Intuitive Safety Solutions, Inc. Celebrates Ten Years of Excellence in the Safety Industry!

Press Release updated: Oct 23, 2017 13:00 PDT

Being the best in the safety industry was the vision of Brent Knight, CSP, President and founding partner of Intuitive Safety Solutions (ISS). He made his dream a reality in 2007 by opening a unique, values-driven safety consulting company. Ten years later, with 13 core employees and hundreds of safety consultants spanning the globe, Intuitive Safety Solutions, Inc. is pleased to announce the 10-year business milestone.

ISS hires the best people, trains them for success and supports them along the way in and out of projects; unlike any other consulting company in the safety industry. Their dedication results in happy employees and successful projects.  

ISS successfully develops and implements safety programs that send workers home safely to their families each day. The heart of this process is education and the use of influence to drive safe, innate behaviors while eliminating unsafe acts. ISS delivers value to its clients by delivering successful, injury-free projects and is recognized as the most responsive, reliable and high performing safety Company in America.

Safety isn’t something we take lightly, it’s our mission as an organization!

Melanie Taylor

ISS is unique in its commitment to its values, an uncompromising dedication to quality services and a heroic resolve when challenges develop.

To learn more about ISS and what makes them different, with over a decade in the safety industry, please visit their website at

Contact: Melanie Taylor

Email: [email protected]                                                            

Phone: 1-866-362-9552


Source: Intuitive Safety Solutions

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