Joe Daugherty, Founder and Owner
Ensuring the health and safety of employees is more crucial than ever during the “Great Resignation” and subsequent talent shortage. Many companies are now scrambling to find skilled professionals and quickly and adequately train their temporary workers in workplace safety. Success comes by partnering with experienced safety consultants.
A frontrunner in the space is DFW Safety Consulting, a safety consultancy and training service firm that provides the benefits of a positive safety culture with results. Born as a brainchild of Joe Daugherty, a passionate safety professional with decades of industry experience, the company specializes in helping businesses ensure safety within their organization. Team DFW excels at supporting its clients’ efforts to improve employee safety, enhance productivity, and prevent legal liabilities. The company fosters a culture of safety that stays with employees for the rest of their careers.
“Our goal is to prioritize our clients’ safety requirements and help them succeed,”says Daugherty, Founder and Owner of DFW Safety Consulting
DFW uses its comprehensive facility and equipment inspection services to evaluate a client’s current workplace safety programs. The company’s team of highly trained and knowledgeable field auditors inspects customers’ sites to identify existing workplace safety gaps.
Based on this information, DFW customizes its services to meet the client’s safety needs and business imperatives. All its services and programs are on par with industry standards, in compliance with OSHA requirements, and meet all regulatory mandates.
DFW excels with its ability to cater to all health and safety aspects as they relate to every employee on a client’s payroll. Its industry-agnostic suite of services enables the company to be the go-to partner for a wide variety of organization. Its clientele encompasses a range of industries, including construction, petrochemical, refinery, paper-pulp, commercial, nuclear, environmental remediation, hospital, power plants, assembly and manufacturing, and food processing.
“We believe that workplace safety is a culture and a way of life, and we always strive to improve workplace safety with our industry best training practices,” says Daugherty.
DFW’s extensive service portfolio is instrumental in helping organizations struggling with their employee’s behavioral-based safety concerns. The company excels at training them on how to safely operate each device and equipment used in various industry verticals. It has also opened several equipment-training institutes across the U.S. to provide training with a more holistic approach.
We believe that workplace safety is a culture and a way of life, and we always strive to improve workplace safety with our industry best training
The company’s expertise includes providing OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 training for entry-level workers, educating them about potential workplace hazards and how to avoid them. It also provides counseling on behavioral-based safety for new hires for every certification required by OSHA. Employees work safely, avoiding accidents, earning employers more credibility, productivity, and profitability.
As a full-service safety provider, DFW also offers on-site drug testing with the help of a Medical Review Officer.
Eighty percent of DFW’s clients come from referrals—a testament to its training knowledge, compassion for work, and ability to provide practical solutions in potentially risky situations. The company’s efforts to go beyond profitability and contribute efficiently to the health and safety of workers make it a training and consultancy provider meeting the demands of a new world.