Safety Training Organizations Unite

Press Release
Thursday, January 10, 2013

Falck Alford announced it has completed the acquisition of Occupational Safety Training, Inc., a player in safety services within the gulf coast region.

Falck Alford, a company focused on continuously building diversified safety solutions, offers safety training, personnel services and compliance solutions on a global scale.

The acquisition of OST complements and expands Falck Alford’s footprint to reach new market opportunities and allow an even greater safety solution by integrating the existing offerings of both companies.  With this combination, customers are assured a high level of service and premium quality.

“This partnership will serve to extend our standing as an industry leader. Uniting our strengths effectively allows us to further solidify our commitment to safety through operational excellence, next-generation safety technology, and the overall competitive advantage of unmatched customer service,” said Bryan LeCompte, CEO of Falck Alford. 

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