GHSThe compliance deadline is fast approaching. Have you gotten your training? New dates added!
FALL PROTECTIONFall protection training is an important part of a worker’s overall safety training.
CUSTOMIZED TRAININGEvergreen Safety Council offers customized, onsite training at the facility of your choice.
GIFT CERTIFICATESLooking for a cool gift idea? Give someone you love something they'll love.
YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINING
For 80 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 FEW NEW PROGRAMS
Evergreen Safety Council has added several new topics to its current line up. With OSHA guidelines changing we’ve added a new Hazcom / GHS (Globally Harmonized System). In addition, our Environmental Safety Awareness class was such a big hit that we’ve added new dates to the calendar. Other offerings include Hazwoper Refresher, Lead Renovator, Silica / Asbestos Awareness, Respiratory Protection, Fall Protection and Confined Space with Lock Out / Tag Out. Be sure and check ‘em out!
3/10 Flagger Instructor Recert – Twin Falls ID
3/10 Traffic Control Supervisor Recert – Portland OR
3/11 Flagger Instructor Recert – Boise ID
3/11 Traffic Control Supervisor – Portland OR
3/12 Hazcom/GHS Instructor – Tukwila
3/12 Hazcom/GHS The Basics – Tukwila
3/12 Traffic Control Supervisor Recert – Boise ID
3/13 Traffic Control Supervisor – Boise ID
3/14 Flagger Certification Open Enrollment – Kirkland
3/18 Flagger Instructor Recert – Lacey
Register online or download a registration form
FROM OUR BLOG
- First Aid CPR News
People at work can suffer injuries or be taken ill. It doesn’t matter whether the injury or illness is caused by the work they . . .
- Pet Poisons
To round off last week’s National Pet Safety Week, we’re sharing the American Humane Society’s information on preventing accidental poisonings. There are . . .
- National Love Your Pet Day
I received a ton of complaints over the last two days for doing a pet safety post that wasn’t accompanied by a cute animal . . .
- Pet Safety Week
We finished off last week by leaving you with a post about Valentine’s Day pet safety. This week is National Pet Safety Week, so . . .
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.”