Z-Tech Training Supports National Safe at Home Week

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National Safe at Home Week is August 26-30. Z-Tech Training encourages support of this observation.

Though Z-Tech Training is a company that simplifies safety training and organization in the workplace, they also support safe habits in the home. During National Safe at Home Week, from August 26-30, Z-Tech wants to encourage individuals to adopt safety measures at home.

According to the National Safety Council, it is estimated that 245 people die of unintentional injuries in their homes and communities every day. The NSC offers a wide variety of home safety tips on their website, http://www.nsc.org, from school safety tips to family safety training. Some of their tips include: becoming trained in CPR, first aid and AED, having hands-on experience with fire extinguishers, learning to swim and making sure smoke and carbon monoxide testers have new batteries.

Z-Tech Training offers training for safety in the workplace to prevent injury and time-loss, which can potentially cost a company millions of dollars. Z-Tech Training’s safety principals taught in their CD-Rom program can apply in the home. By being organized and prepared in the home, just as in the workplace, safety can be ensured.

Z-Tech Training’s CD-Rom system combines 37 years of experience in training and safety research into one user-friendly source for workplace safety training. For more information and to check out what the CD has to offer, visit their website: http://www.z-techtraining.com/.

About the company:
From an office to a shop floor, to an outside construction site, to driving a truck, Z-Tech Training has had the privilege to work with some great companies and people. From teachers, friends and co-workers, and even strangers, there is always something to learn from someone. Z-Tech offers business consulting solutions as well as workplace safety training. Whether it’s to start a career or to jump start one, employees may need to make adjustments to present work situations and Z-Tech Training has the answers. For more information, visit their website.

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