About the Safety Council

Safety Council

Three Rivers Safety Council

Established in 1993, the Three Rivers Safety Council was created to certify craftsmen of independent contractors to perform work at member plants. The Safety Center has trained 130,000+ workers and on-the-job industries declined eight-fold.


The Three Rivers Safety Council has three classrooms, a computer lab and a room to allow for scaffold training to be performed. The safety council’s classrooms are set up to allow between 24 to 100 students to partake in training. Our main classroom houses 36 computers to allow for students to complete their training all in one classroom. Every room is equipped with up-to-date equipment and machines to ensure the best training from our staff. Our computer lab is constantly being updated to ensure that our 58 computers are staying up-to-date with the needs of the safety council.