Running a successful business can be tumultuous. Profit margins are not the sole concern. Implementing and maintaining a written Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) compliant program is required by law, even for small businesses (i.e., General Industry Training Requirements, 29 CFR Part 1910 and Construction Training Requirements, 29 CFR Part 1926). Generally, OSHA will look for a written safety and health program containing, at a minimum, management leadership and employee participation; hazard identification and assessment; hazard prevention and control; information and training; and evaluation of program effectiveness. OHST can assist our clients with implementation and maintenance of such programs to ensure compliance and establish a “safety-conscientious” work force. Additionally, we offer third party records review (i.e., auditing) for in-place occupational safety and health programs.
OSHA’s working philosophy supports a “performance over paperwork” approach to the workplace. That is, performance of the workers will indicate if they’ve been adequately trained. OHST offers safety and health training to prepare our client’s workforce for superior safety conscientious performance (through use of safety lectures, written exams, performance evaluations, and more). We provide both in-house and off-site training to meet our client’s comfort and schedule.
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