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I would like to thank you for your interest in SAFTENG.net and ask that you read this ENTIRE page carefully before making your decision to join. After reading this ENTIRE page, you will be provided a link to go to the payment page should you decide to join. This site, my weekly safety newsletters, and weekly incident alerts are all done by me. This site is not associated with any type of business and I do all the work myself as a labor of love to the safety profession. This means that a newsletter or two may arrive over the weekend, rather than on their regularly scheduled Friday's and you may only get one edition of the Incident Alerts one week (or two) during the year. Thanks again for your interest and support! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Bryan

Membership Rules:

  1. NEW Single User Memberships are $100 (US Dollars) for the first year and annual renewals are $30 if paid online with a credit card and $25 if paid by check or money order.

    1. NOTE:  I do give out FREE memberships to several groups and to those who CONTRIBUTE safety materials that can be posted on the site for others to use.  Click Here to see who is eligible for a FREE membership and how ANYONE can be a contributor of safety materials and receive a FREE MEMBERSHIP in return for their contribution.

  2. If you would like to purchase a Corporate Membership, there are two levels:

    0-10 Users = $200.00/year

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  3. Your membership is 365 days from the day you make payment.

  4. Your membership gets you access to the members area of the website. This does NOT sign you up for the FREE Weekly Safety Newsletter or Incident Alerts; you will need to sign up for these e-mails Here.

  5. Members are allowed to use the materials published through the website within their own immediate organization (e.g. plant site, facility, etc.) as LONG as they have an ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP.  Once your membership expires, so do the rights to use the SAFTENG.net materials. Your "membership" does NOT grant you "ownership" of the SAFTENG.net Materials; those rights stay with the contributor of the material(s).

  6. The materials published through SAFTENG.net (e.g. newsletters, incident alerts and materials found on the website) can NOT be used to promote any type of business.

  7. PLEASE read the "USAGE RIGHTS" of the materials on SAFTENG.NET BEFORE making your payment.

What you get with your membership:

  • thousands of real-life, un-doctored photos of unsafe acts and conditions

  • thousands of real-life, un-doctored photos of injuries to workers - many of which are graphic in nature

  • hundreds of comical and some-what safety related photos and cartoons

  • hundreds of videos and PowerPoint presentations related to safety

  • a Weekly Safety Newsletter (50 weeks a year) that tracks safety issues and news that face safety professionals (the newsletter is directed towards USA businesses, but I do include world safety issues often).

  • a Daily Incident Alert service (2 X week - 50 weeks/year) that tracks occupational incidents around the world. The incidents are provided in an e-mail 2 times a week and are broken down into four categories: Industrial, Construction, Workplace Violence, and Miscellaneous incidents.

  • special safety campaigns such as the National Fire Prevention Week, 3D - Month in December focusing on impaired driving, National Child Passenger Safety week in February focusing on child seats and booster seats, National Workplace Eye Safety Month, and many more throughout the year

  • Seatbelt and Impaired Driving Information section with dozens of educational and graphic photos

  • and much much more...over 10GB of materials (as of 6/01/12).

 
 

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What They Are Saying About Us...

"Bryan worked for me during the time we were both employed at a Great Lakes Chemical Company plant in Omaha. He led the effort to develop a world class safety program in the factory. I found Bryan to be an extremely high principled individual, with boundless energy and a high level of credibility...

Dale Fannin
Date: Apr 01, 2010