OSHA compliance is an Element of Risk created by the marketplace that can be expensive and time consuming.
Our OSHA Compliance Plan is designed to save you time and money. We assess your needs, design and implement training to benefit your company by over-communicating safety and your company purpose as part of our Risk Management Plan.
We provide the written standard designed specifically for your company, the required sign-in forms and quizzes, a power point presentation, instructor’s notes, and reinforcement materials for each standard enabling you to re-focus on your business knowing we’ve got your back.
We offer two options to choose from including on-line compliance training through our staff creating flexibility by offering three separate training times so you can schedule training around production or we can train one of your staff members to implement the training within your business.
We include seven basic OSHA standards as part of our base plan including;
- OSHA recordkeeping
- Emergency Action Plan
- Fire Prevention Plan
- Portable Fire Extinguisher Plan
- Personal Protective Equipment Program
- Hazard Communication Program
- Bloodborne Pathogens Plan
- Lockout/Tagout Program
An OSHA inspection can be stressful, if you are not prepared. We will provide preparation tools for you to use before the inspector comes knocking on your door.
We provide on-line recordkeeping including the OSHA 300 Log, 301, and 300A form on demand through the Business Partner Portal.
Reinforce your Training
We prepare documents to reinforce training along with a large library of documents that we provide to help you reinforce the compliance training.
We provide additional programs including Powered Industrial Trucks, Compressed Gases, Cranes and Hoists, Hearing Conservation, Hot Work, and Respiratory Protection programs based on the needs of your business.
Building a corporate culture with safety in mind for your team members will help you retain more of your profit, while improving productivity.
Proverbs 22:6 – “Train up the child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it”