Business owners cannot keep operations running and thriving without a healthy and efficient workforce. Therefore, it is essential to ensure your employees are given the tools to succeed, while also ensuring you have created a culture of safety to minimize any risks their daily activities may carry.
Why Invest In Workplace Safety?
Every year, U.S. businesses suffer the consequences of workplace injuries. Not only do these injuries result in lost time, but safety violations can also and will lead to costly fines. According to OSHA:
How GMS Can Help
GMS can help business owners take a proactive approach to workplace safety through various services. These strategies include:
- Assess existing safety program.
- Assist client in developing safety documentation.
- Assist client in using written documents as a framework to develop an effective safety culture.
- Assist clients in recognizing and eliminating jobsite/facility hazards.
- Generate jobsite/facility inspection reports.
Accident and Injury Investigations
- Investigate serious injuries to assist in identifying the root cause.
- Aid in mitigating all jobsite hazards.
- Assist clients in the development of an internal incident investigation process.
- Interview witnesses, photograph scenes, and gather vital information.
- Generate a written investigation report for documentation.
- Recommend corrective actions to prevent future accidents/injuries.
- Conduct industry-specific onsite training.
- Enable clients to manage employee safety training modules and safety videos through an online portal.
- Educate clients on the importance of safety training and assist in the development of a custom safety training program.
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
- Educate clients on the process of performing JHAs.
- Assist clients in the development and implementation of SOPs.
OSHA Inspection and Citation Assistance
- Support clients through OSHA investigations and the management/mitigation of OSHA citations.
- Attend OSHA informal conference with clients to assist in the potential reduction or elimination of OSHA citations.