1. Initial Site Risk Assessments

    • Loss Source Analysis: an historical overview of past loss sources; these sources may be used to help management focus on loss drivers.
    • Safety Program Audit: a review of your company’s safety programs, policies and procedures to effect a behavior-based program which delegates authority and safety responsibilities from the top down.
    • Site Exposure Evaluation: an objective review of company operations to evaluate sources of loss, current controls in place, and compliance measures needed. Recommendations are developed to help management meet satisfactory compliance levels.
    • Hazard Analysis and Control Planning: review job tasks and their potential hazards. Develop strategies to minimize exposure to those hazards, thus resulting in regulatory compliance and fewer claims.
  2. Training Services

    • On-site Safety Meetings: safety committee training, and safety orientation for new employees. Supervisor training in accident investigation, proper lifting techniques and the use of personal protective equipment, just to name a few.
    • Training Video Library: maintains 40 titles on compliance and training issues.
    • Policy Program Development: cooperative policy and program development designed to target loss sources and allow management to develop controls.
    • OSHA Training Programs: keep you informed when OSHA offers, implements or changes regulatory standards.
    • Train-the-Trainer Support: company managers/ supervisors can be trained to instruct safety techniques in various areas such as accident investigation, hazard communications, etc.
  3. Technical Services

    • Industrial Hygiene Support: designed to focus on the more scientific aspects of exposures to known toxic substances, hearing conservation requirements, indoor air quality and ergonomics. Air samples can be taken to determine if there is a high/low concentration of O2, CO, H2S, the LEL of combustible gases and VOC’s within the company’s production or maintenance areas.
    • Recordkeeping Compliance: assist in maintaining compliance with OSHA-300 Logs, 301/first report of accident, DOT driver qualification file maintenance, pre-trip/post-trip vehicle inspection reporting, hours of service logs, accident investigation report maintenance, etc.
    • Accident Investigations: assist a manager/supervisor in conducting an accident investigation, conducting root cause analysis and suggesting corrective action measures to prevent a recurrence.
    • Life Safety Evaluations: a review of your facility for adequacy of exits/egress, emergency lighting, suppression systems, detection systems, emergency action plans, and training.
    • Noise-Level Testing: noise level testing is available in production areas, maintenance facilities, and transportation areas where there may be an exposure to noise levels greater than 85 Dbl.