Our extensive range of courses covers all essential aspects of workplace safety, from basic safety protocols to advanced risk management strategies. Whether you are looking to enhance your team’s understanding of occupational hazards, improve emergency response capabilities, or comply with industry-specific safety regulations, Centuries of Safety has the expertise to guide you every step of the way.

One of our key differentiators is our ability to create tailored training programs that address the unique requirements of your organization. We understand that each workplace is different, with its own set of challenges and safety concerns. By collaborating closely with you, we can develop customized courses that focus on the specific risks and scenarios your employees may encounter, ensuring that they are well-prepared to maintain a safe working environment.

Our instructors are the cornerstone of our training programs. Each member of our teaching team brings over 30 years of industry experience, providing them with unparalleled insights and practical knowledge. Their extensive backgrounds enable them to deliver training that is not only theoretically sound but also grounded in real-world applications. This ensures that participants gain valuable skills and knowledge that can be immediately applied in their daily work.

At Centuries of Safety, we are committed to fostering a culture of safety within your organization. Our goal is to empower your workforce with the tools and knowledge they need to prevent accidents, respond effectively to emergencies, and create a safer, more productive workplace. Let us partner with you to build a robust safety program that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.

Effective Safety

Fundamentals of Effective Training​

Safety starts with effective training. An employee must know what hazards they are working with and how best to mitigate the dangers. They should also be trained how to react to an emergency situation should any of the negative, hazardous scenarios occur.

Effective Supervision​

Training is not the end of the manager’s job. An employee must be supervised to ensure they are carrying out their tasks as they have been trained to do them. A manager must be aware of shortcuts employees may be tempted to take due to factors such as restricted access or climate and reinforce the safety lessons where necessary.


In many environments, safety is the responsibility of the team and members rely on one another to stay safe. Explore how to make your team run like the proverbial “well-oiled machine” while maintaining the safety standards required for your project.