Introducing Our Latest Contributor: SafetyPlusWeb
We are proud to announce our latest contributor: Safety Plus Web!
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from our latest contributor, Safety Plus Web!
Companies interested in best practices for occupational health and safety know that safety management systems for growing businesses can become complicated and difficult to employ effectively. The growing need for system simplicity, efficiency, and affordability is what led to the launch of Safety Plus Web in 2012.
Back in 1991, parent company Safety Plus Inc. was already providing high quality safety management and loss control services based out of Mobile, Alabama, as well as consulting for local businesses. When Safety Plus's number of clients grew, safety management programs got complicated. In an effort to streamline and gain control over operations, they developed the cloud-based computer system Safety Plus Web. The system worked so well for Safety Plus Inc. that the company decided to share what they learned with other businesses.
Today, hundreds of companies use Safety Plus Web's fully functional learning management system, sold through SMG distributors. It includes more than 60 online safety training courses in both English and Spanish, plus hundreds of free, editable safety policies and other documents. This cloud-based solution is available on any device, making the software available in real-time on the job site, in the office, and at all points in between.
Companies with employees working around the clock know how hard it is to get every shift together for a training program or a refresher course. With Safety Plus Web's cloud-based library, training sessions can be set up any time and are always available, on-demand, at any time of day, and on any device.
Safety Plus Web's training programs cover a wide range of topics that are applicable to a variety of health and safety management concerns—everything from Benzene Safety Awareness and Bloodborne Pathogens to Ergonomics and Back Safety. Emergency management topics are also covered, including Evacuation Procedures, Incident Reporting, and Emergency Preparedness.
Severe weather and storms can make things difficult for anyone, but on the jobsite those dangers and risks can be extreme. OSHA urges workers and employers to use caution and be aware of hazards they may encounter, as well as the steps the need to take to stay safe and healthy. Courses offered by Safety Plus Web in Personal Protective Equipment, Respiratory Protection, and Safety for the Road Construction Worker can be critical in keeping the number of incidents down during challenging weather.
The bottom line when it comes to safety training is keeping employees safe (that's always job number one) and staying compliant with all federal, state, and local laws relating to the industry.
Safety Plus Web offers practical solutions when it comes to managing your team. You need to know which employee has been trained and is qualified to enter a particular jobsite or operate certain equipment. With Safety Web Plus's state-of-the-art notification system, safety professionals will always be kept up to date about employee files and documentations, driver training, driver's license records, motor vehicle reports, medical exams, substance abuse testing files, and more.
Simple and Effective
Cloud-based training, tracking and reports, on-demand custom documentation, and notifications on any device make Safety Plus Web solutions the right choice for any business that wants to make safety less complicated.
It's just that simple.
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