With approximately 3 million non-fatal work-related injuries and illnesses occurring each year and an estimated $170 billion dollars in costs that are associated with them, it is important for employers to do what they can to protect their workers. Learn how to get your operation compliant with state and federal requirements by contacting our Safety Services Department today.
Chemical Hazard Communication Program (CHCP)
Every day throughout the US, employees may work directly with or are incidentally exposed to hazardous substances. While chemicals may play a very important part in your business, they can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, if protective measures are not taken.
Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
Emergencies and disasters are never expected and can strike anyone, anywhere, at any time. In the moment of crisis, few people can think clearly or logically, so it is of the utmost importance to prepare for any emergency beforehand.
Safety Trainings (Employee & Management Level)
The first step to OSHA compliance and injury prevention is knowledge. Educating and training our employees on the hazards associated with their job is not only your responsibility as an employer, but training our employees to work safely can have other long-lasting, positive effects.
General Safety Consulting & Support
Whether you need clarification of an OSHA regulation or if you’ve just been visited by OSHA and you need urgent guidance, our team of experienced safety professionals are ready to assist!
OSHA Penalty Structure
Every year, millions of workers are injured at the workplace – many of which are considered seriously injured. These accidents and injuries could prompt an inspection from OSHA, which may result in expensive penalties and fines.