Safety Training, Stay OSHA Compliant

Along with all levels of CPR/AED and First Aid training for the workplace or the professional, we provide programs that support the most requested safety training programs required to keep your company OSHA compliant. This includes the hard to find Bloodborne Pathogens and infectious disease program.

Quality Instructional Programs for Business & Industry

We provide Quality Instructional programs for Business and Industry that are easy-to-understand and implement in your workplace. Our Health & Safety programs help to ensure your workplace meets OSHA compliance requirements. Our step-by-step training programs take the guesswork out of workplace safety. They explain exactly what OSHA requires for compliance and how to meet those requirements, featuring best safety practices. Each safety program is customized to fit your company’s specific needs. With over 20 Health & Safety programs to choose from, you’ll easily find a comprehensive program to maximize your investment in your employees’ safety and health.

We have the Step-by-Step System for Safety and Compliance programs for your safety compliance officer.

  • Instructions explain the materials and how to use the system.
  • Introduction outlines the topic and what it means to your workplace.
  • How to Comply with OSHA requirements includes steps to establish best safety practices and a complete copy of applicable OSHA standards.
  • Written Programs fulfill OSHA requirements and include customizable samples, learning exercises, and record keeping forms.

We provide Safety training for the following programs

Back Injury Prevention:

Back-related injuries result in missed workdays. With basic facts about the back, including home and work back maintenance tips, this program will help you foster a company-wide culture that embraces healthy and strong backs.

Confined Space Entry:

Open up your employees’ understanding of the hazards of confined spaces. Using a realistic depiction of a negligent entry into a confined space, this program will allow you to teach employees how to identify and assess hazards associated with confined spaces, as well as protection measures and effective and safe rescue techniques.

Construction Fall Protection:

Fall-protection awareness is critical for employees in the construction industry, where falls result in more fatalities than any other workplace accident. Most falls could be prevented with education on fall-prevention techniques and rescue and retrieval procedures.

Elements of Back Care – General Industry:

Proper back care and injury prevention can prevent lost workdays. This program provides specific back care information and teaches employees healthy body mechanics and movement.

Emergency Preparedness:

Emergencies give no advance warning. Are your employees ready to respond to a workplace emergency? This program will help your employees gain a clear understanding of their roles in a job-related emergency.

Eye Protection:

On-the-job eye injuries cost industries over $300 million each year. This training program will teach your employees how to protect their eyes from debilitating injury. They will learn what types of situations present danger to their eyes and the proper eye protection to use in response.

Fire Extinguisher:

Fire is a common workplace hazard and a leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Fire prevention is always the best safety policy to follow, but it’s not always possible. This program teaches your employees how to calmly and effectively deal with fires and correctly use a fire extinguisher.

Hazard Communication:

Hazard Communication is the leading OSHA citation. This program conveys practical information that every employee should know before working with chemicals, including chemical identification and how to read a Material Safety Data Sheet.

Hearing Conservation:

You must take specific hearing conservation steps if your employees are exposed to noise levels at or above 85 decibels averaged over an 8-hour period. This program is an important step in educating your employees about safeguards against high-volume noise. Instructions in the proper use of hearing protection equipment complement tips on noise exposure factors and warning signs of hearing loss.


Often overlooked, housekeeping is an easy-to-implement measure of accident prevention. Learn simple tips for keeping your workplace clean and tidy and the multiple benefits of doing so—from increasing safety, to image improvement and better utilization of space.


Failure to implement the proper lockout/tagout procedure in situations such as contact with live electrical circuits, the unexpected startup of machinery, or a sudden release of stored energy can result in a life-threatening accident. This easy-to-follow program includes a clear outline of each step in the lockout/tagout procedure.

Powered Industrial Truck Safety Series – Order Picker Safety:

Designed to provide your employees with the equipment-specific training needed to comply with OSHA’s powered industrial truck standard, this four-part series will educate your employees on the most common types of powered industrial trucks: Fork Lifts, Order Pickers, Powered Pallet Jacks, and Reach Trucks.

Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls:

Each year, over one million people end up in emergency rooms because of slips, trips, and falls on surface levels. This program provides detailed information to help you create a safe environment in a general industry work setting.

Respiratory Protection:

Equip your employees with the basics of respiratory protection. Alert them to the importance of protecting their respiratory systems and provide them with helpful tips for maintaining and properly using respirators. A clear explanation of the OSHA standard is included.

Life Saver Training, can provide programs to meet almost all your workplace safety training requirements and help your company stay OSHA compliant. Our programs are proven to lessen workplace accidents through training and awareness. By implementing our programs you are investing in employee safety for your business and you are taking the proper steps to reduce on-the-job injuries thus reducing your companies’ workers comp insurance cost.