Risk Process Management

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What your organization may not know

Under the OSHA law, employers have a responsibility to provide a safe workplace.

What your organization can do

Start contacting us for a free risk analysis. Average initial visit are a few hours and cover all the basics that an audit by an OSHA compliance officer will cover

Our Services

We can help your organization to create and maintain a safe work environment providing consultancy services to design the right processes and procedures.

Services

The following are some of the services we can provide to your organization:

 

  • Comprehensive regulatory compliance inspection

After the initial risk analysis, a comprehensive inspection can be specifically developed for each client. This includes anything the client chooses and is extremely detailed. Comprehensive inspections are performed quarterly or bi-yearly. All areas in the initial risk analysis are covered plus equipment readiness, behavioral based safety and any additional content the client chooses. It is encouraged that the newest members of the team assist with the inspection for training purposes. A detailed report is developed and can be reviewed with managers or all employees. A form can be derived from the findings for training purposes. The follow-up is very important. This is normally completed one month after the inspection and a report of progress on non-compliant findings is sent to management

  • Incident Management
    1. Types of incidents
      • Near-Miss
      • Report Only
      • First Aid Non-Medical
      • Medical
      • OSHA recordable
      • Loss Time
      • Fatality
      • Equipment Damage
    2. Training for supervisors on managing incidents to reduce the probability of having an OSHA recordable and/or loss that will affect the clients experience mod.
    3. Continuous support via phone or email for supervisors during an incident.
    4. Root Cause analysis of all incidents. This can be completed by phone conference or in person.
    5. Process development to encourage reporting of all incidents and near misses.

 

  • Substance Abuse Program

Clients may choose complete management of the substance abuse program or specimen collection only. Five panel hair follicle test and non-DOT breath alcohol test are offered. A post accident urinalysis that should be completed due to the one-week hair follicle window may be performed by a medical treatment facility.

    • Program implementation
    • Policy development
    • Supervisor training
    • Employee training
    • Random drug & alcohol testing
    • Random fit for duty test
  • Behavioral Based Safety Observations

A certain number of hours may be requested for behavioral based safety observations

      1. Employee Training
      2. Comprehensive inspection review
      3. Best practices development
      4. Employee Feedback
      5. Emphasize the positives

       

  • Employee and supervisor training

Training classes may be developed specifically for the client’s request. These may be short 10 minute segment classes during safety meetings, complete safety meetings, refresher or full one-week classes.

      1. New employee orientation
      2. OSHA 10
      3. OSHA 30
      4. Industry best practices
      5. Hazard review
      6. Industry specific classes on all subject matters
      7. Defensive Driving
  • HAZ-COM Program

OSHA regulations require a hazard communication program based on the right to know law. This pertains to everything from cleaning supplies to the most hazardous chemical used. Starting this program can be time consuming but maintaining it is much easier. We can offer training for your supervisors to complete the program.

 

  • Emergency Action Plan

Development of an emergency action plan is required by OSHA regulations. This includes separate alarms for different types of emergencies, training, documentation and having the exit routes posted no matter how apparent they are.

 

  • Forklift Operating Program

OSHA requires a documented training class for authorized operators. Daily forklift inspections that have been documented are also required.

 

  • Safety Observations

Safety observations include one on one training during job task, accentuating the positive, creating action plans to be more efficient, creating a behavioral based safety culture and assisting supervisors in identifying opportunities