Our OSHA 10-hour training provides fundamental safety awareness knowledge for general industry workers. Your workers are trained to recognize workplace hazards and identify solutions. This training is recommended for all general industry workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 and serves as the foundation for additional occupational safety and health training. Topics include:
Each student who successfully completes the course requirements (including a 70% passing grade on the final knowledge assessment) will receive an OSHA 10-hour completion card issued by the Department of Labor.
Training is presented live, at your facility. Alternatively, we can schedule training at a local conference room convenient for your staff. Because OSHA limits all outreach training to 7.5 instructional hours per day, this 10-hour course must be completed over a 2-day period.
Our OSHA 30-hour training follows the same format as that of the OSHA 10-hour but includes an expanded offering of topics tailored to those responsible for the safety of others. This training is also offered on-site at your location. This training is essential for your Supervisors, Managers, Safety Officers, Safety Program Administrators, Compliance Officers, and Executive team members. In addition to the above topics, a typical 30-hour session includes a mix of the following:
Training is presented live, at your facility. Alternatively, we can schedule training at a local conference room convenient for your staff. Because OSHA limits all outreach training to 7.5 instructional hours per day, this 30-hour course must be completed over a 5-day period.
An accurate risk profile is the result of a comprehensive study of your specific and unique business model. We drill down from a broad knowledge of risk management to identify your strengths and weaknesses and customize a risk management plan for your organization. You define the goals. We help you design practical solutions, many of which may are supported by:
Agents, brokers, and reporting companies have expressed numerous concerns over the years about the lack of professionalism in the loss control industry. Field inspectors come and go. Some enter the industry with a background in insurance or construction. Others enter the industry as a stop-gap to generate revenue during periods of unemployment. Many enter the industry with nothing more than aptitude and a willingness to learn. Certification is required in some states but not others. Reporting companies have hiring criteria which varies from company to company. As a result, there is no standard for qualification across the industry.
Each of these stakeholders has an interest in promoting professionalism within the industry. Their goal, of course, is to provide the best customer service experience available for their insured. This extends far beyond selling a policy and obtaining a prime rate. Every consumer touchpoint impacts this customer service experience, including the loss control inspector’s communications and interactions with the insured.
We’re excited to roll out our new Inspector Success Training division. Our initial offering, The Business of Running a Business, was developed in response to numerous conversations with professionals across the industry. This training specifically addresses the interpersonal and communication skills required to successfully interact with insureds, agents, brokers, and vendors. Furthermore, it provides hard business skills needed to be successful. Training includes topics such as phone etiquette, calendaring, interviewing, recordkeeping, metrics tracking, accounting, sourcing for work, and more.
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Lynn Simmons began her career in insurance and law over 25 years ago. In addition to her Missouri insurance license, she is an OSHA-authorized outreach trainer in the general industry sector and is registered with the State of Missouri Department of Labor Worker Safety Program as a Certified Safety Consultant.
She is an industry veteran who possesses superior investigative skills as well as practical, hands-on experience in safety and risk management. Lynn considers herself an investigator at heart and firmly believes in root cause analysis. Worker safety is her #1 priority.
Lynn approaches workplace safety and risk management from an educational perspective and strives to educate business owners on the factors that impact their bottom line. Her cross-sectional background in insurance, law, and safety offers a unique insight not available from others and delivers a distinct advantage to her customers.
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