ONLINE TRAININGWe offer a wide range of online programs. From OSHA courses to transportation safety.
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TEEN DRIVERSDo you have a new teen driver in your family? Check out Evergreen Driving School.
CUSTOMIZED TRAININGEvergreen Safety Council offers customized, onsite training at the facility of your choice.
COSSCertifiied Occupational Safety Specialist. The COSS Program has been one of the top-ranked safety designations of its kind.
On March 26, 2015, ESC lost a great friend and contemporary.
Though he retired from the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) in 1993 after 32 years, Dave was not done teaching. He continued his work in Safety as a contractor for ODOT and then, in 1994, he began working with Evergreen Safety Council, where he was instrumental in the development of both the Oregon Traffic Control Supervisor and the SAIFer Oregon Driver programs (to which he was also the lead instructor). Dave was also active in other safety training programs and events throughout Idaho, Oregon and Washington.
For more than 20 years Dave White was part of our family here at Evergreen Safety Council. His work as an ambassador for safety, his wise counsel, and his daily example of how to live each day was an inspiration for everyone at the Council and beyond.
We will miss him.
YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINING
For 82 years Evergreen Safety Council has set the standard in safety practices for the businesses, governmental entities, and communities of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, and beyond. We are a private, non-profit organization designed to deliver the most current training programs and information to industrial and manufacturing employees, construction and road crews, as well as motor carriers and other drivers. Membership is open for all seeking to improve the safety and health of their organizations, families, and communities.
ANNOUNCING A NEW PROGRAM
Evergreen Safety Council has another new program!
An informative, 2 hour overview ‘Eat & Learn’ session that includes a bite to eat:
How does Heat Illness Awareness impact you?
Did you know that if you or your employees work outside the Outdoor Heat Exposure Rule applies to you from May 1 through September 30 every year? Join us for this essential special presentation session to understand this rule, ensure your compliance, and make sure that your workers stay safe. 11:30 am to 1:30 pm, June 9 - Kirkland WA
Check out these and other courses on our website. Remember, most courses can be provided at your place or ours!
May 4 Certified Occup. Sfty Spclst (COSS) – Spokane
May 5 Traffic Control Supervisor Recert – Salem OR
May 6 Traffic Control Supervisor – Salem OR
May 11 FA/CPR Instructor Certification – Kirkland WA
May 11 Traffic Control Supervisor – Chehalis WA
May 14 Traffic Control Supervisor Recert-Chehalis WA
May 15 Flagger Certification – Kirkland
May 18 EverSafe Driving Instructor – Kirkland WA
May 18 Forklift Instructor Training – Renton WA
May 20 Forklift Operator Training – Renton WA
May 29 Pilot/Escort Vehicle (P/EVO)- Kirkland WA
SPECIAL PRESENTATION SEMINARS:
June 9, 2015
Heat Illness Awareness
(2 hour overview – Eat & Lean)
Register online or download a registration form
FROM OUR BLOG
- John D. Spellman Safety Award Winner for 2014
Congratulations to the John D. Spellman Safety Award Winner for 2014
Totem Ocean Trailer Express Inc.
A selection committee made up of members of ESC . . .
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If You’re Not Lead-Safe Certified,
Lead Paint Could Cost You Big Time.
Did you know…
Lead paint lurks in forty percent of the . . .
- Ebola & PPE
Whether you’re channel-surfing, scrolling through your Facebook newsfeed, or reading the morning news, by now you’ve probably heard that a second hospital . . .
Serious About Safety? Presenting COSS!
If you take your safety role seriously, you need to learn more about COSS – Certified Occupational Safety Specialist. This Nationally . . .
The ESC Mission
“To prevent accidental deaths and injuries by being a resource for safety training, consulting and information for businesses and citizens of Washington State and the Greater Northwest. To support related programs and legislative action that would improve safety in the workplace, on the highway, at home, and at play.”