Emergency Preparedness and Worker Safety are now critical aspects of our everyday life. As a result, we hope you are able to participate in this one day conference featuring informative breakout sessions. Safety Works provides on-site, site specific OSHA Training programs and services as we work together to ensure the safety of your workers. Call and register today for the conference and the training courses being offered. With exceptional speakers, informative breakout sessions, topics, and training, Safety Works is your leader in Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Training!
First Receivers (Hospital and Public Health Community)
Remediation and Emergency Response Contractors
Local Emergency Planning Committee Members
Local, City, State, and Federal Officials
Construction Managers, Operations, and Supervisory Personnel
Local Health Care Staff and Emergency Medical Personnel
Power and Utility Industry Staff
First Responders and Hazmat Teams
Emergency Managers and Planners
Mental Health Agencies
Regulatory Compliance Specialists
School Safety Personnel and Volunteer Agencies
Human Resource Managers and Security Personnel
Risk Assessment Managers
Some programs offered include:

Earthquake Preparedness Training
Extreme Heat and Cold Exposure
Fires and Floods
Mass Trauma Emergencies
Bioterrisom Agents and Chemical Emergencies
Raidation Emergencies
OSHA Disaster Site Worker
OSHA Construction Compliance
OSHA General Industry Compliance
Explosions and Blast Injuries
Agents, Diseases, and Other Threats
Addiitonal programs include:

8-HR HAZWOPER Refresher
8-HR Incident Command Refresher
8-HR Public Health and First Receiver Preparedness
Critical Incident Stress For Contractors
Utility Concerns During an Incident
Risk Communication in the Health Care Industry
Pre-Construction Planning and Response for Emergencies
Workplace Violence Avoidance

Are You Ready?

SAFTEY WORKS provides a step-by-step approach to disaster preparedness by walking the reader through how to get informed about local emergency plans, how to identify hazards that affect their local area, and how to develop and maintain an emergency communications plan and disaster supplies kit.

Other topics covered include evacuation, emergency public shelters, animals in disaster, and information specific to people with disabilities.

SAFETY WORKS also provides in-depth information on specific hazards including what to do before, during, and after each hazard type. The following hazards are covered: Floods, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Thunderstorms and Lightning, Winter Storms and Extreme Cold, Extreme Heat, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Landslide and Debris Flows (Mudslide), Tsunamis, Fires, Wildfires, Hazardous Materials Incidents, Household Chemical Emergencies, Nuclear Power Plant, and Terrorism (including Explosion, Biological, Chemical, Nuclear, and Radiological hazards).


Disasters disrupt hundreds of thousands of lives every year. Each disaster has lasting effects, both to people and property.

If a disaster occurs in your community, local government and disaster-relief organizations will try to help you, but you need to be ready as well. Local responders may not be able to reach you immediately, or they may need to focus their efforts elsewhere.


You should know how to respond to severe weather or any disaster that could occur in your area - hurricanes, earthquakes, extreme cold, flooding, or terrorism.

You should also be ready to be self-sufficient for at least three days. This may mean providing for your own shelter, first aid, food, water, and sanitation.

Don't Delay, Call Safety Works today. (310) 542-0594