Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) Initial and Renewal Preparation Audits
Whether your company has just started the VPP application process or is ready for a renewal visit from OSHA, EI can assist you in every step of the process. From completing the application; coordinate your employees, management, and contractor involvement; conduct an extensive recordkeeping and facility pre audit; and develop an action plan to correct discrepancies.
Facility/Site Safety Inspections
With rapidly increasing Worker’s Compensation and insurance costs, OSHA fines are not the only reason to strengthen your safety program. EI employs many Certified Safety Professionals (CSP), former OSHA compliance inspectors, and other experienced safety professionals who can conduct a confidential audit for your manufacturing facility or construction site to identify safety violations. After which we can help formulate corrective plans and provide follow-up assistance to help keep your employees safe and lower your operating costs.
OSHA Documentation and Training Audits
Many small to medium sized businesses do not have the experience or personnel to maintain the documentation necessary to comply with the safety recordkeeping requirements. One of EI’s many safety professionals can perform accident and near miss investigations and complete the related investigation forms. After performing the investigation, EI can update and maintain the OSHA Logs and complete the annual summary.
Insurance companies and OSHA require extensive occupational safety training. EI can not only provide such training, but also audit your past training records to ensure they contain the necessary elements to meet regulatory recordkeeping requirements.
IN NEED OF OUR SERVICES?
Great article Bill! Really enjoyed the read. Very important stuff for everyone that maintains an OSHA 300 Log to know. Even after 22 years of doing this type of recordkeeping, I even learned a couple of new things from this article.Barry McCallum, CSP, CHMM
Of the numerous standards that repeatedly earn a spot on OSHA’s annual Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Violations list, none surprises me more year after year as the control of hazardous energy, more commonly known as lockout/tagout (or “LOTO”).read more