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Compliance with OSHA standards can be cumbersome. However, an effective safety program will not only provide each employee a safe environment in which to work but will also positively impact the bottom line. Such a program requires ongoing attention.
EI’s Certified Safety Professionals (CSP) and other experienced professionals can provide clients with the insight and knowledge gained only from experience to help you develop, improve or maintain a safety program that complies with OSHA and encourages compliance by your employees. EI’s safety professionals are also multi-disciplinary and have developed expertise in all safety program areas including:
- Electrical safety
- Fire protection regulations
- Confined spaces
- Personal protective equipment
- Safe scaffolding and ladders
- Safe use of cranes and hoisting equipment
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Hearing conservation
- OSHA recordkeeping
- Respiratory protection
- Laboratory safety
- Power generation
EI’s programs typically focus on compliance with OSHA’s General Industry (29 CFR 1910) and Construction (29 CFR 1926) standards. Typical services include:
- OSHA compliance audits and simulated OSHA inspections
- Accident/Incident investigation
- Employer and contractor program development
- Process safety management services
- Engineering support
- Industrial hygiene services
- Workers’ compensation management consulting
Complimenting EI’s occupational health and industrial hygiene professionals, EI is uniquely qualified to provide comprehensive occupational safety consulting services.
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When you use The EI Group, Inc., you are hiring true Industrial Hygiene professionals with a real world view and service that far exceeds industry norms. With EI reports, you get the information you need right away without all the fluff.
On April 10, 2020, OSHA issued a memorandum which relaxed the rules for recording cases of COVID-19 on the OSHA 300. EI first reported on this topic back on April 15, 2020. More recently, OSHA issued another memorandum intended to provide guidance for compliance officers, rescinding those earlier restrictions and returning to standard recordkeeping practices for all employers as of May 26, 2020.