In Greek mythology AEGIS was the shield of Zeus. In Egyptian ritual AEGIS was a great collar worn around the neck of the Pharaohs, in battle. In each tradition, AEGIS provided protection. And we at Aegis Dei are here to provide protection for you, and most importantly, your business.
How do we do that? Simply - training.
Whether a large or small company, educating your workforce increases productivity and efficiency. In turn, your business becomes more competitive in a local or global economy. By providing ongoing training and employee development, you initiate a long-term investment in the people on whom you depend. And by investing in them, morale and a positive work environment are maintained. This builds pride among your employees, and with pride comes loyalty. Aegis offers a wide selection of courses that will aid in broadening their knowledge of occupational safety issues. Your staff will not only be educated on how to avoid hazards, but more importantly, how to prevent them. And as we all know, reduced risk not only ensures safety but also equals greater profitability.
We at Aegis have the experience and training needed to assist your organization to remain compliant, consistent, and competitive.
We invite you to browse our site and discover the world of Aegis Dei.
United States Department of Labor division of OSHA does not recommend, approve, certify, or endorse individual trainers or training programs. It is OSHA's policy that the use of computer based training by itself is not sufficient to meet the intent of the HAZWOPER standards various training requirements…it is essential that the trainees have hands-on experience and exercises to provide an opportunity to become familiar with equipment and safe practices in a non-hazardous setting. The purpose of hands-on training is two-fold: first to ensure that the workers have an opportunity to learn by practical experience and second to assess whether workers have mastered the necessary skills. Also, it is critical that trainees have the opportunity to ask questions of a qualified instructor where material is unfamiliar to them. www.osha.gov/dte/training_faqs