About Aloha Safety and Health, LLC

Aloha Safety and Health, LLC is a small woman owned business registered, licensed, and insured to conduct business in the State of Hawai’i. We are registered through Hawai’i Compliance Express (HCE) and with the County of Hawai’i to be able to participate in and accept state and county contracts and purchasing. Aloha Safety and Health is also registered with SAM.gov. 

The Safety Nēnē logo for Aloha Safety and Health was generously designed and made by Mina Lunga Illustrations. If you’d like to check out more of their artwork, you can find it here.

If you’d like to learn more about nēnē, and other birds that can be found in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, visit this National Park Service page on birds of HAVO.

Aloha Safety and Health Services logo with a nene holding a first aid kit next to an AED.
Our Mission

At Aloha Safety and Health, our mission is to empower individuals and communities on the Big Island of Hawai’i with essential life-saving skills through various training courses and certifications. We are dedicated to fostering a safer and healthier environment by equipping our clients with the knowledge and confidence to respond effectively in emergencies and critical situations.

With a commitment to excellence, our expert instructor delivers hands-on training programs that adhere to the latest guidelines and industry best practices. We prioritize personalized learning experiences, catering to the needs of each participant to ensure understanding and retention of life-saving techniques.

We take pride in being a trusted partner in the community, actively collaborating with local organizations, schools, businesses, and healthcare providers to create a network of well-prepared individuals capable of making a difference during life-threatening situations. Our passion for saving lives drives us to continuously enhance our curriculum and stay updated with advancements in emergency medical practices.

At Aloha Safety and Health, we believe by spreading the spirit of aloha, compassion, and preparedness, we can build a safer, healthier, and more resilient Big Island community, one life at a time.

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