Last week, STC conducted a comprehensive safety fair for Drywall Interiors in Irving, TX. Over 200 employees attended the day-long event in which workers were trained on fall protection, scaffolding, silica, and waterproofing safety. Additionally, different vendors were on-site to showcase their equipment and the proper use and safety measures to be considered while executing work on projects.
The safety day provided an opportunity for all employees to come together, learn, and discuss their safety concerns on different sites. It also gave company leaders an opportunity to reinforce the importance of job-site safety and the value that each worker’s safety brings to the organization. Overall, it was an awesome event for everyone involved, and STC was proud to be a part of it.
If your company is in need of assistance when it comes to safety training or providing a platform to communicate the importance of safety to all of your employees, simply reply back to this email for help. STC strives to help build and sustain quality safety cultures that improve morale, reputation, and overall productivity in the working environment.
New Employee Safety Orientation
When a new employee enters an organization, there is an opportunity to set a professional and caring tone for their new working environment. While many companies quickly shuffle their new hires through a condensed orientation process, it is imperative to take the time to properly train workers and effectively communicate safety policies and procedures.
While all companies are busy, it should be understood that people are the priority. New hire safety orientations are worth the time investment to show employees that they are valued and that there is a plan in place to protect them and mitigate the high costs of injuries and incidents that stem from a lack of familiarity or knowledge.
If your business is lacking an organized and effective new hire safety orientation process, STC can assist your company in developing a program that ensures new workers are fully aware and responsive to the organization’s safety standards. Click on the link below to read more about the importance of properly training new employees.
STC’s Upcoming OSHA 30 Hour Course
STC will be offering an English-speaking OSHA 30 Hour class in the upcoming weeks. Please review the following details:
Thursday/Friday, September 28th and 29th
Thursday/Friday, October 5th and 6th
Cascades Conference Center (Fairfield Inn & Courtyard)
Time: 7:00 am – 4:00 pm each of the 4 days
*Students must attend all 4 days to receive OSHA 30 Hour card*
If your company has employees that need to be registered, please contact STC’s Business Development Manager, Ryan Brence, at phone number 469-500-2502, or simply reply back to this email for more information. Limited spots available, so call now!!