Create and maintain a safe work environment.
Continued Services

Osha Record Keeping:

  • Let us maintain your OSHA Logs! Meet your posting requirements while ensuring accuracy of your required annual reporting of Injury and Illnesses. Stay up to date on OSHA Standards, and determine if an Injury or Illness is an “OSHA Recordable.”

Occupational Safety/Compliance/Loss Control Inspections:

  • Occupational Safety Compliance and Loss Control Inspections are critical tools for businesses to mitigate risk, avoid interruption, and costly fines. Many companies are unsure whether they comply with OSHA Standards or may not even realize they are out of compliance. My HR Professionals offer Site-Specific Audits to identify unsafe and non-compliance issues. Receive recommended corrective actions to mitigate risks to employees, occupants, the community, the environment, and business operations.

Required Written Program Review and Assistance:

  • If OSHA came to your door, what’s one of the first things the inspector might ask to see? Are your written programs and plans up for that kind of scrutiny? Are you sure you have all the required written plans you need in place? Not all OSHA regulations require written plans, but many do. We can help review and develop the necessary plans.
Occupational Safety Trainings

Additional training is available to our clients upon request. While the majority are at no additional cost, there may be fees associated with specific training options.

OSHA 10 and 30 Hour General Industry Outreach Training:

  • The 10-hour program is designed for entry-level team members, and the 30-hour program is intended to provide workers with safety responsibility. All outreach training is intended to cover an overview of the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention, not OSHA standards.

Respiratory Protection:

  • This introductory Respiratory Protection course will teach you about the medical program, care, use, and limitations of respirators in the workplace. We will discuss the OSHA respirator standards (29 CFR 1910.134 and 29 CFR 1926.103) and choose the proper respirator. You will also learn how to understand breathing volume and monitor the air quality of various work areas.

Fall Protection:

  • During this training, we cover Fall Protection’s basic awareness. The training will also cover details needed to protect yourself and create a safe working environment for your co-workers.

Electrical Safety:

  • This training increases awareness of the dangers of working around electrical devices in a manufacturing setting, especially arc flash hazards. Learn how to recognize electrical hazards, avoid injuries and lessen injury if arc flashes occur, and decrease arc flash potential.

Confined Space:

  • This course presents an overview of the hazards involved in confined spaces and how to maximize safety. It also aims to provide confined spaces employees with an understanding of hazardous conditions, what constitutes a competent person, and acceptable safe working conditions. While every worker within a confined space should be competent, this course is geared toward entrants, attendants, and supervisors.

Hazard Communication:

  • Learn about chemical management compliance programs (chemical inventory, SDS’s, labeling, etc.) and required training to ensure that workers are informed. All pertinent information is clearly and effectively communicated about hazardous chemicals that may be present in the workplace.

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause serious workplace injuries and illnesses. This training outlines what injuries/illnesses may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical, and other workplace hazards. PPE equipment includes gloves, safety glasses and shoes, earplugs or muffs, hard hats, respirators, coveralls, vests, and full bodysuits.

Material Handling:

  • During this training, you will learn the safety aspects of the operations and machinery typically involved in material handling. As well as, how improper handling/storing of materials often results in costly injuries, ineffective worksites, and poor product quality.

Bloodborne Pathogens:

  • This training is an intermediate course that reviews basic safe work practices necessary to avoid exposure to bloodborne pathogens (BBP). You will learn about the kinds of bloodborne pathogens that exist, and the hazards associated with them.

Lab Safety:

  • This session is designed for lab workers in general industry. Laboratories have a variety of safety and health hazards. This laboratory safety training teaches employees the requirements to ensure that they know how to prevent accidents, injuries, and illnesses.

Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO):

  • This training includes LOTO program requirements, definitions, relevant OSHA regulations and informational resources, and steps to follow when performing lockout.

Hot Works:

  • Hot Works is described as any work that involves burning, welding, using fire/spark-producing tools, or producing a source of ignition. In this training, we will discuss the proper program application, permitting procedures, required PPE, and fire prevention techniques.

Behavioral-Based Safety:

  • Behavior-based safety is a broad term used to describe everything from basic employee behavior audits to a safety management system. In this training, we discuss modifying safety culture at worksites to achieve a safer and more productive workforce. Techniques discussed will include observations, discussions, and trending data for relevant trends.

Machine Guarding:

  • This training covers the various hazards of mechanical motion and presents some techniques for protecting workers from these hazards. Other information covered includes:
  • where mechanical hazards occur
  • requirements for effective safeguards
  • a brief discussion of non-mechanical hazards
  • risks created by different kinds of actions

First Aid/CPR/AED Training:

  • American Red Cross CPR, AED, and First Aid Training program. The purpose of the training is to learn proper recognition and response to cardiac, breathing, and first aid emergencies. Learn the skills necessary to provide immediate care to an injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive.

Noise and Hearing Conservation:

  • This training, for general industry, covers the exposure to, control of, and protection from excessive work site noise. In this noise safety course, you will be introduced to the many noise sources in the workplace. You will also be instructed on the importance of a hearing conservation program. It offers ways to minimize noise and the use of hearing protection.

Portable Fire Extinguishers:

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers are an essential part of your fire prevention program as they limit fire damage. In this training, you will learn about fire extinguisher safety, steps of inspection, and fire classifications in regard to fuel. You will also learn about how to inspect and document your portable fire extinguishers according to OSHA standards.

Worker Right to Know:

  • Worker Right to Know Awareness for General Industry is a course that explores employee exposure and medical records. The course is also known as “Worker Right to Know,” as covered by OSHA Subpart Z, 29 CFR 1910.1020 for General Industry. Get answers to questions relating to the “worker right to know” law and how the standard addresses trade secrets. Find out which record requests do not need to be in writing and how to access those on file.