OSHA Safety Consulting and Training Services – Telfair County, GA
OSHA Safety Consulting and Training Services serving in Telfair County
Safety Consultants USA is an OSHA safety consulting company headquartered in Atlanta, GA. Safety Consultants USA provides safety training courses for the construction, manufacturing, power, oil and gas, environmental, sanitation, grocery, retail and other industries. OSHA safety training classes can be conducted at our training center in Atlanta, GA or at your facility or jobsite. Training is maybe the most important component of your safety program, as it gives your employees the information they need to recognize hazardous conditions and unsafe acts while they work, and reinforces to them that safety is a priority at your company.
Our mission is to provide a high engagement, interactive, safety and health learning experience for our clients.
OSHA safety training classes for companies in Telfair County
• Aerial & Scissor Lift
• Confined Space
• Crane Rigger & Signal
• Excavation & Trenching
• Fall Protection
• Fire Safety
• First Aid, CPR & Bloodborne Pathogens
• GHS/Hazard Communication
• HAZWOPER 24-Hour
• HAZWOPER 40-Hour
• HAZWOPER Supervisor 8-Hour
• Machine Guarding
• OSHA 10-Hour for Construction
• OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
• OSHA 30-Hour for Construction
• OSHA 30-Hour for General Industry
• Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift)
• Respiratory Protection
• Respirable Crystalline Silica
• Workplace Violence
For Businesses located in Telfair County in need of OSHA Safety Consulting and Training Services
Telfair County, Georgia
Telfair County is a county located in the central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,500. The largest city and county seat is McRae-Helena.
In 2009, researchers from the Fernbank Museum of Natural History announced having found artifacts they associated with the 1541 Hernando de Soto Expedition at a private site near the Ocmulgee River, the first such find between Tallahassee, Florida and western North Carolina. De Soto’s expedition was well recorded, but researchers have had difficulties finding artifacts from sites where he stopped. This site was an indigenous village occupied by the historic Creek people from the early 15th century into the 16th century. It was located further southeast than de Soto’s expedition was thought to go in Georgia.