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  • Training workplace safety reduces frequency of injuries
  • Reducing safety risk reduces cost of insurance
  • Workplace safety preserves the health of your workforce
  • Meets requirements for safety meetings

Behavior Based Safety Training:  This class helps teach employees that they control accident prevention, and they are the beneficiaries of a great program or the victims of a poor program. This is a great new employee training as well as annual or refresher training to help people focus on safety.

Hazard Control Training: This is a manager, supervisor, lead oriented  training designed to train your staff to identify and mitigate hazards in your company.

Accident and Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis Training: Thorough investigation resulting in the identification of the root cause of your company’s accidents helps you to avoid and reduce future accidents. This should be required for any supervisors and leads as well as your safety committee members.

Annual Employee Safety Training Workshop:  This recaps your company’s focus on safety, and reviews your incident record for the last two years. It is designed to help you demonstrate to your employees a commitment to their safety and well-being.

Fall Protection Training:  This covers the basics for fall protection and should be used for a re familiarization or basic concepts class.

Powered Industrial Truck Safety and Evaluation Training: This training covers forklifts, powered pallet jacks, and man lifts, it is designed to provide safe rules of the road, and provides a road test for all attendees. The classroom portion takes approximately 1.5 hours and includes a test. Road testing depends upon the number of trainees and the layout of your facility.

Driver Training / Winter Driver Training:

Motor vehicle-related incidents are consistently the leading cause of work-related fatalities in the United States. Thirty-five percent of occupational fatalities reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics are associated with motor vehicles. Between 2003-2009, on average:

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Company Specific:  This list is not exhaustive.  If you need something you don’t see please ask and we can discuss how to provide the class.

Cost:  Cost is variable depending upon the service package you choose.

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