Safety Si! Delivers Interactive Presentation

Author, Alyssa Burley, Client Services Coordinator, Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, Inc.

Javier Mendez speaking in front of crowd at the Safety Si! workshop on Friday, April 27, 2018.

Javier Mendez speaking in front of crowd at the Safety Si! workshop on Friday, April 27, 2018.

Landscape and construction contractors from across San Diego County gathered on Friday, April 27, 2018 for the Safety Si! workshop hosted by Rancho Mesa Insurance Services, Inc. at San Diego Christian College.

In general, safety training can be boring, like traffic school. But, if you go to comedy traffic school, it can be fun and interesting. That’s the tactic taken at Safety Si! They make safety fun, interesting, and proactive. And, they stress that the employee’s safety is important at work and at home.

Bi-lingual training sessions (i.e., Spanish and English) overcome many of the cultural and language barriers of Hispanic employees, and often open new lines of communication between these employees and their supervisors and managers.

Safety Si! believes their unique approach to employee training will make a positive difference in hazard identification and corrections, reducing accidents, lowering the experience modification, and improving employee morale.

Their goal is to help increase the employer's profit by decreasing the worker's compensation costs.

Their programs are designed to: 

  • Lower worker's compensation insurance premiums by reducing the number of injuries, lost-time accidents and claims.
  • Increase company morale and loyalty by demonstrating your interest in the safety and well-being of your employees.
  • Increase productivity by identifying and correcting unsafe, wasteful and hazardous conditions in the workplace. 
  • Reduce vulnerability to fines, sanctions and scrutiny from OSHA or other regulatory agencies.
Audience members holding letter signs that spell "Chisme" in Spanish and "Gossop" in English. 
Kevin Howard holding a up a box of Cup-O-Noddles that he just won.
Three audience members holding brooms with toilet paper rolls on handle and cash taped to the handle.

About Safety Si!

Safety Si!™ is a comprehensive, interactive risk control program with a proven track record with companies throughout California and the Midwest. For more information, visit