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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


Struck By, Caught-In or Between, Electrical Hazards

This will be a discussion of the remaining 3 of the focus four hazards that OSHA focuses on as its biggest hazards. This training is required for OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certification.

Foundations for Safety Leadership

The Foundations for Safety Leadership training is designed to introduce construction workers with supervisory responsibilities, to safety leadership principles and give them the skills to be a safety leader who can help create and sustain safe and productive job sites. This training is an elective for OSHA 30 certification.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hand and Power Tools

Personal Protective Equipment is an essential preventative tool to avoid injuries. We will review different kinds of PPE and the importance of its use while potential hazards are present. Hand and power tools have many hazards that we will discuss as well as OSHA standards and prevention. This training is required for OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certification.

Nov 15
Health Hazards, Material Handling
Nov 22
Silica Awareness, Concrete & Masonry, Scaffolding
Nov 27
Safety Programs

Simplified

Buying insurance can be frustrating and time consuming. Our process provides a better experience with proven results.

SPECIALIZED

Our focus is on delivering custom solutions to reduce insurance costs and improve loss prevention. Our team will help ease the stress and worry that comes with choosing the right insurance.

INVESTED

Every decision in our organization is driven by what makes our clients successful. Acting as an advisor, our priority is staying on the forefront of our client's needs to eliminate their risk.