* SINCE 1993 *

TRAINING PHILOSOPHY
8-Hour Right To Know

We believe training should be customized to fit actual situations personnel will encounter on the job. Individuals tend to pay closer attention to something they can relate to, so if we're discussing the solvent used in your parts washer, rather than chemicals not present in the workplace, employees will be much more inclined to pay attention and retain the information discussed.

In making the decision to educate employees, it is wise from a company's standpoint to make the information as close to real-life possibilities as practical. In defending against possible legal liability issues caused by accidental or careless mishandling of dangerous substances, the company's liability does not end merely because the required right-to-know issues have been generically covered in the mandatory informational course. Rather, good faith and effort on the part of the company is required to prove that such mistakes are completely out of the control of the employer.

In this spirit, our training services start with information gathering about the company . . . what chemicals are used and for what purposes. The resulting class is informative and on-point. Our class attendees often comment that the information is invaluable, and sometimes eye-opening, since it directly relates to their jobs. Additionally, our theory is that we are teaching how to be proactive and look up the data required, rather than rote memorization.