Health & Safety Institute (HSI), a leader in Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) software, training and compliance services, today announced a partnership with CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA), a provider of excess insurance services developed to help California public agencies proactively control losses and prepare for various risk exposures.
The partnership will combine the strengths of HSI’s SafeTec Compliance Systems safety data sheet (SDS) management solutions and CPR and first aid training from its National Training Solution to assist EIA members with consistent quality compliance services. This establishes HSI as one of EIA’s Partner Programs, providing exclusive rates to its members.
“The partnership program with the EIA gives HSI the opportunity to help EIA’s members manage challenging compliance issues; delivering solutions aimed at making their workplace and community safer,” says Craig Mordi, Senior Vice President of Sales for HSI. “We are grateful for the opportunity and look forward to working closely with the EIA and its members.”
“The EIA is excited to announce its partnership with HSI. Under the terms of this relationship, EIA members throughout California, will have access to a powerful, safety SDS management system. In addition, HSI will provide personalized, first aid and CPR training. These new services are two more examples of the valuable risk management resources available to members of the EIA. I am hopeful, this is just the beginning of a fruitful, long term relationship,” said Charles Williams, EIA Loss Prevention Services Manager.
The Health & Safety Institute (HSI) is a family of well-known and respected brands in the Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) space. Its brands span the broad range of needs in EH&S – from emergency care training; to workplace safety training, tracking and reporting; to the management of chemical inventories through software tools and services.
HSI is majority owned by The Riverside Company, an operationally oriented global private equity firm founded in 1988. For more information, visit https://www.hsi.com/.
About CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA)
Founded in 1979, CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA) finds cost effective insurance solutions and risk management services for public agencies throughout California. The EIA is a member directed insurance risk sharing pool, dedicated to providing the best coverage programs, from Workers’ Compensation and General Liability to Health and Dental. The EIA also works to provide trainings and risk management services for counties, cities, educational organizations, and other special districts throughout the state.