Workplace Safety

It takes more than a lunchroom poster and steel-toed boots to establish a safety culture.

It’s imperative businesses implement safety-based courses ranging from personal safety to hazardous waste to:

  • PREVENT WORKPLACE RISKS
  • TRACK INJURIES AND ILLNESSES AS THEY OCCUR TO MAINTAIN REPORTING COMPLIANCE
  • PREPARE FOR POTENTIAL CHANGES ON THE HORIZON WITH THE HELP OF LAW AND RISK ALERTS

Osha Penalties range from

$13,260 (other-than-serious & serious) to $132,589 (repeat & willful).

Safety Courses

Over 125 safety courses ranging from OSHA 10 to Laboratory Safety to educate diverse workforces and industries and interactive quizzes offer an additional layer of prevention.

Live Support

Access to Live Advisors provides clarity and action items to help prepare, respond, and reduce risks associated with workplace safety.

Future Proof

Course library expands as new state legislation is passed, enabling employers to scale their corporate-wide training efforts.

OSHA

OSHA training courses strictly adhere to the requirements imposed by the governing entity so there is no misunderstanding regarding safety protocols.

Incident Logs

Record workplace injuries and illnesses using OSHA Logs and export onto Form 300 or 300A for easy submissions.

Certificates & Reporting

Certificates of completion and employee tracking provide the legal documentation employers need in the event an issue should arise.

Top 2 OSHA Citations

Lack of fall protection systems AND insufficient information transmitted to employers and employees regarding toxic and hazardous substances.