Announcement Regarding Safety Unlimited Classroom Training (REVISED 3-20-20)
In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, all but a few critical employees are working from home. Meanwhile, we’ve had many inquiries about whether we are still providing classroom training. We will continue holding some mission-critical, in-person classes, primarily training for emergency responders and those in the medical field. Our instructors will continue traveling to some locations by vehicle, not by air. We have also implemented rigorous cleaning and social distancing practices in our classroom training: wiping down all surfaces and equipment before and after use and keeping classes small enough to allow the recommended 6-foot distance between students. Any student showing signs of illness should NOT attend our training.

Non-discrimination/Non-harassment Policy

Safety Unlimited, Inc. has a strict Non-discrimination and Non-harassment Policy identified under Equal Employment and Conduct and Behavior headings in the Employee Handbook. The content in the Employee Handbook is expansive and far-reaching. All Safety Unlimited, Inc. employees are expected to read this policy and acknowledge it in writing. The contents of the Handbook address not only employee-to-employee discrimination and harassment, but also employee-to-customer discrimination and harassment. In an effort to provide you with an understanding of your rights as a customer, we have provided a similar policy here.

Discrimination and Harassment

Discrimination is any perceived negative act, practice, or instance toward a category of person, such as race, age, or gender, rather than an individual.

Examples of discriminatory categories include:

  • Age;
  • Religion;
  • Gender;
  • Ethnicity or nationality;
  • Disability or medical history;
  • Pregnancy, maternity, or paternity; and
  • Gender identity or sexual orientation.

Harassment is verbal, written, or physical conduct that shows hostility or aversion toward an individual due to any of the discriminatory categories listed above.

Sexual harassment is considered discriminatory behavior and includes unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

Reporting Discrimination or Harassment

Safety Unlimited, Inc. takes the comfort of its students, and consequently any incidents of discrimination or harassment, very seriously.

If you feel you are the victim of discrimination or harassment by Safety Unlimited, Inc. employees or representatives, or if you witness what you believe is discrimination or harassment by those same employees or representatives, you can report it using any of the following methods:

Contact Us


All claims of discrimination or harassment are handled discreetly and anonymously.


Safety Unlimited, Inc. is prohibited by law from taking retaliatory measures against you for reporting suspected acts of discrimination or harassment.

Investigation and Consequences

Safety Unlimited, Inc. will conduct an immediate, thorough, and objective investigation into all claims of discriminatory behavior or harassment, focusing on the complaint and any other corroborating evidence. You will be notified if Safety Unlimited, Inc. has determined the behavior you report is considered discrimination or harassment and any disciplinary measures taken.

As of February 5, 2019