Welcome to Brock Safety Consultants

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Our Mission

 Our goal is to work closely with you, our valued customer, in an effort to reduce your medical supply costs while offering the most premiere training opportunities available anywhere.  

Brock Safety Consultants is a Christian based service willingly working for man as though we were working for the Lord.

About Us

Advice of Experts

Thank you for your interest in Brock Safety Consultants, LLC. Brock Safety Consultants, a family owned training and supply company offers nearly a century of experience in public safety and healthcare. 

When you partner with Brock Safety Consultants you're partnering with experience and education in emergency medicine, fire prevention, OSHA Industrial Safety, forensic death investigation, Hazardous MAtereials, and law enforcement. 

Our team members maintain current licensure in public safety which is continuously renewed through continuing education hours approved and through FEMA, as well as state and federal levels of the Dept. of Homeland Security. 

Our team members at Brock Safety Consultants are those you've trusted over the years in your greatest time of need. We're firefighters, paramedics, EMTs, police officers , School Safety Specialists, Accident & Safety Inspectors,  and Hazardous Materials Specialists and Technicians, we're certified worksite safety inspectors and  educators  all committed to serve and protect. 

Our goal is to work closely with you, our valued customer, in an effort to reduce your medical supply costs while offering the most premiere training opportunities available anywhere. 

 Our partnership with J&B Medical Supply enables us to offer the greatest level of versatility anywhere. Our strengths include our wide array of training opportunities, as well as sales in the following markets: clinics, fire/EMS, hospitals, pharmacies, surgical centers, veterinary, athletics, nursing and assisted living, diagnostic imaging centers, correctional facilities, and mortuary services. If we don't have what you're looking for, we can get it!!!

No other service offers professional Public Safety Officers who have truly walked the walk to life safety and remain committed to walking that same walk with you in your safety needs. 

OSHA Facts & Figures

The U.S. Dept. of Occupational Safety & Health Administration estimates that employers pay almost $1 billion per week for direct Worker's Compensation costs alone. The costs of workplace injuries and illnesses include direct and indirect costs. Direct costs include Workers' Compensation payments, medical expenses, and costs for legal services. Examples of indirect costs include training replacement employees, accident investigation and implementation of corrective measures, lost productivity, repairs of damaged equipment and property, and costs associated with lower employee morale and absenteeism.Our experts at Brock Safety Consultants can save your company thousands of dollars with our mock OSHA inspections, training and record keeping programs, and established safety programs for a mere fraction of what OSHA fines and workers’ compensation claims may otherwise cost you, we at Brock Safety Consultants assist you, the employer in setting up the safe working environment that you’ve always desired while increasing employee morale and productivity.  Contact Brock Safety Consultants today for a free analysis of how we can save your company money while increasing the safety, morale, and productivity of your employees for pennies on the dollar of what OSHA penalties may otherwise result in. We look forward to hearing from you today.

Occupational Safety & Health


Why Is Occupational Safety & Health Important?

Safety is good business. According to OSHA and the U.S. Dept of Labor, an effective safety and health program can save four to six dollars for every one dollar invested. It's the right thing to do, and doing it right, pays off in lower costs, increased productivity, and higher employee morale. 

As an employer, you have a duty to protect your workers from injury and illness on the job. Protecting workers makes good business sense. the high costs of accidents & injuries, add up quickly, but substantial savings in workers' compensation and lost workdays are more than possible with training and services offered through training programs like those offered through Brock Safety Consultants. 

How can I reduce employee injuries and illnesses?

Compliance with OSHA rules is essential. Compliance along with an effective voluntary safety and health program can help reduce your costs and injuries and illnesses. A safety program custom designed for your company by Brock Safety Consultants for your facility focuses not only on potential hazards within the workplace but also employee training and required reporting in the event of an incident. 

How do I develop a Safe Workplace Program?

OSHA recommends that ach safety and health program should be uniquely tailored to fit the company, t blend with it's unique operations and culture, and to help employers maintain a system which continuously addresses workplace hazards. There are five elements that every effective program should have: management leadership and employee involvement, workplace analysis, hazard prevention and control, safety and health training and education, and program evaluation. At Brock Safety Consultants, we can help you overcome each obstacle in helping you custom design a more safer workplace which in turn aids in helping you protect your most valuable resources, your employees, your company, and your capitol. 

How can the employer help to ensure the safety of it's employees?

Section 5(a)(1) of OSHA's General Duty Clause cites that all employers must provide their employees with a place of employment that "is free from recognizable hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious harm to employees". 

What steps can you take to ensure the safety of your employees? 

  • Post the company's safety and health policy for all to see

  • Involve your employees in policy making on safety and health issues

  • Take an active part in safety issues

  • Hold meetings which focus on employee safety and health

  • Abide by and enforce all safety and health rules

  • Show your commitment by investing time, effort, and money in your company's safety and health program. 

What is a worksite safety analysis and how often do I have to do it?

A worksite safety analysis means that you, your employees, and one of our expert safety analyst perform a walk through analysis of your worksite to analyze all working conditions in an effort to eliminate current or potential unsafe working conditions. Such procedure should be conducted on a regular and timely basis. There should be a current hazard analysis for all jobs and processes that all employees know and understand. 

A worksite safety analysis sounds like alot of work

The time and effort invested into a worksite safety analysis can be lengthy at first, but becomes much easier and more able to adopt once that initial time and effort has been invested. 

The great thing about a worksite safety analysis is that it is highly profitable in so many ways!! 

A worksite safety analysis is a great investment in your most valuable resources; your personnel, your company, and your capitol. 

  • Safer working conditions increase employee morale as well as increased life safety. 

  • Safer working conditions help to protect your company from the destruction of a poor image or media coverage projected from bad press. 

  • Work place safety protects your capitol from OSHA fines and penalties as well as lost wages, increased insurance and Workers' Comp. and loss of production from a company being shut down due to OSHA investigation in the event of illness or injury. 

How can we help? 

Contact Brock Safety Consultants today for your FREE worksite safety analysis. There is no cost or obligation to buy.