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Wisconsin Safety Council

Customized Training Services

1. Occupational Safety Consulting Services

We offer a broad range of services to meet all your safety needs. Our assessments provide an objective overview and benchmark of current safety performance. The Wisconsin Safety Council's unique Management Leadership seminars integrates safety into your business objectives. Employee Perception Surveys allow you to involve all employees in your safety management. Our training and Certificate Programs provide your employees with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed. All training can be conducted at your locations and customized for your specific needs.

Can't find the training you need? We can develop a program exclusively for you with our Custom Training Development services.

Based on best practices, our training has been proven again and again to be the essential foundation of safety excellence.

 

2. Emergency Care Consulting Services

  • First Aid, CPR, Automated External Defibrillation & Bloodborne Pathogens

Our Emergency Care courses will teach basic life saving techniques through First Aid and CPR. They can also build spirit and enthusiasm within any organization, and your people will thank you for the opportunity to learn skills that will be with them for a lifetime. The Wisconsin Safety Council's Emergency Care Courses provide a comprehensive curriculum to teach the skills to maintain the life of a victim until emergency medical personnel arrive.

Each of us has the power to save lives – if we know how. Even if your primary reason for training is simply to meet OSHA recommendations, you know that the real scope of safety is greater than filling out paperwork and surviving an audit. Real lives are involved. You have the power to save a life! And we can teach you how!

 

3. Driver Improvement and Fleet Safety

The Wisconsin Safety Council's NSC Defensive Driving Courses teach your employees practical knowledge and techniques to avoid collisions and violations, and to choose safe, responsible driving behaviors. Even if they don’t drive as part of their job descriptions, your employees' driving habits affect your business.

The good news is that although you can’t control what your employees face on the road, you can control whether they've been trained to handle it. The Wisconsin Safety Council (WSC) and the National Safety Council (NSC) are committed to keeping vehicle accident statistics down and to training your employees on safe driving habits.

For additional information, or to discuss your training needs, please contact Brian Mirr at 1-800-236-3400 or by email.