About Us


  • 15+ years of training expertise — Whatever your unique situation is, we can handle it and make the training go smoothly.
  • OSHA compliant training that doesn’t put everyone to sleep; we work with you to create a unique training experience specific to your needs.
  • Competitive pricing; lets get the conversation started, we’ll work with your budget!
  • Train on the actual equipment your guys will use on the job.
  • We offer Awareness, Authorized and Competent Person classes
  • With our flat rate option there will be no charge for additional students

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We offer full-day and half-day classes depending on your exact training needs, the equipment being used and the number of trainees you have. We can even combine classes to fit limits imposed by time or budgets. Additionally, our per-day flat rate can be a cost-effective way for your company to get the training you need and save money. 

With backgrounds in Occupational Safety & Health, Surface Mining, Commercial & Residential Construction, Industrial Operations, Communications, Dispatch Engineering, and Adult Education, our highly skilled staff has the experience to make the safety consulting & training within your organization well rounded and effective.  Desert Valley Safety's founder has worked in the above mentioned industries for more than 20 years and has been a leader in personal training to change the safety culture and affect behavior based safety.  This experience brings a unique perspective to our company that branches out into everything we do.


  • Save lives
  • Reduce Incidents
  • Reduce injuries
  • Increase your safety knowledge
  • Increase your safety credentials
  • Avoid OSHA & MSHA fines


The failure of many employers to prevent millions of work injuries and illnesses each year, and the failure of the broken workers' compensation system to ensure that workers do not bear the costs of their injuries and illnesses, are truly adding inequality to injury.  More can, and must be done.  The acceptable number of work injuries, especially fatal work injuries, is zero.  Many employers strive to prevent all injuries and illnesses while others do not.