Acuity Loss Control Representatives work with you to help guide you in achieving safety goals.
Reps provide on-site consultation on a variety of safety topics including slip/fall prevention, back injury prevention, fleet safety, ergonomics, safety policies and procedures, and many more. In addition, they provide insights on OSHA regulations, DOT and FMCSA requirements, NFPA fire codes, and other regulatory issues.
Loss Control Representatives can provide customers with on-site training on a wide variety of topics such as supervisory safety training sessions, employee and driver training, and safety meetings. We also offer the OSHA 10-hour Course to our customers, delivered by authorized instructors.
We offer a variety of safety resources that our customers can access to develop or enhance their company safety policies, procedures, and training. Self-inspection checklists guide walk-around inspections that help identify and correct hazards to prevent accidents.
We offer our customers instant access to J.J. Keller’s complete Video on Demand library including supporting collateral such as Instructor Guides, Quizzes, Handouts, and more. Select from hundreds of titles in the Construction, Driver/DOT, Hazmat, HR & Legal Compliance, and Workplace Safety Market Niches.
www.osha.gov (Occupational Safety & Health Administration)
www.nsc.org (National Safety Council)
www.nfpa.org (National Fire Protection Agency)
www.fmcsa.dot.gov (Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration)
https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/ (National institute for Occupational Safety and Health)
www.cdc.gov (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
www.aapcc.org (American Association of Poison Control Centers)
http://www.keeptruckingsafe.org (Keep Trucking Safe)
http://www.bls.gov/ (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
http://www.usfsafetyflorida.com/ (Building your own safety program)
Other things you might be interested in.
Have questions? We have answers.
No – there is no additional charge for loss control representatives to visit a customer’s location.
Our reps have an average of 27 years experience. Loss control reps have a bachelors degree in safety and certifications such as an associate in risk management and certified safety professional. Some are also authorized OSHA outreach trainers.
Check out the links above to check out official safety and regulation websites.
Use the link www.nfpa.org and serach the site for the fire protection related information that you need.