According to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, in 2014 more than 4,000 workers were killed on the job. While this is down from 38 deaths per day in 1970 to 12 a day in 2013, workplace safety training can still save lives.
Make sure your employees are fully informed about your safety standards, and that your business is in compliance with OSHA, by calling on Northwest Safety & Risk Services. Since 1990, we’ve helped Nampa business owners minimize risks and make their workplaces safer.
Don’t risk the safety of your employees and the livelihood of your business when you can call Northwest Safety & Risk Services in Nampa. Together, we can make work safe.
At Northwest Safety & Risk Services, we take pride in employing comprehensive safety training professionals who have earned numerous safety-related certificates and degrees. We’re committed to being your knowledgeable resource for everything pertaining to safety in the construction, agricultural and mining industries.
Keeping ourselves up to date on the latest in the safety industry is just one way we promote professional development. We provide services for everything OSHA regulates, so you can be confident that your employees will receive comprehensive safety training.
Stop gambling with the security of your staff and your business and call the workplace safety professionals at Northwest Safety & Risk Services today.
Avoid becoming an OSHA statistic and make sure your business and employees are in compliance with current regulations by hiring Northwest Safety & Risk Services in Nampa.
We offer coaching that touches on a variety of safety services, from hazard reduction and control to workplace auditing. Our safety professionals can come to your Nampa business to hold training classes around the conference table or create videos for you to show your employees.
Update your staff on the latest safety measures and have confidence knowing your business is promoting risk management by hiring Northwest Safety & Risk Services. Take preventive measures today to keep an accident from happening tomorrow.