Alaska Safety Alliance

The Alaska Safety Alliance (ASA) works to create, connect and enhance workforce training and education programs in Alaska. Founded in 1999 as the Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium (APICC), ASA is a nonprofit established by employers in the state as a way to collaborate in developing a skilled local workforce.

By providing classroom and computer-based training for the oil and gas, maritime, construction and other industries, ASA helps ensure employees are knowledgeable and prepared to work safely in Alaska’s unique environment.

In addition, ASA utilizes a digital platform to track worker training, partnering with prominent organizations such as the National Safety Council and the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils, to simplify the tracking and onboarding process for employers and ensure that training is consistent and verifiable. ASA also creates customized training to meet the evolving needs of Alaska’s leading employers.

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“The Alaska Safety Alliance offers practical guidance, tools, and solutions to meet industry’s workforce training needs. We help companies maintain a highly trained and skilled workforce they need to stay efficient, competitive, and safe.”

Cari-Ann Carty

Executive Director

Alaska Safety Alliance

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The Alaska Safety Alliance houses the APICC (now a sub-group within ASA), North Slope Training Cooperative and Maritime Works and is also an accredited training sponsor for the National Center for Construction and Education Research.

By supporting the training needs of multiple industries, ASA is able to set a high standard of worker readiness and safety training across Alaska. Because of the Alliance’s strong industry support and collaboration, it has formed new partnerships with industry-recognized organizations, such as the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils and the Houston Area Safety Council (Texas). ASA is also a proud member of the National Safety Council.

ASA offers an industry-wide electronic badge that can be scanned on the jobsite for instant verification of an employee’s current safety training and other certifications. This badge can also be easily updated or replaced.

Many ASA courses offer reciprocity with other safety councils affiliated with the Association of Reciprocal Safety Councils, meaning ASA training is recognized and accepted in areas throughout the United States.


ASA training courses cover a wide range of topics and serve employees from new hires to experienced leaders. Major employers in virtually every industry working in the state depend on ASA to find and/or provide training to their employees and to be the issuing authority documenting every employee’s eligibility to work in regards to appropriate and current training.

Every industry and nearly every company has different training requirements for its employees, and ASA provides the statewide, cross-industry tracking ability that takes training verification off their “to do” list.

The training courses and training badge issued by ASA (which verifies an employee’s completed training) are trusted by virtually every major employer in Alaska to provide dependable, qualified employees.

ASA trains a safe, knowledgeable, and ready Alaska workforce:


Creation of customized computer-based training


Provide and manage a learning management system to support multiple industries


Offer industry-recognized safety training, both in-person and online


Provide Alaska with industry-recognized training and certifications, all recorded on ASA’s electronic badge


Interactive job board for employers to identify qualified Alaskans


Curriculum development for apprenticeships, employer/job specific courses, and other training programs

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The ASA job board offers employers and trained workers a forum to meet. The job board provides an opportunity for companies to discover the trained workers they need with the specific skills, training and/or certifications for full-time or part-time jobs and internships. For Alaskans, the job board is a place to post their resumes and qualifications and connect with employers and opportunities across Alaska. Visit


The Alaska Safety Alliance is dedicated to partnering with industry to meet the training and safety needs throughout the state. Through our universal badge system, custom learning management system, course creation, and job posting board we strive to elevate the Alaska workforce and drive the Alaska economy. Partner with ASA to connect with other like-minded business owners, to increase your business’s safety and productivity, and enjoy the benefits of ASA membership. Visit:

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