OSHA requires that all operators provide workers with a safe environment and the training, guidance and equipment to do their jobs. An OSHA Compliant Safety Meeting, which is a requirement in the US – every 10 working days, must be documented. Specific guidelines relating to your line of construction do apply to the topics a company must cover with all appropriate workers.
Preparing the materials, creating and filing the meeting rosters and notes are all time consuming and not the best use of skilled operations staff time and expertise. Work smarter and make it easy on your self by contacting a certified OSHA Safety Consultant. For a small annual fee, safety firms will keep you abreast of regulations, provide you with standard, recognized forms and meeting agenda guidelines and can also be your guide to accommodating questions should your firm be audited or visited by an OSHA or OHS representative.
Safety Services Company has been around for 11 years and serves over 110,000 contractors across North America. They provide a one-stop resource for all your OSHA and OHS safety meeting requirements, along with inventive training materials you can purchase to deliver to your crew, in-house, saving hundreds of dollars in outside training expenses.
Jason Whitehead, one of their senior safety consultants, can help put together programs and materials for OSHA and OHS standards (US and Canadian). Jason also has programs that can deliver a custom OSHA Safety Manual for your company, keeping it updated as needed, for no additional charge! You can get some free information at http://www.safetyservicescompany.com
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Jason – I want more information about SSC Programs!” and he’ll get right back to you. His office line is 866-204-4786, and he’s located in Arizona (-6 GMT).
Please let him know that ASGi sent you!
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