Have you been wondering if your existing safety and health programs meet the minimum OSHA regulations? A Board Certified Safety professional will objectively review your programs, record keeping, process hazard management and employee’s safety comprehension and adherence to work place practices. This reduces the risk of costly OSHA penalties.

Program audits include:

1) Benchmark indicators of existing program compliance.

2) Identification of strengths and weakness.

3) Identification and prioritization of opportunities to meet OSHA regulations

OSHA’s Top 10 Focus – General Industry

This audit includes a records review, facility inspection, employee observations and interviews for the following OSHA standards.

1) Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030

2) Guarding of floor & wall openings 1910.23

3) Hazard Communication 1910.1200

4) Hazwoper 1910.120

5) Lockout/Tagout 1910.147

6) Noise Exposure 1910.95

7) Permit Required Confined Spaces 1910.146

8) Personal Protective Equipment 1910 Subpart I

9) Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178

10) Respiratory Protection 1910.134

Duration of time to complete the audit will vary depending on the size of the facility and/or complexity of operational processes.

After the onsite audit, a written report is be provided that identifies potential gaps and recommendations.

PSM Compliance Audit

OSHA’s standard for process safety management requires a completion of a compliance audit every three years.

An external program audit consisting of records review, facility inspection and employee observation and interviews can assist to identify potential gaps.

The audit process will cover, at a minimum, the following elements. 1) Employee Participation

2) Process Safety Information (PSI)

3) Process Hazard Analysis (PHA)

4) Operating Procedures

5) Training

6) Contractors

7) Management of Change (MOC)

8) Mechanical Integrity

9) Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR)

10) Hot Work Permit

11) Incident Investigation

12) Emergency Planning and Response

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