OUR SAFETY AUDITS
Safety and Health Audits offer the best return on investment when conducted by experienced and seasoned professionals.
When planning a client audit, Safety On Hand is able to provide a well-rounded audit team including Certified Professional Environmental Auditors (CPEA) experienced in all audit procedures along with Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) and Certified Safety Professionals (CSP). They come equipped with strong technical knowledge of the national, state, and local safety and health requirements as well as exceptional safety, health and environmental management practice and knowledge
Mock OSHA inspections along with review of your overall safety programs will help your company to identify the oversights in your safety program. Independent audits of your safety programs, training, and effectiveness is extremely helpful to identify weak areas of a safety program, safety training, safety documentation, and other issues. If you have problems in your safety programs, you may well have issues in product quality and overall plant efficiency.
Plant noise surveys are conducted with the most sophisticated meters and are backed up by computerized modeling to determine compliance with federal and state requirements for exposure to noise and compliance for hearing protection.
Safety On Hand conducts plant audits, site surveys and reports.
Are You In Compliance?
The most widely accepted means to identify workplace hazards is to conduct safety and health audits. One way to help understand a given situation is to look at it on a periodic basis. A survey conducted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) revealed that self-audits are performed for a number of reasons, with the three most common being:
• Careful inspections can reduce injury and illness rates within the workplace by identifying present hazards.
• Staying on top of potential hazards is considered the right thing to do by many employers
• Performing self-audits and acting upon any findings helps sustain compliance with OSHA regulations.