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Arbill gets a new home on the web, but its mission remains unchanged

Summit Training Source offers new GHS training videoArbill, a Philadelphia-based provider of workplace safety products, services and training, announces the launch of its new website, Although this is a new and improved "home on the web" for the safety supplier, Arbill's mission to bring workers home safe every day remains unchanged and unwavering.

"Arbill's new site makes it easier for companies to get the safety products and the services they need to send their workers home safe," says President and CEO Julie Copeland. "When it comes to top-rate workplace safety, it's not just about the hardhats and fall protection equipment." Arbill's EH&S Consulting and Training services -- from online programs and webinars to site audits and onsite training -- are customized to accommodate each company's unique needs and circumstances. "Developing a comprehensive safety program, that includes both products and services, is why our clients turn to us for their safety needs," says Copeland. "That's the Arbill Advantage™."

The Arbill Advantage is the company's name for its four-stage strategic safety program. The first stage, "Blueprinting," includes an exhaustive site assessment and creation of a blueprint to provide the framework for the company's safety program going forward. The second stage, "Implementation," involves developing a plan to implement the safety program, with necessary training and product recommendations included. In the "Reporting" stage, Arbill provides detailed cost saving reports to the company, verifying the value of their workplace safety improvements. Finally, in the "Review" stage, Arbill conducts quarterly reviews of the company's safety profile -- noting challenges, tracking progress and adjusting the plan as needed.

The ticker on Arbill's homepage shows how many employees Arbill protects every day -- the current count is 279,715. Take a guided tour of Arbill's new website, Click Here.

About Arbill

Arbill offers innovative industrial safety products, services and training programs to protect workers on the job. Arbill uses a customer-focused process that values the direct return on investment of each personalized safety program by reducing the hard costs of insurance, missed work and litigation. To learn more about Arbill and its Make It Home Safe mission, visit

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