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CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO BE SAFE?
IS YOUR SAFETY CULTURE AS GOOD AS YOUR WRITTEN SAFETY PROGRAM?
DO YOUR EMPLOYEES SHARE SAFETY DATA WITH EACH OTHER?
ARE YOUR EMPLOYEES ENCOURAGED TO STOP WORKING WHEN THEY NOTICE A HAZARDOUS SITUATION?
DO YOU HAVE AN ACTIVE AND ENGAGED SAFETY COMMITTEE?
DO YOUR DESIGNATED SAFETY REPRESENTATIVES ACT LIKE SAFETY COACHES INSTEAD OF SAFETY COPS?
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We are proud to announce that we have been chosen to provide safety training for Winona Senior High School REACH participants! The REACH program helps to build a skilled workforce for local Winona manufacturing businesses. According to the REACH brochure, “Winona employers are increasingly experiencing a significant lack of potential employees with the specific skills needed Read more about Authentic Safety provides safety training for WSHS REACH students[…]
We’ve been doing safety training at Peerless Chain for over five years! We love seeing them on a monthly basis. Here, we are training on the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment and Hearing Conservation. Boy, were there some stories about PPE! Cheers to long-term friends and customers!
Had a great time getting to know our new friends at Alliant Castings, fellow Winona Area Chamber of Commerce members, for Arc Flash Training (for non-electricians) in May. Yes, we train on site! Call us today at 507-429-1704 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business professionals in Winona took advantage of Authentic Safety’s OSHA 10 General Industry class on April 26 & 27. See our complete 2017 training schedule by clicking here.
Authentic Safety has partnered with the Winona Area Chamber of Commerce and Winona State University’s Adult and Continuing Education department to offer safety training courses to the general public. Attendees may register and attend each course individually. Continuing Education Credits (CEU’s) are available for an additional fee. Chamber members and WSU College of Business students Read more about January 2018: Starting the year off safely[…]