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Keeping your guests SAFE = Keeping your business SAFE

“Failing to prepare, is preparing to fail.” – John Wooden

A – Z Safety & Loss Prevention Services

Safety and security issues are a high concern today. Significant benefits are available to you by having Stark Service Solutions as your “on demand” Safety & Loss Prevention Specialist with a proven track record of successfully managing and protecting multi-million dollar assets, while effectively reducing costs and expenses. Examples of Achievements within a 12 month period:

  • Reduced workers’ comp modification rate from 1.4 to .92, a savings of over $100,000.00 in premiums.
  • Reduced workers’ comp claims from $126,000.00 to less than $10,000.00 .0o1a3267-988
  • Reduced internal thefts by 41%
  • Reduced thefts from vehicles by 65%
  • Reduced vehicle thefts by 80%
  • Reduced damage to vehicles by 48%
  • Reduced property damage by 48%
  • Reduced vandalism by 40%
  • Reduced the number of disturbances by 20%
  • Reduced assault incidents by 67%

Contact us for a Complimentary Needs Assessment

Where are you vulnerable?  Avoid increases in your insurance premiums or being dropped by your carrier altogether.  Start with a Safety & Security audit and evaluation for your specific region and property.

Customized, property and geographic specific Training Courses.
Hands on training and development to all levels, from ownership to staff and includes handbooks for your staff.

  • Preliminary incident investigations and report writing:  “Contributory Negligence” could save your business.  This training includes an industry approved Incident Report and other necessary documents.
  • In-Room Safety:  More than 2,000,000 nonfatal violent crimes – rape, robbery, or assault occur against persons 16 or older while they were at work or on duty.  Are you taking the necessary precautions to protect your employees, guests, visitors and vendors?


Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, 29 U.S.C. §650, et seq., employers are required to provide a workplace “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to its employees.” 29 U.S.C. §654(a)(1).

Recently, OSHA has begun citing employers under this provision, commonly referred to as the general duty clause, for failure to address workplace violence hazards.

Drug Free Workplace & Reasonable Suspicion – Drug & Alcohol Recognition –Ever wonder if an employee has come to work under the influence? What do you do if they have?

Workers’ Comp 101: Understanding your workers’ comp variables and how to reduce your modification factor and thereby, reducing your premiums and avoiding lawsuits.