OSHA Safety Training
We are providing Osha safety training all over Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, and surrounding areas of Texas.
Unique Safety Training Program & Audits For Workplace Safety
Unique OSHA Safety Training Program For Workplace Safety.
Aggie Safety is an OSHA safety training and consulting company headquartered in Houston, Texas.
We offer basic and advanced safety services customized to meet your company’s specific safety needs including customizable training, field safety consulting and ongoing safety program management. Our experienced safety professionals will evaluate your current safety program and provide consultation to enable your organization to achieve the next level of safety.
Invaluable on-site support for project Oil& Gas . Engineering . Power . Roofing . Construction .
Headquatered in Houston
Extensive knowledge and experience in the field of occupational safety and health to help organizations improve their safety programs and create a safer work environment for employees. Our programs feature ongoing reviews and consulting, record keeping & document retention, safety manuals, checklists, process & procedure development, codes & standards compliance and more.
WE PROVIDE INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TRAINING
OSHA safety training is required in a variety of areas to ensure a safe and healthy work environment.
Reviews, safety culture surveys, accident investigation, safety management and many other forms of assistance.
from production industry
We offer topic-based training sessions, skill-building exercises, regulatory compliance and more. Our training is geared toward specific industrial requirements or exposure scenarios.
Our safety Team provides invaluable on-site support for project reviews, safety culture surveys, accident investigation, safety management and many other forms of assistance.
Safety Training in the Workplace
OSHA safety training is crucial for a safe workplace, and employers can prevent accidents and injuries by providing comprehensive safety training. This includes covering hazards associated with the job, providing training frequently, having qualified trainers, keeping records of safety training, and evaluating the effectiveness of the safety training program. By following these requirements, employers can protect their employees, prevent costly OSHA violations, and maintain a safe and healthy work environment. It’s important to note that OSHA does not certify trainers, but it does approve training programs and courses that are taught by OSHA-authorized trainers. OSHA requires that safety training be conducted by qualified trainers who have the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to teach the subject matter. Trainers must be able to demonstrate proficiency in the subject matter and have experience in the industry.