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Safety Training Courses
for the Workplace and

Build a culture that prioritizes safety first, stay
compliant with required training, develop
impactful safety programs and much more.

De-stress Your Safety
Training. Let Atlantic
Handle the Hard Hats
and Hurdles.

When people have a job to do and are focused on the task at hand, safety is
sometimes overlooked or doesn't receive the attention it deserves.

It's up to business owners, CEOs, Human Resource Managers, Safety Officers and more to ensure their employees are safe. All businesses need to provide their employees
with some degree of continuous safety training and compliance courses. This is why partnering with experts, having the right training content and managing everything
within easy to use software is absolutely critical. This is where Atlantic Training comes in. It's simply just too difficult to take on all of this responsibility without a team solely
focused on providing you with the necessary tools to keep your employees safe. Our courses will help you build a culture that prioritizes safety first, stay compliant with
required training, develop impactful safety programs and much more.

Build a Culture of Safety Awareness.

So, how do you ensure that safety is a high priority when there are so many things to focus on
while running a successful business? Build it into your company culture.


Safety Training isn't Just Necessary
for Construction Sites.

For those of you who have experience in construction, safety training and awareness is no joke. Daily reminders, huddles and even morning exercises are part of the culture in construction and other related industries. We believe that companies outside of the construction industry could benefit from a similar approach in order to build a strong safety culture.

Fostering Safety in Office, Warehouse
and Manufacturing Environments.

Businesses that operate in office, warehouse, or manufacturing environments might have different topics to cover when it comes to safety, yet the consistency of providing weekly or monthly training can contribute to the development of a safety first culture. Remember, even if you're not stepping onto a job site every day it doesn't mean there aren't serious risks at your workplace.


The Fusion of HR, Marketing, and Incentives for Workplace Safety.

Internal marketing is also a key component of building safety into a company's culture. Human Resource Managers and those responsible for safety are increasingly working with marketing teams to promote the most effective practices to keep employees safe. Creating office visuals such as posters and banners can aid as helpful reminders. Developing incentive programs with prizes for those completing courses within a certain time frame is also a great way to increase employee education while improving culture.

Overall, it's important for employees to understand that safety awareness applies to all industries and business types. The type of safety training courses that are necessary might vary, but the risks can be equally serious.

Atlantic Training can help you develop a custom program that covers everything from OSHA requirements to courses that will simply improve the safety knowledge of your team.

Stay Compliant with OSHA
Requirements Safety Training.

Depending on your business type, industry, product line, geographical
location, work environment and more, your company is most likely required
to complete OSHA requirements. We're sure you are already
thinking "how am I supposed to know which courses my employees require?"
Don't worry, we have a team of professionals that stay current with all
required safety training. You can view all of our available OSHA requirements
by clicking the link below, but we highly encourage you to contact
our team to discuss the specific needs of your company.

Some Basics to Getting Your
Safety Program Started.

OSHA Resources

OSHA has an excellent article on best practices to get your safety program up and running. While this isn't a comprehensive guide with everything your specific company will need, it can help get things moving in the right direction.

Establish Safety as a Core Value

Similar to our advice of building safety into your company culture, OSHA suggests that safety should be a core value and that it's a primary responsibility to ensure workers make it through the day safely. We at Atlantic Training couldn't agree more with this simple, but critical, part in the process. Just making the decision to commit to safety is a massive first step.

Develop A Reporting System

Developing a reporting system is very important. This system should allow workers to report on near-misses, accidents, incidents, hazardous conditions, safety concerns and more. Atlantic Training's EHS software, WAVE, is a great option to record and track everything in one central location.

Lead by Example

Also in correlation with our example of how construction workers build safety training into their daily agenda, It's a good idea to lead by example and make safety a continued conversation every day.

The obvious part of this program is
to provide employees with the
necessary training.

This might entail providing teams with live in-person or virtual safety training. Another option is to partner with a content development company that provides online courses that employees can take at a time that's convenient. We can't stress enough that you'll want to partner with a reputable source that stays current with regulations, compliance and best practices. Some companies take on the responsibility of developing courses on their own. If the resources and budget are available, then you can make it work, but at the end of the day you might find that it's easier and more affordable to work with a team like Atlantic Training.

The Advantage of Working with Atlantic Training

Additional Considerations
for Your Safety Training

Scheduling and conducting inspections

Outlining scenarios that address potential

Pursuing ways to improve your safety program

Scheduling and Conducting Inspections

Scheduling and conducting inspections is another element that you'll want to consider as part of your safety program. Interviewing workers, reviewing machinery and assessing office safety could all be part of this step. Once information is collected, all feedback and elements that might need to be addressed should be recorded in your Environmental, Health and Safety software.

Outlining Scenarios that Address Potential Emergencies

Outlining scenarios that address potential emergencies is a crucial part of your safety program. For example, an emergency response plan for when a fire occurs is a very common aspect of a safety plan. Can you and your team identify similar situations that would require an emergency response plan? If so, they all need to be defined, documented and supported with a procedure on what to do when an emergency occurs. Detailed instructions need to be provided to employees that address every scenario.

Pursuing ways to Improve Your Safety Program

Finally, always pursue ways to improve your safety program. Feedback you receive from workers is paramount, but make sure it's collected and maintained in a very organized manner. EHS software will ensure that you have a system to easily monitor and review feedback. Also make sure that you set concrete days to review your plan throughout the year. It needs to become a habit, and consistent repetition will keep your program top-of-mind.

Contact us to Build Your
Custom-Tailored Safety Training Plan.

Every business or organization has unique needs to fulfill when it comes to safety. This is
why we want to encourage you to speak with our team before making a
purchase. We'll ensure that you receive all the required courses within your industry;
along with training that will take your team to the next level when it comes to
employee growth. We can even develop new courses to fit your needs.