OSHA Safety Training Wilson NC
OSHA Safety Training serving in Wilson NC
Safety Consultants USA location at Charlotte, NC
OSHA Safety Training classes for companies in Wilson NC
• 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
Our mission is to provide a high engagement, interactive, safety and health learning experience for our clients.
We offer a unique training atmosphere that is tailored to our hands-on approach in a comfortable setting. Our technology and safety equipment library allows our instructors to mimic real life situations, including product demonstrations.
Our research and experience have shown that students enjoy and retain material best when they are active participants in the training experience. This is why we focus on highly involved and interactive training.
OSHA Forklift Operator Safety Training
Safety Consultants USA Instructors have over 45 years combined time operating and instructing forklift safety classes.
Weather you are an experienced operator or a new operator Safety Consultants USA’s course is applicable to rough terrain forklifs and powered industrial trucks. Beginners will acquire a wealth of information and experienced operators will reinforce their knowledge of safe operating procedures. After taking the Safety Consultants USA forklift operators safety course you will be able to put your new knowledge and your current experience together to become an even better operator. Our ultimate objective is to make you a safer operator and reduce the risk of accident or injury with the necessary knowledge and skills as required by OSHA.
Defensive Driving Class
Safety Consultants USA Safety understands the day-to-day activities of your employees on the road, on a jobsite, and in company vehicles. We will meet your needs with energetic trainers who can find common ground with your employees to make their training experience relatable and comfortable.
Other services that Safety Consultants USA provides for companies in Wilson NC
- OSHA Safety Consulting
- Facility and Jobsite Safety Assessments
- Written Health and Safety Programs
- Safety Staffing
- OSHA Citation Defense
- Workers Compensation Claims Management
- ISNetworld, Browz and Avetta Compliance Assistance
- Lockout/Tagout Procedure Development & Annual Review
- Activity Hazard Analysis
- Hearing Conservation
- Job Safety Analysis
- Site Specific Safety Plan
- Contractor Prequalification
Wilson City, North Carolina
Wilson is a city in and the county seat of Wilson County, North Carolina, United States. Located approximately 40 mi (64 km) east of the capital city of Raleigh, it is served by the interchange of Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 264. Wilson had an estimated population of 49,459 in 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and is also an anchor city of the Rocky Mount-Wilson-Roanoke Rapids CSA, with a total population of 297,726 as of 2018.
In the early 21st century, Wilson was ranked as 18th in size among North Carolina’s 500-plus municipalities. From 1990 to 2010, the city population increased by more than 40 percent, primarily due to construction of new subdivisions that attracted many new residents. This has been accompanied by new retail and shopping construction, primarily in the northwestern parts of the city. Wilson is a diverse community; in 2012, the US Census estimated that 48% of the population identified as African American, and 43% as Whites; the remaining 9% includes Latinos and Asians, such as Vietnamese, Chinese and Indian groups. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated in 2012 that nearly 5,000 county residents (7.5 percent) were foreign-born. Of those, nearly 3,000 people, or 62 percent, had entered the U.S. since 2000.
Once a center of tobacco cultivation, the city was widely known as “The World’s Greatest Tobacco Market” in the nineteenth century. In the 21st century, Wilson enjoys a diverse economy based on agriculture, manufacturing, commercial, and service businesses.