Safety for Head Start, School, and Child & Youth Service Providers

Coffee Bagel Breakfast Donuts Bakery - bagel @kisspngOur Safe People – Safe Places model, integrated with child and youth safety practices helps to achieve regulatory and best practice success while implementing loss reduction techniques.  We offer both annual service plans and individual services.
Annual Plan:  For about the cost of a cup of coffee and bagel per month/per employee, the annual service program combines onsite inspections, a review of written safety plans, and annual training.  That's right, for about $1.50 a week/per employee*, a written safety program, site safety inspections (including playground), and training is included.  (*cost based 25 employee minimum)
For example the annual plan includes:
  • Written Injury and Illness Prevention Plan and Codes of Safe Practices (new plan or annual update)
  • Written Playground Safety Plan (new plan or annual update)
  • Online "Ask a Safety Coach" (valued at $1,200 year)
  • Onsite safety walk-through
  • Industry-specific Webinars
  • Annual Safety Training (additional/optional training available)
Individual  Safety Solutions Include:
  • Additional safety training, either onsite or online via Webinar
  • Safety Coaching Center and workplace safety resources
  • Onsite and remote ergonomics
  • ERGOhealthy ergonomics resource center and Ask a ERGOhealthy Coach
  • Advanced safety training for managers and supervisors including educators
  • Disaster and emergency plan development, implementation, and training
  • Playground safety inspections and plan development
  • General safety and risk management support
  • Carrier, broker, and agent support services for their clients (see Who We Serve)

Led by Craig Larson, Certified Playground Safety Inspector (CPSI) and working as an experienced workplace safety leader, he has held a range of positions at organizations including Neighborhood House Association (800+ employees) where he managed safety compliance and workplace safety best practices.
He has helped formulate safety, risk management, and disaster preparedness plans in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards as well as California Community Care Licensing requirements. As a Certified Playground Safety Inspector he has designed and inspected well over 100 playgrounds to ensure compliance with Consumer Product Safety Commission and American Society of Testing and Materials.
Webinars - 2018

OSHA Updates for Head Start, Child Care, School, and Youth Service Providers

December 12, 2018, 10AM to 11AM.  Register here:
Join us for our OSHA Update Webinar to help meet the challenges for 2019.


Webinar Recordings
How to Build a Highly Effective Workplace Safety Program

Creating a Successful Playground Safety Program