Our professional staff can perform walk-through inspections to identify worksite hazards and recommend appropriate controls. We'll also perform an audit to determine the value of your current safety program and identify areas and methods for improvement - with the goal to increase overall compliance for your safety program. If a particular problem area or cause for concern is identified, we have the experience and resources to help facilitate a resolution.
Losses are often a symptom of a potential business problem. Our comprehensive review of your prior loss history will help identify trends or problem areas that can be addressed to prevent future accidents. As part of this review process, we can often recommend necessary and immediate corrective action, along with changes to policies and/or procedures. We will also advise on any required action(s) with respect to loss frequency vs. severity and unsafe acts vs. unsafe conditions.
Our expertise allows us to be an advisory resource for your in-house safety management personnel. With our broad range of resources, we can provide you with interpretation and practical application of most specific safety regulations to ensure your compliance. Additionally, we are available to provide on-site assistance during accident investigations and will assist you in resolving safety concerns. Our professional staff will also evaluate and coordinate the insurance company loss control process, working with carrier personnel to ensure you get timely and quality service.
Our client, a general contractor, had gone through several less than average safety directors over time, which created friction and distrust among the site superintendents and an unwillingness to buy into a sound safety program. As a Safety Consultant, I assisted our client with the hiring process by providing guidance on the qualities, responsibilities, education, and experience an effective safety director should have. I continued to work closely with the new safety director to provide both technical guidance and safety leadership skills. Personal goals were established as well as safety performance goals for field supervision. The company’s safety performance quickly jumped to above average and the site superintendents now see the safety director as an advocate and an advisor, rather than an adversary or someone trying to impede job progress.”
John C. Sullivan,
CSP, Vice President Safety Services