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Safety training is absolutely critical but can be easily overlooked. Most programs are expensive, time-consuming, and require employers to bend over backwards just to get it done. Safety Provisions is trusted by the world’s leading enterprises. Our goal is to provide safety training that is understandable, affordable, and informative. Here’s what a few of our customers have said:

EXTREMELY INFORMATIONAL

“If you’re reading this review trying to figure out if you should use this online service or not, the answer is don’t waste any more time, go with this program. Trust me this is the course you want to take. It’s extremely informational, and easy breezy to get certification.”

EASY TO USE

“After trying other platforms, we have been very pleased with Hard Hat Training. The user interface is easy to use and we love the ease of access. The training is also easy to administer and the performance checklists are provided. We can’t recommend them enough!”

AN AWESOME PROGRAM

“I used Hard Hat for getting my crews trained on Excavators with their Excavator Trainer Kit. What an awesome program. I highly recommend this kit. Easily editable and easy to teach from. The easy Navigation Tabs are great & the training matrix that was included is a nice addition. Highly recommend their products.”

CAN’T RECOMMEND ENOUGH

“After trying other platforms, we have been very pleased with Hard Hat Training. The user interface is easy to use and we love the ease of access. The training is also easy to administer and the performance checklists are provided. We can’t recommend them enough!”

GENERAL & SPECIFC TASKS

“The LMS was effective. Incorporate how to develop and execute a risk management plan for the Front End Loader in general and specific tasks, both beginning and advanced level tasks.”

AN AWESOME PROGRAM

“I used Hard Hat for getting my crews trained on Excavators with their Excavator Trainer Kit. What an awesome program. I highly recommend this kit. Easily editable and easy to teach from. The easy Navigation Tabs are great & the training matrix that was included is a nice addition. Highly recommend their products.”

VERY THOROUGH

“It took a little longer than I expected but I didn’t skip anything. Very thorough in safety and hazards and made some good points on rigging and slings. Worth the money and it saved me a two hour trip to attend a two hour class!”

INSIGHTFUL

“This is amazing, in less than 3 hours I got everything done with a score of 97.5%. Training is awesome and the exam is very easy as long as you stay focused on what you are watching. Highly recommended. Thanks a million HARD HAT TRAINING.”

HIGHLY RECOMMEND

“I used Hard Hat for getting my crews trained on Excavators with their Excavator Trainer Kit. What an awesome program. I highly recommend this kit. Easily editable and easy to teach from. The easy Navigation Tabs are great & the training matrix that was included is a nice addition. Highly recommend their products.”

STRAIGHT FORWARD

“Straight forward material, easy to follow. No major improvements needed. – Chainsaw Course”

SPECIFIC MATERIAL

“It was all good, the pace was right, the material was all specific and easy to understand. – Chainsaw Course”

GREAT COURSE

“Great course! Thoroughly gives you what’s needed to be safe and know what you’re doing.”

IS SAFETY TRAINING REQUIRED?

In short, yes – safety training for any hazards that may be present in a work environment is required by law. Not only that, but OSHA-compliant training is required to keep employees safe in the workplace. Some employers settle for just providing a brief overview of how to be safe during onboarding.

This includes touring the workplace, pointing out hazards, and giving general advice on what is and isn’t safe to do. This type of training is referred to as a “makeshift session” and it doesn’t comply with OSHA’s standards. Employees who lack sufficient knowledge on the regulations that make a safe work environment have a far greater chance of being injured on the job.

What Type of Courses are Required?

Required Trainings


OSHA requires training for every hazard that may be present in one’s workplace. For high-risk environments such as construction or general industry, OSHA recommends training on what it refers to as the “fatal four”. These include falling hazards, struck-by hazards, caught-in/between (crushing) hazards, and electrocutions. These accidents tend to have the highest mortality rate of all hazards and require the most immediate attention.

Most machines and vehicles also require a great amount of attention when it comes to safety. For vehicles, this includes making sure they’re up-to-date on their safety measures (i.e. installing rollover protection on tractors) as well as making sure employees are trained on how to operate them safely. For machines, this usually means installing proper guarding, installing signs and warning labels, training employees on proper use, and providing them with protective equipment (i.e. earplugs or gloves).

Lastly, OSHA requires a competent person for first aid, CPR, and emergency action plans in most workplaces. These types of training can be useful in any work environment. Hazards such as a fire or CPR may not seem likely, however, disasters never happen when we expect them to. Therefore, preparing for the worst can help ensure the best outcome in any bad situation.

Premium Safety Training

Online Courses


Many times, an informal online course may be the best option for an employer to distribute safety training to their employees. If this is the case, our online safety courses are widely renowned! They provide employees with an interactive learning experience that can be used to train new recruits, provide remote training, or even refresher training for veteran employees.

Our goal is to keep employees safe and save employers money. Online courses are extremely cost-effective and provide you with an easy way to track your employee’s training. Online courses come with a record tracking system that provides access to all employee records. It also lets you access all employee certificates, records, observation guides, and more.

