How to Keep Your Most Valuable Asset - Your People - Safe
Minimize the threat to your employees and your bottom-line by learning and implementing the fundamentals of OSHA safety regulations. You can be held liable for so many safety work issues, from noise and possible hearing damage to injuries and in some extreme cases death. Take action, and protect yourself and your workers with our information-rich four-day seminar - your key to a complete OSHA training experience.
If you find OSHA regulations at all confusing - even the most basic ones -you’re not alone. But that doesn’t make you any less responsible for them in your workplace. Get answers that make sense! Many other business owners and managers just like you have gotten practical, actionable help by attending this informative seminar on putting the basics of OSHA safety regulations in place.
Unlike other OSHA-30 classes, we go beyond the regulations. We go over how to avoid fines and audits -and how to fight fines or get through an audit with no or minimal damage, should you find yourself in that situation. You will get priceless insider information that can save you time, money, and make your workplace a safer place to work.
You can’t afford to miss this information. Whether you’re just getting started and hearing the information for the first time or you simply want to brush up on the basics of compliance, this OSHA-30 General Safety Outreach Training is the most comprehensive class you can get -without hiring an OSHA consultant at your location. Earn continuing education credits while getting answers you need:
OSHA Training Camp program will cover:
Our BONUS GIFT for you!
Just being able to protect your employees from hazards and your company from liability is an amazing and priceless value. However, when you attend our OSHA-30 General Training, you will also receive an additional bonus gift to round out and compliment your training to ensure you have the most complete experience possible!
"[The speaker] was extremely knowledgeable and up to date with OSHA regulations and changes coming down, potentially soon. We can now prepare ourselves for the probable changes that may have a huge impact on our organization."
N/A, Director of Safety & Loss Control