Premier Safety Solutions specializes in full service Safety Program management and provides cost effective assistance to employers in their endeavor to create a safe and healthful workplace for their employees.

What makes us different?

Premier Safety Solutions creates a standard of excellence by approaching safety with a positive attitude.

Positive reinforcement encourages management leadership and worker participation in creating and keeping a safe workplace. Safe work habits must become a part of the normal everyday routine.

Premier Safety Solutions provides their clients with high level safety training and specialized knowledge and understanding of OSHA regulations.




  • Trenching & Excavation Awareness & Competent Person
  • First Aid, CPR & AED Training
  • Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift) Operator Certification
  • Scaffold Awareness & Competent Person
  • OSHA Construction 10 & 30 Hour
  • Heavy Equipment Operator Safety Awareness
  • Aerial Work Platform Safety Training
  • Fall Protection Safety Awareness
  • Confined Space Awareness Training & Mock Rescue Exercise


  • Safety & Health Programs
  • HAZCOM / SDS Programs
  • Activity Hazard Analysis
  • Onsite Safety Surveys
  • Random Employee Drug Screening
  • Respirator Medical Review & Fit Testing




Plan & Prevent Workplace Accidents

Complacency Is Dangerous

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines “complacency” as, “self-satisfaction especially when accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies”. When it comes to safety, complacency is dangerous. There is no doubt that numerous near misses and accidents occur...

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Tragic Facts of Excavations & Trenches

In the State of Maryland 94 workers were killed in excavation/trenching accidents from 2011-2015 This averages to be 19 FATALITIES PER YEAR 12% of those that were killed were self employed All but one was a male All of these fatalities could have been PREVENTED. ...

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The Facts About Falls

Falls are the LEADING cause of DEATH among construction workers 350 FATALITIES from falls occurred in the construction industry in 2015 – that is almost 1 per day. Workers 45-54 years of age are the most likely to DIE from a fall while working in construction. More...

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