Free Safety Portal Resource Built for Members by Members
AFSA’s member-only safety resource, afsasafetyportal.com, is a virtual library that delivers the accident-prevention and safety-related information you need to educate your staff, help prevent claims, and create a safe work environment. Whether members are in need of OSHA regulations, workplace safety posters, or even loss statistics to better prepare their staff, AFSA’s Safety Portal helps to make your place of business and job sites safe and compliant.
Developed by the AFSA Insurance & Safety Committee in partnership with Blue River Underwriters, an AFSA-endorsed insurance partner, AFSA’s online Safety Portal is a customized safety website built with the specific needs of fire sprinkler contractors in mind. With over 1,000 resources and references, AFSA’s Safety Portal aims to address some of the key issues in fire sprinkler construction safety today, such as electrical safety, ladder safety, loss control, personal protection, and vehicle safety.
“This site is a one-stop shop for our members’ safety needs,” says Kevin Korenthal, AFSA manager of chapter relations. “In addition to AFSA’s Toolbox Talks, there is a wealth of resources from state and national organizations as well as governmental entities. This includes best practices, bulletins, employee handouts, employer programs, infographics, sample forms, and much more. AFSA chapters can easily utilize this resource for member services and meetings.”
This new member-only website proactively delivers the accident-prevention and safety-related information members need to educate their staff, help prevent claims, and create a safe work environment. In addition to expanding upon AFSA’s popular Toolbox Talks, a weekly safety series custom tailored for the fire sprinkler industry, the Safety Portal also provides a wealth of practical resources from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Department of Labor (DOL), the Center for Construction Research and Training, the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health, the National Safety Council, and many others.
AFSA members must log in to the safety portal website to access the tools and programs available. Check out the trending topics to see some of the key issues in construction safety. Download the safety program for your staff, custom tailored for the fire sprinkler industry or just create your own from the wealth of resources available on the site. A safer business means a better business. Check out all the resources available online at afsasafetyportal.com.