WHAT IS OSHA??
In 1970 the United States Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards for American employers.
What does this mean?
Under Federal Law, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace for their workers. Employers must find and correct safety and health hazards by making feasible changes in working conditions. Employers must provide safety training, keep accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses, and perform tests and monitoring required by some OSHA standards, provide employees with required PPE, and much more.
DIGITAL SAFETY MANAGER - MOST POPULAR OPTION
Your Digital Safety Manager is there for you 24/7. You can contact them via phone, text, or email any time you need them. They can help walk you through workplace incidents, even complete an incident report and contact your customer. They can create personalized OSHA Policies and Forms, and even help you training your employees on your new forms. Plus, you and your employees can meet with and ask questions to your safety manager every quarter on your ZOOM Safety meeting.
This option is currently only available in Oklahoma, with plans to move into the Midland/Odessa area soon. This options comes with everything the Digital Safety Manager option comes with, PLUS your safety professional comes to your location every week or every month depending on your location. The best option for fostering a strong safety culture in your company.
24/7 ON-SITE SAFETY REPRESENTATION
For worksites that have multiple people and need a constant safety presence on location, The HSEU provides experienced The HSEU Trained and Qualified Safety Professionals on your site that will uphold and enforce your company's safety and quality standards, as well as provide first aid to injured employees, complete incident reports, visual-site/location inspections, drug & alcohol monitoring and much more.
*Prices are dependent on location, driving distances, lodging, duration, and type of work.
- Prices Starting at:
- $1,200/Day - 12 hour shift
- $2,200/Day - 24 hour shift
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