Welcome to The Workplace Safety Institute

Why should you be concerned about safety training at your workplace?

- Your safety inspector will immediately point to OSHA safety training regulations and other statutory mandates and tell you the law requires safety training.


- Your comptroller will tell you that you can’t afford higher worker’s comp premiums, so you must implement safety training.

- Your general counsel will remind you that you can’t run the risk of negligence lawsuits, so you better make sure you are committed to safety training.

- Your union rep will tell you that safety training is part of the contract, and they will fight you to make sure you provide the safety training they need.

But isn’t there a better reason, a more important reason, to make excellent safety training a top priority at your company?

Sure there is, and it can be summed up in one word: PEOPLE

Your people are your most important asset. You can’t run your business without them, and you can’t afford the delays and downtime if you must replace them. But more than that, they deserve to be treated with respect and care. They put a lot on the line for you every day. Shouldn’t you make sure they receive excellent safety training, to assure that they are well protected while they are doing it? Safety training is one vital way to give them the support they need and expect in exchange for all they do for you.

At The Workplace Safety Institute, we are committed to helping you keep your people safe while they are under your supervision. Our safety training programs are undergirded by over 25 years of delivering outstanding training to America’s leading corporations. We offer a thorough and complete menu of safety training programs that can meet or exceed the safety training requirements of OSHA CFR 1910 and 1926 for any industry standard. Follow the links on this page to see a quick summary of our most popular safety training courses. If you don’t find exactly what you are looking for, contact us and we will customize a safety training course to meet your specific needs.

 Pipeline Safety
Fall Protection
First Aid

This training module will aid Team members understanding of compliance issues with DOT Office of Pipeline Safety regulations and model company procedures in the development and review of emergency plans and public and contractor education and Damage Prevention-One call systems.


This course provides an overview of the OSHA rule 1926 Subpart M. This Course will feature hands on inspection of equipment, fitting of equipment, and developing an inspection report of fall hazards.


The First Aid course provides in-depth coverage of standard First Aid including shock, burns, poisoning, bleeding and wounds. CPR provides the latest American Heart Association standards and guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and emergency cardiac care.

Safety Training Courses

Basic Safety Orientation Class

OSHA Construction

Pipeline Safety

First Aid/CPR

HAZWOPER: Hazardous Materials

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

Supervisor Training

Fall Protection

Ergonomic Safety Training

Safety Training Articles

Eye Injuries at Work

Ladder Safety

New Employees Should be Supervised

Work Hazards Kill Millions

Safety at Heights

Workplace Safety – Confined Spaces

Slips, Trips and Falls in Construction

Sub-Contractor Safety

Ground Fault Protection on Construction Sites

Pregnancy & Workplace Safety

Safety Training Quote
We may need to solve problems not by removing the cause but by designing the way forward even if the cause remains in place.
Edward de Bono

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