Strategic Partners

The Alliance Safety Council (ASC) is a member-driven association providing online and instructor-led safety training and related services for its members and clients. ASC has 3 offices in the Baton Rouge, LA area and also partners with various other organizations in the US to deliver their various signature national safety training programs.

For more than 100 years, we have supported occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals in their efforts to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities. We provide education, advocacy, standards development and a professional community to our members in order to advance their careers and the OSH profession as a whole.  Our mission is simple: Protect people, property and the environment.
Aspen Risk Management Group is dedicated to providing effective safety, risk management, and human resources consulting & training services. We provide solutions that are realistic, long-lasting, and become embedded to an organization’s culture and operation. Our core purpose is to save lives, prevent injuries and illnesses, and protect our clients from harm.
The Certified Occupational Safety Specialist Program (COSS) – COSS is a unique, 40-hour certificate course designed for safety professionals and by safety professionals. The program is recognized nationwide for its rigorous standards and outstanding curriculum. COSS teaches practical knowledge that students can apply to their jobs immediately upon returning to work.
Sologic provides root cause analysis (RCA) training, software and services to help companies achieve business goals by solving challenging problems and preventing them from recurring. With eight offices around the world and service delivery in eight languages, our RCA solutions are built on over 20 years of field experience with clients worldwide – particularly to disciplines such as quality, safety, environmental, IT, reliability and maintenance, operations and logistics, and legal.  For more information, visit
(Education, Process Improvements, and Compliance for Environmental Risk Reduction)
EPIC’s goal is to reduce the most common hazardous waste, medical waste and hazardous materials violations found in the Biotech and R&D industry sector. The program is open to facilities primarily engaged in biotechnology and laboratory testing in the County of San Diego. Their objectives are: (1) Demonstrate that education and outreach can be effective tools in obtaining compliance from the regulated community; and (2) Establish a risk-based inspection process that can be used to assist in directing resources to areas of high risk and non-compliance. Results: The CUPA demonstrated a 56% decrease in Top 10 Violations between 2004 and 2006. In 2007, the CUPA established a Risk-Based Inspection Process described here.