OSHA General and Construction Industry Standards

Safety First.

OSHA requires employers to identify hazards in the workplace.Can you eliminate the hazard?
What PPE do you give to your employees? Do you have a written safety plan?
Now, train your employees on all of the above.

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FREE OSHA RISK ASSESSMENT

Let's build a relationship around safety. 

We want to understand and support your company's plan for growth.

We like to start with a discovery meeting. This is a one-hour meeting that includes 30 minutes of open discussion and 30 minutes of a facility tour. This is the best way for us to start to build a relationship around safety. It gives everyone a chance to see if our company is a great addition to your safety team. 

ANNUAL SAFETY & COMPLIANCE TRAINING PROGRAMS

OSHA 10 & 30 General Industry
OSHA 10 & 30 Construction Industry
GHS HazCom General Awareness
Forklift Driver Certification and Renewal Training
NFPA 70E and OSHA Electrical Standard
Lock Out/Tag Out
Ergonomics for Repetitive Motion and Lifting
First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogen
Fire Safety, Exits and Extinguisher
Response Options for Active Shooter in the Workplace

WORKSHOPS ASSESSMENTS AND TESTS

OSHA Record Keeping Workshop
|Respiratory Fit Testing
Forklift Driver Certification
Hoist and Crane 3A Prep Course
Fall Protection Equipment Inspections and Don/Doff Training

QUICK START PROGRAM

from www.OSHA.gov

The Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to comply with hazard-specific safety and health standards. In addition, employers must provide their employees with a workplace free from recognized hazards likely to cause death or serious physical harm under Section 5(a)(1), the General Duty Clause of the Act. Employers can be cited for violating the General Duty Clause if there is a recognized hazard and they do not take appropriate steps to prevent or abate the hazard.

OSHA maintains this Quick Start feature to enhance public access to information. This feature is continually under development. We will make every effort to keep it current and to correct errors brought to our attention.

PROFESSIONAL SOLUTIONS FOR WORKPLACE SAFETY

We can provide the following:

  • Outreach Safety & Health Training

  • Project and Facility Safety & Compliance Officers for Hire

  • Occupational Safety & Health Assessments and Audits

  • Program Development, Policy and Procedure Writing for OSHA Standards

  • Mediation, Reclassification and Reduction of OSHA Citations and Fines

  • Grants for Safety Training

Response Options for Active Shooter In the Workplace

DID YOU KNOW? OSHA lists homicide as the #1 killer of women in the workplace and #2 reason for workplace fatalities? 

RESPONSE OPTION 1

2 HOUR WORKSHOP

RESPONSE OPTION 2

4 HOUR SKILLS &
SCENARIO TRAINING 

RESPONSE OPTION 3

3 DAY EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN, RESPONSE OPTIONS SKILLS & SCENARIO DRILLS AND ADVANCED FIRST AID

Grants  for Safety Training

Your Massachusetts business may be eligible for up to $250,000 in funding to do safety training for you employees and leadership team.

We have been named as a provider in these grants since 2008. Contact Safety Trainers to learn how you can apply for this funding.

Call Darcy Cook at Safety Trainers.

508-799-2857