led setting that encourages interaction to improve employee engagement and a clear understanding of the material.
Walking-Working Surfaces Training
As an employer, you’re required to provide training that enables employees to recognize the hazards of falling and the procedures to be followed to minimize these hazards. Training must be developed or prepared and delivered by a qualified person as defined in new Subpart D. Our qualified consultants will develop a custom training curriculum specific to the slip, trip and fall hazards at your operation, identify who needs to be trained on the topic, and then deliver the required general awareness and function-specific training to those employees.
- Personal Fall Protection
- Safety Nets
- Ladder Safety Systems
- Rope Descent Systems
- Designated Areas
- Ladders (Fixed, Portable, Mobile)
Electrical Safety Training
This training is based on the NFPA 70E Standard and will help your company meet OSHA’s Part 1910 Electrical Standard. It’s delivered by one of the industry’s few NFPA-Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professionals who will provide company-specific onsite training for both your qualified and unqualified employees. Learn more.
Training & Curriculum Development
We’ll conduct a thorough review of your day-to-day operations to identify OSHA regulations that impact your training requirements and required policies and procedures. Next, we’ll develop content outlines, curriculum, presentations, training exercises, tests and more. With consultants located around the country, we can deliver this training onsite or through an online webcast.
Improve Environmental Compliance with Engaging Employee Training
Our consultant-led training covers all of the key topics! Learn more.
The best way to prevent violations and injuries is by knowing the compliance requirements. Download your complimentary copy of our 6-page EH&S OSHA Compliance Requirements.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We’ll schedule the onsite training on the dates and times that work for you at the location of your choice, coordinate the training materials and send them to your locations in advance of the sessions, and then conduct the training using the latest adult learning methods. Following the training, you’ll receive a letter confirming the training was completed, and trainees will receive certificates of completion. Some topics can be covered using online training.
The session length varies depending on the topic, but most training sessions can be completed in one day.