Safety Sanity reveals its management solution for small businesses

Union Democrat staff

Safety Sanity, an OSHA compliance web-based software company, announced the release of its comprehensive online safety management solution for small to mid-sized California companies.

Safety Sanity is an online application that delivers businesses the tools needed to manage OSHA compliance and includes:

• Customized Safety Program Generation

• Inspection and Training Checklists

• Regulation Updates & E-mail Alerts

• Accident Tracking and OSHA 300 Log

Safety Sanity is the first online service that is tailored to each specific business and their personal Cal/OSHA requirements. The software covers all Cal/OSHA regulations.

"Let us take the worry and confusion out of creating and managing your safety programs. All for pennies compared to a bad visit from Cal/OSHA," said Todd Trask, CEO of Safety Sanity.

Safety Sanity kicked off the release by attending the 2011 AgSafe Conference in Monterey, and plan to attend more Safety Conferences in a wide range of industries. For specific dates please refer to www.safetysanity.com .

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