Introduction to OSHA Standards

Safety Expert, Gerry Marzilli, from We Make RI, explains the latest OSHA initiatives as part of OSHA Safe + Sound Week including: heat related illness standards, powered industrial truck operation, job safety analysis, and OSHA record keeping.


2-Hour Brunch and Learn

(Virtual Session- Held the 3rd Wednesday of every month, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.)

Keep your staff up-to-date with the latest safety initiatives. In this 2-hour, virtual seminar, learn about the latest OSHA standards in record keeping and hazard communications. New updates have just been released. Is your company aware of new procedures? OSHA fines are up to $14,000 per event for all companies with more than 19 employees. Sign-up for our next session to make sure you’re covered.

$25/per registration



Forklift Training Re-Certification

(On-Site- Half-day, 4 hour session)

This on-site training session is open to any Rhode Island manufacturer that regularly uses a factory forklift. Forklift certification is only good for 3 years. To recertify, OSHA authorized instructor, Gerry Marzilli, will offer an on-site course that includes a classroom session, a classroom evaluation, and a hands on driving test. At completion, trainees will receive an updated forklift certification card good for 3 years. Open to 10 participants per session.

$75/attendee. Contact Gerry Marzilli directly at 401-232-0077 x 102 to schedule your Forklift Training.

Setting up your Safety Team

(On site, 21 weeks. Sessions meet every other week throughout the year for 1-2 hours per session.)

Open to any Rhode Island Manufacturer with 5 or more enrollees. This course covers everything your team needs to know to be OSHA compliant. The more people in your company who know your safety regulations, the less likely you are to have accidents and workers’ comp cases.

Training sessions meet at your facility once every two weeks as follows:

  • 6 Weeks – Behavioral Training – 1 hr sessions
  • 8 Weeks – Topical Safety Training – 1 hr sessions
  • 2 Weeks – First Aid/CPR Training – 2 hr sessions
  • 5 Weeks – OSHA 10 – 2 hr sessions

You can register for only the sessions you need, or split sessions between employees.

To set-up your custom training program, contact Gerry Marzilli at 401-232-0077 x 102. Successful participants receive an OSHA 10 Gen ID and a National Safety Council First Aid/CPR AED


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