"This is a great honor and we are thrilled to have been chosen as the best in safety training, said Trey Greene, CEO of noodleStream.com and the creator of SafetySkillsT online training. "It is very easy in the current economy for businesses, especially small businesses, to get discouraged but this award is a great way for us to keep up morale and work on making noodleStream even better."
This small business, noodleStream.com, provides environmental, health, safety and human resource compliance training for businesses of all sizes with its SafetySkillsT online training. By using e-learning for training, businesses across the globe can deliver the same training as big corporations at a fraction of the cost.
When asked about SafetySkillsT training from noodleStream.com, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Office of Traning and Educational Programs Director, Jim Barnes described them as a "unique competency-based training approach and shows value and distinction in the training marketplace. Their LiveUpdate system will continuously monitor the program for currency with OSHA changes and industry best management practices and update when necessary, ensuring that students receive the most up to date information."
The SBCA 2009 Award Program recognizes the top 5 percent of small businesses throughout the country. Using consumer feedback, the SBCA identifies companies that we believe have demonstrated what makes small businesses a vital part of the American economy. The selection committee chooses the award winners from nominees based off information taken from monthly surveys administered by the SBCA, a review of consumer rankings, and other consumer reports. Award winners are a valuable asset to their community and exemplify what makes small businesses great.
"Being chosen as one of the top 5 percent of small businesses is fantastic and shows the public that we offer a great service," said Greene. "The need for the best training possible is something that I hope more and more businesses will realize is essential to building a strong business."
To learn more about noodleStream.com and SafetySkillsT, visit www.safetyskills.com.