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Suncoast Safety Council has discontinued our Occupational Safety Department as of June 30, 2018.

This change does not affect any other departments of Suncoast Safety Council. The DUI Program, Driver Education & Training, and Traffic School are unaffected.

Thank you for allowing Suncoast Safety Council to help keep your employees and workplaces safe.


Suncoast Safety Council: Over Fifty Years of Service

 

Since 1968, Suncoast Safety Council has been guided by its mission to support healthier, safer and more sustainable communities. Today, the organization serves as a comprehensive resource for safety information and safety education for all aspects of your daily lives on the road, at work, at home and at play.

From Driving Lessons and Ticket Classes to CPR Classes, Forklift Certifications, OSHA Training and more, Suncoast Safety Council serves as a valuable resource for all your personal and professional safety needs. And with our non-profit status, Suncoast Safety Council is able to provide the highest quality safety solutions at affordable prices to help you live safer and more productive lives.



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Suncoast Safety Tips

Listen Up

 

Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupational diseases. Always wear your recommended equipment to prevent hearing loss (canal caps, earplugs or earmuffs), which may vary depending on the noise level and work environment. If you are uncertain, ask. If you have to shout over noise to be heard on or off the job, that noise could be damaging your hearing.

 

 
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