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it's more than just documents & safety classes

We understand that developing a Sustainable Safety Culture TM is more than just safety classes and documents. When a Sustainable Safety Culture TM is achieved, businesses run more efficiently, employees have greater morale and everyone is more profitable.
  • Safety & Risk
  • Training
  • OSHA Authorized Training
  • On-Site Training
  • On-Line Training
  • Interactive Training
  • Insurance
  • Consulting
  • Site/Facility Visits
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Safety Prof. Staffing
  • Advocacy
  • Advocacy
  • Training
  • Compliance
  • Consulting
  • Safety Prof. Staffing

A core element in developing a Sustainable Safety Culture TM is weekly training and communication with your team. Safety Elements cover current industry specific hazard awareness trainings that can be provided to your employees and easily documented.

OSHA Training

OSHA 10 Hour Cert.
OSHA 30 Hour Cert.
Fall Protection Training
Fork Lift Training
First Aid / CPR / AED
Ladder Training
Basic Rigging / Signal
Scaffold Training
GHS / Hazard Communication
Electrical Safety
Lock/Tag Out Training
Respiratory Protection
Fire Prevention/ Fire Ext.
Scissor Lift Operator
Boom Lift Operator
Blood Borne Pathogens
Confined Space Training
Hand and Power Tools
Trenching / Excavation
Personal/Protective Equipment

Training Calendar

OSHA Recordkeeping

OSHA Recordkeeping includes the use and maintenance of OSHA 300, 300a, and 301 forms. We will also review other recordkeeping practices and documentation requirements that contribute to OSHA reporting. This training is an elective for the OSHA 30 certification.

Introduction to OSHA

This class will cover the origin and purpose of OSHA and how they work to protect the safety and health of employees. This training is required for OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certification.

Managing Safety & Health, Introduction to the Focus Four

This training will cover the importance of applying Hazard recognition and correction. It will also introduce OSHA's top 4 most dangerous hazards across all industries. This training is required for OSHA 30 certification.

Oct 18
Fall Protection, Stairways & Ladders
Oct 25
Struck By, Caught-In or Between, Electrical Hazards
Oct 30
Foundations for Safety Leadership


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