To us, workplace safety means more than simply eliminating accidents in the short term.

We believe in helping our clients strengthen their organizations strategically and practically, fulfilling their goals to make workplace safety a core value and practice.

We help implement a combined approach providing skilled training and tailored resource materials to eliminate lost-time claims, while also providing comprehensive monitoring, tracking, logging and reporting systems to minimize the effect of claims that do occur. workplace Safety Specialists will be dedicated to your organization’s loss prevention program, drawing on a wide range of resources in order to create a tailored approach.

Jobsite & Facility Inspections

Identifying opportunities for achieving a zero-injury safety culture. By revealing potential behavioral and environmental hazards, jobsite and facility inspections can promote accountability for worker safety across an entire organization.

OSHA Compliance

Leveraging insight and experience to ensure better compliance management. By proactively maintaining facilities, records, and written programs in preparation for an OSHA inspection, employers can maintain positive, productive relationships with federal and state regulatory agencies.

Safety Committee Facilitation

Strengthening a zero-injury safety culture through ongoing engagement. Safety committees help promote a zero-injury culture by encouraging participation in the implementation, management, and success of a company’s safety program.

Safety Training

Communicating a deeper commitment to a safe and productive workplace. No matter the industry, ensuring that every employee can perform their duties in a safe and productive manner requires a comprehensive safety training program that reflects the unique needs, exposures and characteristics of an individual workplace.

Written Safety Programs

Documenting a strategy for achieving a zero-injury culture. Through investment in written safety programs, employers are able to more effectively describe and communicate expectations for compliance with internal and regulatory safety standards.