At STC, we work hard to ensure we provide accurate information at every turn by always staying up to date in the industry. That’s why we are so excited to meet with all of you in Atlanta at the 2022 BOMA Show! On May 11th, we are bringing our message of safety in the workplace to the largest annual trade show for property managers, building engineers and commercial property owners in Georgia. Here’s what you need to know about attending the BOMA Show with STC:

Keep Up to Date with the Industry

At the 2022 Atlanta BOMA Show, there is guaranteed to be countless opportunities for learning more about the industry’s latest innovations and trends. With hundreds of exhibitors, networking opportunities and well-known sponsors, you can be sure that you’ll walk away from the BOMA Show with plenty of ideas for enhancing your own business. Whether it’s safety or sales that you’re concerned about improving, the BOMA Show will have something for you.

Something for Everyone at the BOMA Show

The BOMA Show is a fun-filled day with exciting events like silent auctions, great networking opportunities and educational exhibitions. Attendees enjoy great prize-winning opportunities such as iPads, vacation packages and Yeti coolers. As the largest annual one-day gathering of commercial real estate building owners, managers, engineers and vendors in the state of Georgia, the BOMA Show is sure to have something fit for a variety of industry professionals.

Visit with STC at Our Booth

Safety should always be a major concern, no matter the industry. STC is dedicated to preserving human life in the workplace and we would love to talk to you about it at the BOMA Show. You can visit the STC team at our exhibition booth to learn more about our managed safety services, passion for safety in all of its aspects and how our passion can benefit your company.

No matter how you choose to spend your time at the 2022 Atlanta BOMA Show, STC is always here to spend time with your organization to answer questions. We offer a wide variety of managed safety services, from onsite safety staffing to safety consulting to help prepare your employees for every situation. Want to learn more about STC? Check out our blog today!

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As a major proponent of safety in the construction industry, our favorite time of the year is finally here. The Dallas Build Expo is coming to town on October 28 & 29 at Dallas Market Hall, and we plan on making the most of it with everything you need to know about safety. Here are some of the things you can expect from Safety Training & Compliance, STC, at the Dallas Build Expo in 2020:

What to Know About the Dallas Build Expo

Build Expo is the largest regional building and construction show in the nation and rated as the #1 trade show for general contractors. With over 150 exhibitors, 30 complimentary classes and 5000 pre-registered attendees, there are tons of learning opportunities for advancing your workplace. There are even thousands of new products and services that you can demo for free!

How STC is Preparing for the Build Expo

STC is dedicated to preserving human life by providing all of the information our clients need to know about OSHA compliance and workplace safety. We are gearing up for the Dallas Build Expo with the same mindset. We provide simple solutions to complex safety problems, from safety training to managed safety services, we are happy to help your business stay protected.

Come See Us to Learn More About STC

During the Dallas Build Expo, you can get all of your workplace safety questions answered by STC at booth 519. Our team will be more than happy to connect with you on all of your safety needs and more. You can learn more about our managed safety services, safety consulting or safety training to keep your business prepared for any situation that comes your way.

No matter how you plan to celebrate the Dallas Build Expo and learn about all of the latest innovations in the construction industry, STC is here to make every situation safer. Our team is dedicated to preserving human life and helping businesses of all kinds meet OSHA standards. Ready to register as an attendee for the Dallas Build Expo 2020? Register here today!

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As the coronavirus continues to spread rapidly across the country, caring for the safety of your employees is more important than ever. While many employers have their employees working from home, some offices simply do not have that option. To help you prevent your employees from becoming infected on the job, here are a few COVID office safety tips from the safety experts at Safety Training & Compliance:

Ensure Your Employees are Sticking to CDC Guidelines

As health care professionals continue to learn more about COVID-19, the CDC’s COVID-19 guidelines will change in accordance with the new knowledge. It is important to stay up to date with the newest information from the CDC on how to keep your employees safe. This includes, but is not limited to, encouraging social distancing, protective face wear and improving the ventilation system in your office to filter out virus-sized particles.

Conduct Daily Health Checks to Reduce Risk

Ensuring that employees are healthy before entering the building can be the difference between one office infection and 50. At the very least, you can task an employee with monitoring temperatures, but this can put your employees at risk due to improper training. The best way to prevent an infected person from entering the building is hiring a COVID monitor from STC. We employ trained medical professionals that understand the varying symptoms of the virus. They can spot symptoms that a regular employee cannot.

Create an Understanding of Covid Office Safety Tips

One of the most important methods for creating a COVID free office environment is ensuring that your staff has an understanding of the essential COVID office safety tips. A helpful way to educate employees is by creating a protocol for office sickness during the pandemic. Let them know what they should do if they wake up coughing ahead of time, so no one feels the need to come into work regardless of their wellbeing.

The COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of slowing down soon, so staying prepared is your best chance at keeping your employees, and business, free from the impacts of the virus. We are dedicated to keeping businesses prepared for incidents of all kinds, and we are here to help keep your office safe from COVID-19 as well. Want to learn more about the ways STC can help you create a safer workplace? Check out our blog today!

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