Frequently Asked Questions Get quick answers to our most common questions
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Let us know today. Call us at 1-888-872-3012 or email us at info@natlsafety.com. We'll see what we can do about it! We base our locations on demand and would love to visit new cities!
We offer a 100% Money-Back guarantee for all of our courses! But rest assured, with the quality of our trainers, you will leave the class pleased with the information you have gained and the time you have spent attending the class.
Please phone our office and let us know your situation. In-house training is definitely an option. Discounts can be offered for groups of trainees over 10 people.
No problem. For a full refund or to apply your payment to a future course date, please contact us at least five business days prior to the course date.
If you cannot make the class, feel free to substitute a coworker in your place.
A cancellation fee of $125 will be charged for registrations cancelled less than five business days prior to the course date.
No shows will be charged the full course cost.
Come comfortable and ready to learn. Let us do the rest! Our instructors offer a relaxed and enjoyable day. Lunch, refreshments, and any materials (e.g. pen) will be provided.
Fast Facts A short list of things you should know
  • An OSHA willful violation has a mandatory fine of $70,000, criminal convictions, and up to 25 years of imprisonment!
    (29 CFR 1903)
  • Did you know 80% of all OSHA violations are document-related violations?
  • OSHA updates the Cranes and Derricks regulation, heightening the requirements of operator qualification / certification & assembly and disassembly.
  • Is your company recording workplace accidents correctly? The majority of companies record their OSHA injuries incorrectly on the 300 log, which triggers an OSHA inspection and increases premiums!
  • Unfortunately, 4,547 workers died on the job in 2010; that works out to over 12 employees not returning home after a day's work!
    (Latest BLS Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries)
  • The majority of fatal falls occur under 12 feet or less. Do you know why?