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Provenio is a Latin word that we identify with, because it’s meaning aligns perfectly with our clients business goals of growth and prosperity. The logo of the interlaced arrows is an adaptation of the “greater than” sign, signifying growth and improvement in a continual pattern, ever moving forward, ever evolving.


General Business Consulting


Policy Development




Safety / OSHA


Regulatory Reporting


Project Management

Is you OSHA compliance training boring and wordy?

What makes Provenio different?

Most importantly, we are experts at what we do! Above all, we bring our years of experience as safety and environmental professionals and first responders to our organization! In conclusion, we have white collar skills, but are blue collar folks who enjoy helping others, love what we do, and enjoy integrating our skills into other businesses. So whether you need OSHA or HAZWOPER training, policy/procedure development, auditing, or custom consulting, we’re here to help you! Contact us!

What is provenio's process?
  1. Firstly, we determine your needs by listening to you
  2. Secondly, a proposal is provided that breaks down the job to fit your needs
  3. Lastly, based on your needs, we’ll deliver the best trainer, the best services, the best product to your business. If you requested training, you’ll get a training summary and PDF of the PowerPoint for your records, along with any other documentations based on the type of training. If you had policies and procedures developed, we give you both Word and PDF documents so you can modify them as needed. We don’t believe Provenio owns the policies. Basically, you paid for them, so you own the Word document! For example, if you had an audit, the audit findings will be broken down with pictures, an explanation of the finding and regulatory requirement, and an easy to follow corrective action recommendation.
How can Provenio help my company?

No other business is identical to yours. So nobody has needs quite like yours. Our consultants have years of experience in our respective topics as subject matter experts! We don’t provide cookie-cutter solutions, but carefully tailor each training, each document, each audit to fit your needs. We’ll find the risk level that works for you. Unlike many safety and environmental consultants, we acknowledge that you can’t eliminate risks and we’ll make sure we find the right solutions for your organization.

Why do I need Provenio's services?

Every 7-seconds, a worker is injured on the job, for total of 2.8 million non-fatal injuries in 2018, and 5,250 fatalities. In addition to the impact on the workers and their families, these incidents cost employers almost $200 billion. Let us help you not be a statistic! Keeping up with the changes in OSHA compliance can take more time than you have. Let our experts help with training and make sure all the information is correct.

People We’ve Worked With

“It’s comforting to have someone with such knowledge in your corner.”

I took Brad’s starting a business class at Albert Lea Community Ed! I highly recommend this class if you’ve ever even thought about starting a business! Very knowledge, got some great connections and learned a lot, great class! Just do it!

Kelli H.

Local Entrpreneur

Brad was amazing at providing me with the best insight for my upcoming business. It’s comforting to have someone with such knowledge in your corner.

Mellisa T.


 I thought the class went really well. I liked how it was very interactive, and I learned a lot.

4-H Participant

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