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Workplace Safety Consulting
General Industry, Construction, Health Care, and Offices

OSHA dictates that employers must incorporate employee safety, health, and welfare measures into their businesses. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace.

OSHA requires employers to provide training to workers who face hazards on the job.


Traditional approaches are often reactive; that is, problems are addressed only after an “event” occurs.


"Doctor Steve trained several Large Groups of my Associates, from Machine Operators and Sanitors all the way up to Mechanics and their respective Supervisors and Managers. The Feedback from the Classes was always great. My Associates spoke highly of Dr. Steve's approach and told me that he made them think about Safety in new ways and encouraged them to question the status quo. I would recommend Dr. Steve to anyone that is looking for solid CPR/First Aid Certification Training. I will certainly do Business with him again in the Future!"

Max Schmidt, Production Manager, Bimbo Bakeries

We understand that dollars and cents matter, but when it comes to safety and health, no one wants a reactive response to a horrific outcome after an event.


We can help you find the right balance between your safety and compliance issues and what needs to be done about them. 

  • If you have a safety manager, we can provide CPR/AED/FIRST AID and BBP training to your employees.

  • If you do not have a safety manager, we can write a complete safety plan, train your key staff to implement it, and determine the necessary safety equipment and connect you to the best supplier.

Please contact us at or 214-531-7939 to schedule a free initial discovery session.

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