OHS Canada Magazine

Danatec Enters the US Market

September 18, 2013

Health & Safety

CALGARY, Alta. (Press Release, September 17, 2013)

Danatec is pleased to announce the launch of Danatec Inc., a company specifically aimed at providing occupational health and safety training materials for the United States.

The initial line of products will address chemical safety, specifically Hazcom with GHS training in the United States. The new products include; a handbook, an online training program, a self-teach training program, posters and instructor materials.

“With the adoption of the Global Harmonization System (GHS), we thought it was good timing for Danatec to produce some exceptional products for the US market,” says Alina Martin, President of Danatec.

“We focus on building products that are simple to implement, cost effective and ultimately help companies remain compliant over the long-run. We have numerous customers with operations in both Canada and the US who were anxious for us to produce materials that met OSHA requirements. We are hopeful they will be well received and more importantly, fill a void that’s been lacking in the US market for safety training materials,” she said.

Danatec has been growing steadily for the past several years. Since 2007, their revenue has jumped more than 50%, with a 27% growth rate in 2012 and they are on a similar path in 2013 and they don’t show signs of slowing down anytime soon.

About Danatec

For over 28 years, Danatec has been Canada’s premier choice for innovative compliance solutions. They strive to produce industry leading, award-winning safety training that is easy to use and cost effective. With offices in Calgary, Alberta and Toronto, Ontario along with distributors across Canada – Danatec services customers from coast to coast. Although Danatec has grown and changed over the years, they still remain a privately held family run organization.






For more information contact:

Warren Bailey, Marketing Manager

 Email: wbailey@danatec.com

1-800-465-3366 Extension: 123


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