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Construction Supplier Selects Dsyfer For OSHA Safety Program.

Dsyfer - the leading platform for policy management and educational training.

The importance of new and on-going employee OSHA training informs employees that a company has a strong interest in their safety and wellbeing. This commitment to regular safety training increases trust, boosts morale, increases productivity, and reduces the number of on-site accidents.

After successfully implementing a COVID-19 program utilizing Dsyfer, a large

construction supplier has found significant value in automating their OSHA safety program. "Dsyfer provides a clear systematic approach to meeting the complex regulatory demands like OSHA and allows organizations to meet those demands while reducing administrativeoverhead." stated Rusty McCurdy, CEO of Sybersafe. The construction industry is required to demonstrate compliance with numerous OSHA regulations. When these regulations are not followed, steep penalties and fines can be imposed by government regulators.

The American workforce faced a challenge unlike any other as the coronavirus pandemic impacted workplace safety and health in unprecedented ways. OSHA acted quickly to protect the nation's workers through outreach and education efforts, ensuring compliance with agency standards, and collaboration with federal, state, and local sanitization and health and safety policies.

The Dsyfer team is honored to be an integral part of workplace safety and is proud to deliver important safety programs to American workers. Dsyfer was among the first to provide COVID-19 safety programs free of charge to schools, which enabled teachers to continue the vital role of educating our children while protecting their health.

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About Sybersafe

Founded in 2017, Sybersafe is the worldwide leader in software solutions that allow organizations to put “Accountability into Action”. Our company’s flagship product, Dsyfer is the leading platform for policy education with a behavioral-change management solution.


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