USISA and Ally Safety Forge Strategic Partnership for Workplace Safety Training and Toolbox Content

[Omaha, NE] - The United States Industrial Safety Association (USISA) is proud to announce its strategic partnership with Ally Safety, a leading provider of advanced safety training courses and content. This collaboration aims to combine USISA's expertise in promoting workplace safety with Ally Safety’s category-leading content which seeks to better engage high hazard workers in consuming important risk management information.

USISA is a national association dedicated to improving workplace safety standards and fostering a safety-conscious culture in America’s highest hazard industries. With a growing network of safety professionals and industry leaders, USISA seeks to complement industrial safety strategy with modern and data driven safety practices to ensure the well-being of workers and their families. Ally Safety is an industry leader in delivering comprehensive safety content that addresses a wide range of trainings, program templates and toolbox content. Ally Safety's commitment to creating programs that entertain and engage workers aligns well with USISA’s technology and AI-focused approach to modernizing predictive risk control.

Ally Safety are pros who understand the importance of content retention in creating a safety habit," said Abby Ferri, Managing Director of USISA. "This partnership combines on-the-ground knowhow with USISA’s investment in innovation to deliver programs that are targeted and well understood.

Ally Safety's Founder Rachel Walla, expressed excitement about the partnership, stating, "We are honored to join forces with USISA and contribute to their mission of promoting workplace safety. Together we’ll deliver content that demonstrates rather than tells, explores rather than explains, and replaces zoning out for tuning in." The partnership between USISA and Ally Safety sets the stage for a transformative era in human-centered workplace safety poised to advance safety practices and foster a culture of safety nationwide.

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United States Industrial Safety Association

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