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SafetySkills offers a catalog of courses created to specifically address the conditions and risks in your industry. Each dynamic, competency-based environmental, occupational health, and safety training course catalog is tailored to meet the needs of employees in a particular industry and employs situational examples, simulations and imagery relevant to the workplace environments and hazards commonly found in those industries.

Colleges & Universities

Understanding the unique challenges that face higher education

SafetySkills understands the needs of the educational community and offers an extensive series of training products and services to deliver these competencies in a context relevant to campus actives, from laboratory research to plant maintenance to campus security and beyond.

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Retail & Grocery

Providing a safe and hospitable environment for customers and employees alike

From industry-specific learning competencies such as loss prevention and Code Adam lost child procedures, to everyday safety and compliance topics made more complicated by the often inexperienced nature of the retail workforce, SafetySkills offers an extensive series of compliance training products.

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Oil & Gas

Featuring dynamic training for the petroleum industry

SafetySkills works closely with employers in the oil and gas industry to develop targeted training to address the conditions and risks relevant to petroleum exploration and production through dynamic, competency-based EHS courses.

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Hospitality & Food Service

Delivering competencies in a context relevant to the complex service industry

Providing a safe and hospitable environment for guests and employees alike presents a unique challenge for service industry employers. SafetySkills provides hospitality and food service industry-specific learning competencies, such as food preparation and commercial laundry operations, alongside general topics such as fire safety that have been tailored to address the unique issues caused by the sheer scale and complexity of hospitality operations.

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Offering dynamic environmental, occupational health, and safety training courses

SafetySkills offers a number of courses created to specifically address the conditions and risks relevant to municipal workers. Based on published guidance from OSHA, EPA and DOT, the training employs simulations, situational examples, and imagery relevant to the needs of municipal employees.

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Other/General Industry

Offering an all-encompassing safety program for all organizations

The SafetySkills catalog for general industry is designed to provide a complete training library for all organizations in any industry. Each dynamic, competency-based training course is designed to have a broad appeal and includes imagery and scenarios from a variety of industries and occupational settings.

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Full Catalog

Not sure which industry catalog you need? Download the full SafetySkills catalog to see every course we offer across all industries.

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