Safety Programs and Site Specific Plans
Whether it’s a new safety program you need or just an update of your current safety program to meet new requirements, Safety Management Group can develop the program you need. When developing a safety and health program, our advisors work with your team to draft a specialized set of standards, policies and procedures. The potential safety program components are based on construction standards from OSHA. Through collaboration, the actual individualized components of the program are selected and incorporated. See our safety programs for more information.
OSHA Inspection and Citation Assistance
We can help manage the regulatory inspection process at your jobsite. Our safety professionals have years of experience managing these situations from opening to informal conference. Post OSHA inspection, you will receive a safety order package which includes detailed information about the auditor’s inspection including any citations, fines and classifications. It is your company’s right to request a follow up meeting with OSHA called and informal conference. This provides an opportunity to reduce fines and reclassify citations.
OSHA Recordkeeping and Documentation
Safety Management Group can assist your company with understanding all of the statutory recordkeeping requirements identified by OSHA. When evaluating an incident, sometimes the decision whether an incident is recordable or not can be confusing. In addition, understanding how to properly complete the OSHA 300 Log regarding recordable incidents, classifications, calculating days away from work and posting requirements can be confusing. There are also many other recordkeeping requirements related to OSHA compliance such as how long to achieve safety documents, health evaluations and product information.
Management. Having adequate and suitable management in place is vital for construction projects as they can be extremely complex due to the various types of contractors and tradesmen all working together. And as some of these contractors are involved in high risk activities (for example, roofing contractors and scaffolding contractors)