OSHA COMPLIANCE

OSHA Compliance Training

Safety success requires leaders to strategically plan how they will equip employees with the knowledge to perform all parts of their job safely. Compliance training is the baseline for educating employees about safety. Peak Safety Performance has a network of preferred vendors that can provide OSHA compliance training on a variety of topics. The goal of this service is to deliver professional OSHA compliance training utilizing high quality instructors with firsthand knowledge of the subject. Participants learn the basics from experienced teachers, including training classes for OSHA 10.

“We can provide basic OSHA compliance training”

OSHA Compliance Audits

Experienced Peak Safety Representatives will provide a comprehensive safety audit that identifies potential areas of improvement. The audit will include an opening conference, program review, site walk-through, and a closing conference.

“We can provide loss prevention safety audits and consultation”

Clients can utilize the audit report as a baseline for driving improvement with safety. Peak Safety Performance Representatives are also available to provide consultation for any improvement initiatives regarding OSHA compliance. The goal for the audit is to help clients identify areas that they can improve.

Protecting Temporary Workers

What does OSHA compliance mean in regards to their new Temporary Worker Initiative?

 

“Host employers need to treat temporary workers as they treat existing employees. Temporary staffing agencies and host employers share control over the employee, and are therefore jointly responsible for temp employee’s safety and health. It is essential that both employers comply with all relevant OSHA requirements.”

— David Michaels, PhD, MPH, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health

 

Peak Safety can provide the following OSHA compliance services that help you protect your employees:

  • Perform a risk assessment so you are aware of the hazards in the workplace.
  • Conduct a training records audit so you can verify that employees have training documentation on file.
  • Recommend corrective actions where needed.
  • Document the process to show due diligence.
  • Provide classes for OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 training.