Worksite Safety Training
Keeping your worksite safe relies on everyone involved — your workers, your onsite medical staff and even leadership — understanding the steps that need to be taken to prevent accidents. Bringing in Medcor’s safety training instructors for training specific to your work environment allows you to give your whole team the information they need to keep your workplace safe.
When Medcor safety instructors teach at your worksite, you reduce travel costs for your employees and minimize work interruption. Worksite training also facilitates using site-specific equipment and settings to make topics relevant to your workers.
Benefits of Worksite Safety Training
Investing in worksite safety training provides you, your company and your employees with a variety of benefits.
The more knowledgeable your employees are in recognizing and avoiding hazards, the less likely they are to be injured. By taking the time to educate your workers on proper worksite safety, you are saving lives.
Investing in worksite safety training shows your employees — and your potential clients and customers — that you are committed to maintaining a healthy, safe work environment. This elevates your profile as a business in the public’s eyes, which can lead to an increase in business.
Protect Health and Safety
Beyond just avoiding life-threatening injuries, safety training helps create a culture that is committed to preventing accidents. This helps you avoid even minor injuries, keeping your employees well and decreasing your costs.
Showing your employees that you care about them and their health is crucial to maintaining long-term, productive employees. When you bring in Medcor safety training specialists, your employees see you are serious about protecting their wellbeing on the job, which can lead to an increase in morale and trust.
Medcor’s Worksite Safety Training Options
Medcor’s onsite worksite safety training courses are available anywhere in the United States and Canada, and can be designed to meet your specific needs.
Basic standards apply to all worksites, while advanced courses cover specific industries, standards and hazards. Specialized courses provide technical knowledge and skills. Custom courses are developed for workplace-specific programs and policies and to comply with industry- and state-specific requirements.
Construction Industry — 10 and 30
General Industry — 10 and 30
Hazardous Materials — Awareness, Operations, Technician, Specialist and Incident Command
Lock Out/Tag Out
Confined Space — Entry Rescue and Non-Entry Rescue
Trenching and Excavation
Fall Protection and Prevention
Crane and Sling
Scaffold — 40
Trench — Awareness, Operations and Technician
Fire Extinguisher Use
Fire Brigade Operations
Structural Fire Brigade Operations
PPE and Respirator Use
Search and Rescue
First Aid, CPR and AED
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
NIMS — National Incident Management System