Trustworthy EHS Managers
If you can't afford $70 to 100 thousand a year for an EHS specialist or safety engineer but you want to have your company in compliance with all federal and state regulations, then our on-site EHS managers are the right way to go. Eastec Safety (formerly FloridaOSHA, LLC) has many different programs that we will tailor to your specific organization's needs. Contact us today and let us send you a seasoned and qualified EHS specialist to review your company's policies and procedures.
Our programs and qualified EHS specialists can not only set up your entire OSHA program, but complete all required training, write all OSHA required programs and procedures, complete site audits and inspections, and will conduct monthly
on-site reviews of these programs to make sure your company is always in compliance.
Instructor-led training remains the best training technique for employees. With personal, face-to-face training, we get better results than with computer-based training. Our team of professionals provides affordable courses in:
- FDOT MOT Course
- 10 & 30-Hour OSHA Course
- Safety Management Processes
- Safety Written Programs
- Patient Lifting
- Incident & Accident Management
- Toolbox Talks
- Job Hazard Analysis Management
- EHS Supporting Documentation
- EHS Training Documentation
- EHS Training Tracking Forms
- Lockout Tagout
- Walking & Working Surfaces
- Emergency Action Plan
- Hazardous Materials
- CPR & First Aid
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Confined Spaces
- Machine Guarding Safety
- Welding, Cutting, & Brazing Safety
- Electrical Safety
- NFPA 70 E Training
- Hazard Communication
- Hazardous Substances & Industrial Hygiene
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Record Keeping & Reporting (Incidents)
- Workplace Violence
10 & 30-Hour OSHA Outreach Training
OSHA recommends outreach training programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910. General industry workers must receive additional training (when required by OSHA standards) on specific hazards of the job.
Our on-site instructors will come to your facility and conduct the OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour general industry training course. This course teaches safety awareness and helps each worker recognize and reduce the risks of job site hazards.
This OSHA hazard recognition course covers general industry hazards not specific to those working construction-only jobs and is intended as an orientation to OSHA standards. Workers taking general industry OSHA courses usually
have jobs related to factories, warehouses, manufacturing, storage, and more.
Contact our EHS specialists today.
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