Know about cannabis safety laws, what they demand and how to identify and handle different hazards.

  • Injury and Illness Prevention
  • Machine HAzards
  • Exposure to Airborne Contaminants
  • Pressure Vessels
  • Sanitation & Pest Control
  • Electrical Hazards
  • Hazard Communication
  • Slips, Trips, & Fall Prevention
  • And More!


In accordance with the California Business and Professions Code, section 26051.5, employers with two or more employees must ensure one supervisor and one employee have successfully completed a Cal/OSHA 30-hour general industry outreach training course offered by a training provider that is authorized by OSHA.

ROI Safety Services is authorized and will provide you with industry leading training geared specifically to the operations and hazards in the cannabis workplace.

Cannabis Workplace Statistics

As jobs in the legal cannabis industry increase, so will the need for injury prevention training. In Washington state, where voters approved recreational cannabis use in 2012, the Department of Labor & Industries reviewed 380 cannabis industry workers’ compensation claims made between July 2014 and September 2017. The industry has grown substantially since then.

Of the claims reviewed, 285 (75%) of the injuries occurred in farm and greenhouse settings, where the most common injuries reported were struck by or caught in an object (103), overexertion and repetitive motion (75), falls (38), and exposure to harmful substances (35).

ROI Safety Services Certificate Online LMS

Certificate of Completion

Because ROI Safety Services is an authorized training provider. You will receive a certificate upon completing your safety training. This industry is growing. and as an employer this will allow you to keep increasing your productivity, while keeping workplace injuries at a minimum.

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