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It is my sincere wish and hope that the day will come when the protecting arms of Universal Safety will spread out over all industry and reach all the millions of workers who make industry possible.

How would you feel if OSHA showed up on one of your sites right now? 

A.     No Problem

B.     Concerned

C.     Depends Which Site

D.     Run!

Our goal is to get you to answer A.

When it comes to safety, a lot of contractors are playing a game without knowing what the rules are.

Our focus is to help you understand what is required so you can make a more informed decision about where to allocate your finite resources (time and money) to lower your risk of fatality, injury, fines, or increased insurance rates.


What does it take to be in compliance with OSHA?

First, it takes an awareness of the hazards that your people are exposed to.  This can be your employees or workers under your control.  Then it takes an understanding of how to eliminate exposure to those hazards. 

It also takes knowledge of what is required to prove you have taken action to protect your people – this can mean training, having competent or qualified people, developing procedures or programs, or having an entire Safety & Health Manual.  

This is sometimes referred to as a Safety and Health Management System, an Accident Prevention Program, or an Injury & Illness Prevention Program. 

Regardless of what you call it, implementing and ensuring its effectiveness will provide long-term benefits to your people and your company. 

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We will be rolling out this construction industry focused training solution soon!