Continued safety training for less than $4 a week
You know success isn't captured by doing something once and hoping for the best. It is obtained through dedication, continued effort and focus. Safety is no different. Here at Safety Services Company we developed our tailgate safety meeting series with that goal in mind. Through the series you select 52 industry specific safety topics a year. We mail you these topics as brief one page training sessions that you either read aloud to your employees or include with pay checks.
OSHA requires all companies to maintain a written safety program, but that doesn't mean every manual is the same. Each company has its own particular set of potential safety nightmares. Here at Safety Services we put your worries to rest with a custom Safety Manual. To get started on this OSHA required handbook we ask you a brief survey. Our team of researchers and writers then writes a company specific book meeting your OSHA requirements.
We have all been there, tasked with having to shuffle our schedules to send employees to raining courses. The task, while a necessity is time consuming and expensive. It doesn't have to be. Safety Services Company has developed a series of "Do-It -Yourself" training materials replacing expensive trainers, time consuming independent training classes and impractical safety consultants. These materials offer certified training in areas such as forklifts, aerial lifts, scaffolds and more
Since its creation in 1970 the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) has reduced the amount of workplace fatalities by more than 60 percent and occupational injury and illness rates by 40 percent.
More impressive is during this time frame the U.S. workforce more than doubled in size.
The main force behind these drastic reductions is a series of rules and regulations, called OSHA's Code of Federal Regulations, (CFR's), which require you to maintain conditions or adopt practices to protect workers on the job.
These regulations are enforced by inspections and fines. The average fine is $2,300.
Despite the risk of fines and promises of a decrease in workplace injuries, many employers fail to achieve safety compliance. Often these failings are because of the difficulty in understanding OSHA regulations.
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“ In an industry that lags response to both activity and urgency, Safety Services is the exception. Their timely distribution of training materials were initially tracked with scrutiny for several months, before realizing that the team there had me well taken care of from the very beginning.”
Our 140,000+ Other Loyal Clients!
“We received our safety manual today. I am so very impressed with you and your company. This was the easiest transaction for a manual that I have ever been involved with. We had our safety inspection this a.m. and we passed with flying colors - thanks to you!”