Safety Education Programs (On-site / On-Line Training)
USAEBN personnel will provide formal training to the client's employees either on-site or on-line, as required by OSHA standards. USAEBN SafetyNet will evaluate the clients current training program and prepare a written report outlining training requirements and a mitigation plan on the clients training program. Coordinates all phases of the safety training program for various organizational units.
Safety education prevents accidents. Well-trained employees and supervisors understand workplace hazards and the precautions that must be taken to prevent accidents. They know the proper procedures for every job. They know how to use hazardous equipment safely. They know how to prevent back injuries and harmful exposures to dangerous chemicals. They know what PPE is required for each job and how to use it safely. They know what to do in an emergency. They are aware, alert, and proactive.
Safety education helps maintain productivity. When employees have work-related injuries and illnesses, they miss workdays. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that over 1 million of the more than 4 million nonfatal work-related injuries and illness that occur annually involve days away from work. When workers are off the job, productivity suffers. Sometimes badly hurt workers are disabled for weeks or months. You may have to hire temps or full-time replacements. Either way, you have to find and train the right people, and that takes time. In the meantime, down goes your production--or you have to spend a lot of money on expensive overtime.
Safety education improves regulatory compliance. Employees and supervisors who are trained to understand the requirements of OSHA and state safety regulations help ensure that your company is always in compliance. You're ready for them should inspectors show up unannounced. You avoid costly fines and bad publicity.
Safety education reduces costs and increases profits. Employee injuries and illness not only cost employees in pain and suffering, they also cost the company in dollars and cents. It's been estimated that workplace injuries cost U.S. employers as much $150 billion a year. Workers' compensation costs have risen an average of 50 percent nationwide in recent years. In one recent year, combined OSHA and state fines for violations of safety regulations totaled over $150 million. No doubt your boss can get the cost figures for your company. They won't be in the billions or even millions. But they're likely to get his or her attention because they'll certainly be in the tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars every year.
Why It Matters...
On average there are more than 11,000 nonfatal workplace injuries every day in the United States, with more than 3,000 of them resulting in lost workdays.
According to the National Council on Workers' Compensation Insurance, the cost of a typical accident with a physical injury is in the vicinity of $10,000, whereas safety training costs, are extremely less.
Well-educated employees know how to avoid workplace accidents and injuries--and comply with OSHA regulations.
Training is conducted through our Prep Academy.
Price $49 per seat (Unlimited seats included in Risk Management plan)