Small Business, Big Impact
Did you know that small businesses make up most of the American economy? In fact, more than 99% of U.S. businesses are small businesses!
This means that Procedure Solutions Management is part of the majority of the businesses in the U.S. While we may be considered “small,” this also means that we can make a big impact.
As a small company, we provide our training and consulting services to some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies. These services have helped ensure the safety of thousands of staff members and industry-leading businesses. Our most significant impact has been helping them have a more human-factored perspective that supports greater safety awareness in their daily operations and maintenance activities.
We have also taught over 20,000 procedure writers and reviewers how to become more human performance focused. Our training helps them correct the bad habits that they’ve fallen into while earning their PPA Procedure Writer Certification in the process.
In addition to this, we have spent the past 14 years providing staffing support to companies looking to create a much safer work environment for themselves and their colleagues.
Because we’re proud to be a small business with a big impact, we want to share some of our tips and tricks with you through the revitalization of our PSM Blog!
Each month we will have a guest writer from our team share knowledge on what they’ve learned throughout their career and at PSM. We will also spotlight our talented contract employees who will discuss life at PSM and their steps to becoming improved human performance focused writers.
We’re incredibly excited to share with you what we’ve learned in our 14-year journey!
Stay tuned for more updates, and please let us know if there are any topics you would like us to discuss!
By Sarah Pickett, Marketing Coordinator
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