Likewise, on the employee’s end, many of our training courses can be completed in less than a day! The courses are interactive, organized, and memorable, allowing employees to implement everything they learn in their daily work environment. Each course is OSHA-compliant, meaning they’re written based on the laws and guidelines established by OSHA. This allows employees to benefit from the safe practices set in place by OSHA and helps employers pass OSHA safety inspections time and time again.

Plus, ordering online safety courses for large groups of employees may entitle you to a discount of up to 75% off! For more information, call our customer support team for rates, details, and budgets that fit your needs.

DIY Kits


There are many instances where an on-site trainer may not be appropriate or necessary for certain training topics. Other times, managers just want to provide training on their own, but might not know what to teach or where to even begin.

Our DIY kits provide you with everything you would normally receive from our on-site trainers. You’ll receive OSHA-compliant PowerPoint presentations that provide all the information your employees need in order to stay safe on the job.

The only difference is that you will be the one providing the training. Simply present the training, administer the exam, and issue the certificates to those who pass.

Train-the-Trainer Courses


Perhaps you would like to provide training to your employees, but you don’t feel confident in your ability to teach or you want to expand your own knowledge on what you will be teaching.

Our train-the-trainer courses can be added to our DIY-kits and are there to help you become a certified safety instructor. Simply choose from our menu of safety topics, take an online course, then start training!

The courses generally only take a few hours and end with an official certificate, validating you as a safety trainer. After that, you’re ready to lead your employees in keeping a safe and effective workplace.

Onsite Training


Our in-person trainers have accumulated over 15-years of training experience. They love what they do and are proficient teachers. They’re prepared to deliver a training experience that employees will always remember. Their training sessions include:

  • PowerPoints
  • Student manuals
  • A final exam
  • Safety posters
  • Wallet cards
  • Refresher training forms
  • Accident reports
  • Videos/clips
  • Much more!

Pricing may vary based on location and the amount of time you want the trainer to spend. Call for a quote for free or contact us through our website to find a time and price that works best for you.

OUR Top 10 Safety Courses

1. Rigger & Signal Person (Basic)

The rigger and signal person course is taught in basic, intermediate, and advanced levels. The basic course is intended to provide new signal persons an overview of everything they’ll be required to work with, as well as an in depth look at the job’s safety procedures. It is essential that a signal person is able to give clear, accurate, and appropriate signals that communicate the right ideas. Likewise, it’s important to know as a rigger how to properly maintain and secure the equipment you will work with. This course will give new employees everything they need to start the job safely.

2. Radiofrequency Awareness

Radiofrequency (RF) radiation is one of the most common and dangerous hazards when working near an RF source. This course focuses on the dangers that come from concentrated RF radiation such as sickness or radiation burns. It gives the viewer case studies on past incidents as well as solutions to keep each other safe.

3. Aerial Lift Operator

Mobile elevated work platforms (MEWPs) are part of the “fall hazard” category, which is responsible for a high percentage of workplace fatalities. Aerial lifts are used everywhere, making them the subject of many accident reports. This training discusses the anatomy and maintenance procedures to keep safe when working with MEWPs, as well as common hazards such as tipovers, powerline contact, or falling from the platform.

4. Telehandler Operator

Telehandlers are powerful vehicles that are as useful as they are hazardous. This training course helps employees become familiar with the machine by exploring both the interior and exterior parts of a telehandler. Telehandler operators need to know the limits of their vehicle to prevent tipping or dropping payloads. This course is designed to help employees become familiar with all the ins and outs of their machine.

5. CPR & First Aid

These courses are applicable anywhere and are incredibly useful in handling emergencies. Situations that require first aid and CPR can occur anywhere. This training teaches basic first aid skills that may be needed when doing any form of work. Its objective is to teach an employee how to preserve someone’s life until medical help can arrive.

6. Skid Steer Operator Training

Skid steers are versatile machines that play many roles in many environments. They have many attachments, each presenting unique hazards to be aware of. Their small frame and heavy loads, when misused, result in hundreds of accidents each year. This course reviews different ways skid steers are utilized, and serves to show the limits of what these machines can and can’t handle.

7. Excavator Operator Training

Excavator hazards usually involve digging, lifting, or demolishing. Operators need to be prepared during all kinds of tasks involving excavators. Even small mistakes can have severe consequences. This training goes over all the OSHA and ANSI standards to maintain safe conditions while using an excavator. It reviews common mistakes made with excavators, accident reports, and gives solutions to ensure employee safety.

8. Fall Protection

Fall hazards are another one of the most common fatal accidents in the workplace. Many work environments deal with working at great heights, particularly in construction. This training covers fall equipment, how to maintain it, common reasons for failures, and more.

9. Fire Watch

Fire watchers play a critical role in welding. It’s important that they are able to identify and mitigate hazards before they cause serious harm. This course teaches how to become a fire watcher, as well as how to conduct pre-shift inspections, prepare an area for hot work, and how to deal with certain hazards.

10. Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBPs) are a serious hazard and can happen anywhere. Oftentimes, serious diseases are contracted by tiny knicks and scratches that turn out to be life-altering. This course talks about the signs and symptoms of a few of the most common BBPs and how to prevent them. You will learn how to keep a clean and healthy work environment and how to improve employee hygiene to prevent the spread of disease.