Safety Management Consulting
We are able to assist with building a customized Safety Management System for your company. Consulting services will be outlined in a service agreement between StG and the management team of clients.
- Developing Safety Management Plans & Record Management
- Developing company rules & policies
- Due diligence
- Identifying hazards and mitigating risk
- Risk assessments
- Writing safe work practices (SWP)
- Writing safe job procedures (SJP)
- Incident investigations
- Worksite inspections
- Training employees in traversing work zones safely and respectfully.
- WorksafeBC compliance as well as OH & S Regulation compliance and interpretation
- Liaising with WorkSafeBC.
- Engineering Controls
- Administrative Controls
- Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Elimination is a hazard control strategy based on completely removing a material or process causing a hazard. Elimination is the most effective of the five members of the hierarchy of hazard controls in protecting workers, and where possible should be implemented before all other control methods. Many jurisdictions require that an employer eliminate hazards if it is possible, before considering other types of hazard control.
Engineering Controls are strategies designed to protect workers from hazardous conditions by placing a barrier between the worker and the hazard or by removing a hazardous substance through air ventilation. Engineering controls involve a physical change to the workplace itself, rather than relying on workers’ behavior or requiring workers to wear protective clothing.
Administrative Controls are training, procedure, policy, or shift designs that lessen the threat of a hazard to an individual. Administrative controls typically change the behavior of people.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is protective clothing, helmets,
Deuteronomy 22:8 (NLT) “When you build a new house, you must build a railing around the edge of its flat roof. That way you will not be considered guilty of murder if someone falls from the roof.”
StG is experienced in recording near misses and analyzing the information to implement appropriate controls. Our supervisors keep journals, with times and photo logging when possible. We can also update Traffic Control Plans when required & record removal of traffic controls. We field audit our staff and the temporary sign setup for compliance to the traffic control plans.
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