Our mission is to provide our customers with a proactive approach to work place safety and compliance solutions.

All companies have a responsibility for their employees' safety under Federal OSHA & MSHA regulations. It is a company's responsibility to provide training, safe conditions, safe equipment, and procedures to do the work in a safe manner. Safe work places do not eliminate hazards but they manage and minimize the risk of harm from the hazards. Our goal is to help employers manage the risks and respond to their responsibilities with training and audits that will enhance the safety of the workplace and improve the bottom line.


• OSHA Compliance for General Industry
• OSHA Compliance for the Construction Industry
• MSHA Compliance
• First Aid Training and Certification for your employees
• Training can be performed at your facility at times convenient for your busy workplace
• Evidence that required training was conducted
• Training includes classroom instruction & hands on practice as required
• Training will evaluate the competency of your employee
• Training is the employers key to compliance in the event of an OSHA/MSHA inspection.

"I have used CIS since 1997 to meet my OSHA training requirements. CIS training is direct, to the point and leaves me with documented training records for my files. CIS knows what we need so I can concentrate on running my business."

         Jerry Redetzke
         JR Manufacturing



  • Safety Program Evaluation
  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Safety Compliance Audits
  • Written Safety Programs
  • Powered Industrial Truck
        Operator Training
  • Workplace Evaluations
  • Environmental Management
        Systems (ISO 14001)
  • Quality Management
        Systems (ISO 9000)
  • Lock Out/Tag Out Training
  • Overhead Crane Safety
  • Hazardous Communication
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Ergonomic Evaluations
  • Walking and Working Surfaces
  • MSDS File Maintenance
  • New Hire Orientation
  • Accident Investigation
  • Hazard Assessment
  • Fall Protection Programs