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posted May 13, 2013, 8:50 AM by Andrew Manzo   [ updated May 14, 2013, 2:25 PM ]
    
The foremost objective of any business concern is to make money and expand the business. However, no business can operate for long without healthy and safe practices that keep employees operational in the most productive way. That is precisely the reason why companies invest thousands of dollars in making their processes safe and training employees in adopting them. CSEM established in 1992 offers a broad range of safety, health and environmental training and consulting services including training in blast and explosives, elevators, fire prevention, trenching safety etc. CSEM was founded by industry professionals with over 30 years of experience in the field. CSEM, Inc. develops high-quality safety programs for industry, corporate and government agencies. They have to their credit many accolades, including government grants.

    CSEM has created an independent corporation with a strong state university affiliation. It is a not a non for profit organization however it does society a huge favor by training people in all areas of safety such as ladder safety, trenching safety, welding and cutting etc. A complete list of training topics is available on the website. CSEM staff have extensive knowledge and keep a close eye on future trends and plans of government offices and large private sector firms to outsource safety requirements. CSEM’s staff strives to create customized programs that address each client’s specific needs while enhancing the overall safety culture. The goal of the organization is to increase safety awareness and improve industry standards. No area is too small or too big for CSEM, from trenching safety to electrical awareness. A trench is a narrow channel that is deeper than it is wide, made below the ground level. An excavation is any man-made hole or trench that is made by removing earth. Trenching is recognized as one of the most hazardous construction activities. The greatest risk in trenching is a cave-in.

    Even a small job can present serious safety hazards. The key to preventing this type of accident is good planning and inculcating trenching safety practices. Trenching safety is a detailed technical field. A trenching safety program must include a competent person to inspect, on a daily basis, trenches for possible cave-ins, failures of protective systems and equipment, hazardous atmospheres, or other hazardous conditions. Protective systems, on the other hand, are methods of protecting workers from cave-ins of material that can fall into an excavation, or from the collapse of soil structures. Protective systems include shoring, sheeting, shielding, sloping, and benching. Over 95% of corporate safety programs are reactive, in response to an accident  Such a high rate of industrial accidents, coupled with safety regulations from many government agencies, provides CSEM a huge market in the future. CSEM works for both the insurance carriers and the insured to assure that additional exposures and financial losses are minimized. The continuing mission of CSEM, Inc. is to provide high-caliber safety training and consulting to all business entities, and covers all safety topics from trenching safety to noise protection. The company website has detailed information on different types of trainings that can be carried out depending on the customer requirements.