Offering OSHA compliance safety courses for both Homebuilding and Commercial Building Industry. Get started on your OSHA Health and Safety requirements with Courage Safety Systems.

  • California & Federal OSHA
  • Available in English and Spanish
  • Offering OSHA 10 Hour & OSHA 30 Hour Certification

     To learn more about our OSHA training and compliance, visit Courage Safety Systems site at: CourageSafety.com or email them at: courage@earthlink.net

Cal/OSHA Construction & General Industry

     In California, every employer has a legal obligation to provide and maintain a safe and healthful workplace for employees, according to the California Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1973. As of 1991, a written, effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) is required for every California Employer. To view more about employer obligations and regulation, please visit the Cal/OSHA, DOSH website here Cal/OSHA Website.

     Effective safety programs depend on the credibility of management’s involvement in the safety program, inclusion of employees in safety and health decisions, rigorous worksite analysis to identify existing safety hazards and potential hazards, including those which could result from a change in worksite conditions or practices, stringent prevention and control measures, and thorough training. A good safety program includes an accident prevention plan to addresses hazards whether or not they are regulated by government standards.

     Taking risks is a part of running a business, particularly for small business owners. You take risks in product development, marketing, and advertising in order to stay competitive. Some risks are just not worth the gamble. One of these is risking the safety and health of those who work for you. Accidents cost money. Safety organizations, states, small business owners and major corporations alike now realize that the actual cost of a lost workday injury is substantial. For every dollar you spend on the direct costs of a worker’s injury or illness, you will spend much more to cover the indirect and hidden costs. Consider what one lost workday injury would cost.

     Scott Environmental has the experience to provide customers with accurate and detailed risk reviews. Many important items can be overlooked when it comes to assessing and managing risk. Our consultants pay particular attention to detail and provide our clients with the best assessment reports for their business. Our services include risk reviews, workplace visits, inspections, reports, compliance advice & consulting to all businesses & commerce, assistance with Cal/OSHA documentation, tailgate talks, training, and Safety Data Sheets (SDS). We can help ensure company headquarters, remote sites, and jobsite trailers have the required postings, spill kits, fire extinguishers, first-aid kits, emergency plans and other regulatory OSHA requirements.