Have a safety question? Need help with OSHA compliance? Interested in safety programs personalized for your business?
LWCC Safety Consultants are here for you!
Our experienced team is dedicated to understanding your operations and customizing recommendations to meet your needs.
Give us a call or drop us a line to learn more! We can be reached Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
800-227-4969 | email@example.com
LWCC: Your Partner in Safety
Preventing workplace accidents is the surest way to minimize your cost of workers’ comp. LWCC is committed to assisting you with developing a safe and productive work environment. To demonstrate this commitment to you, our safety services are available to our policyholders at no additional charge.
Experienced Staff of Safety Professionals
The cornerstone of our safety efforts is our team of consultants located throughout the state to serve you and your employees. We believe it is important to visit your work environment to fully understand your organization’s operations. This type of consultation will allow us to partner with you in meeting your safety and risk management needs.
LWCC provides a variety of free, value-added resources including the following:
- Streaming Video Service
- Online Safety Training Courses – Contact Safety Services to enroll your employees.
- Online Training
- Sample Forms and Programs
- Virtual Driver Simulator
- Workplace Safety Posters
- Safety Meeting Guides
- Mobile Safety Training Center
You can order videos as well as download safety meetings and forms from LWCC Interactive, our free, 24-hour password protected website developed exclusively for our policyholders and agent partners.
Make Safety Part of Your Culture
A successful safety and risk management program requires detailed planning, careful implementation and employers and employees who are committed to a strong safety culture. We at LWCC are committed to supporting you in developing your safety program and culture to its fullest potential.
Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA)
Under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act, employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace. Click here for a short summary of key employer responsibilities under OSHA law.