Most companies without a safety culture have one of two types of safety plans: one looks like an unabridged dictionary covered in dust, the other is a few vague pages. When these inevitably fail, leadership soon learns the first priority to preventing additional losses is a Health And Safety Plan (HASP), customized to cover the operations of the entire organization, with no distracting or dangerous filler, and that codifies policies and aligns them with not only OSHA and other regulatory bodies’ codes, but also industry standards (e.g. ANSI, EPA, NFPA.) Learn more & get a quote.
In situations where an organization’s general-purpose HASP is not considered sufficient by their client or other party with an interest in the work performed on the site, then a custom Site-Specific HASP must be created covering policies addressing issues unique to the work site. Includes policies, not procedures. Learn more & get a quote.
Step-by-step procedures for performing a given task safely. The type of document is usually determined by the government entity most closely observing the work (e.g. OSHA, the US Army Corps of Engineers, or other federal, state, or local governmental organization.) Site-specific. Learn more & get a quote.
Custom program to retain valued employees injured at work. The program reduces costs by minimizing the impact of employee injuries to lost productivity, permanent loss of injured employees, and the use of disability leave benefits. The program may also reduce the costs of recruiting, hiring and training new employees by reducing the need to do so. Learn more & get a quote.
Program for dealing with substance abuse that impacts the workplace. The program provides tools to reduce absenteeism, on-the-job-injuries and poor productivity. The program is written to the insured’s needs and disposition. Learn more & get a quote.
Detailed, OSHA-compliant methods for preventing falls and controlling the harm inflicted by a fall. Critical in construction performed at elevations above six feet. Site-specific. Learn more & get a quote.
Identifies policies, procedures, protective measures and equipment to be used to eliminate or control exposure to occupational illnesses, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Critical when work is performed where there is known exposure to asbestos containing materials (ACM), Lead, Crystalline Quartz Silica and other recognized carcinogens. Learn more & get a quote.
Specifies how hazardous materials are to be handled and stored; includes the Global Harmonization Update and provides clear instruction on how to read, follow and apply new internationally recognized labeling pictographs that modified and replaced OSHA’s previous hazard communications standard. Learn more & get a quote.
Program designed to bring electrical construction operations into compliance with NFPA 70E. Site-specific. Learn more & get a quote.
Supplies the procedures and filing forms to be used following an accident or incident. Identifies the roles and responsibilities of the individuals involved in the investigation. Learn more & get a quote.
Details the conditions and methods for ensuring all forms of energy remain de-energized while work is performed on or near mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic operated equipment. Critical in electrical, mechanical and plumbing construction. Site-specific. Learn more & get a quote.