OSHA Certification and Safety Training
DACG, Inc. General Contractor Adds OSHA Certification and Safety Training Services for Job Sites
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla. – DACG, Inc. has expanded its services to include OSHA 10 or 30 hours work site training for a construction organization’s employees and crew leaders.
DACG President Heather McCandless recently gained 500 hour OSHA certification and can now train and certify construction professionals who are required to have safety training and OSHA certification at the 10 or 30 hour levels.
“Most job sites require a minimum of 10 hours of safety training and OSHA certification,” explained McCandless, adding: “DACG can now offer this service to other organization and individuals before they can enter the construction site.”
The 10-hour training is typically for laborers and new employees, while the 30-hour training is usually for supervisors. As the OSHA-certified instructor at DACG, McCandless provides workers and employers with training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards on the job site.
“Workers who are more informed and aware of best safety practices are more productive and their crews have higher morale leading to better overall construction project outcomes from both an economic and social standpoint,” McCandless explained. She added all DACG employees have a minimum 10-hour OSHA training.
DACG President Heather McCandless can be reached at 407-960-4032, or contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. DACG is located at 983 Explorer Cove, Altamonte Springs, Fla. For more information about DACG, visit www.dacginc.com.