SF Bay Area Safety Audits
SAFETY ASSESSMENTS & AUDITS
An audit refers to a broadly standardised process which examines a certain field of operation and will portray the big picture. The ISO Standards stand as a good example. The International Organisation offers standardised processes to test various operations such as quality management, environmental performance, documentation of occupational health and safety, and many more areas in a company. Audit results are built from the outcomes of inspections. The purpose is to showcase a comprehensive analysis of a specific field of operation and possibly obtain recognised standards for it.
Are you based in the San Francisco Bay Area? Safety Compliance Management’s safety audits and environmental assessments go above and beyond in ensuring your company and sites comply with local, state of California, and Federal OSHA requirements. We help build a safety culture where employees and management work together to do the job both effectively and safely. Our fine attention to detail is the reason why San Francisco Bay Area businesses trust us to cover their safety and environmental needs.
Our environmental and safety audit team services are not limited to the San Francisco Bay Area… we routinely provide environmental health and safety assessments for business all over the country. If you are a United States business, we would be more than happy to provide you with a quote for our health and safety assessment services.
IDENTIFY GOALS & SCOPE
Our assessment and audit team will meet with key personnel in your organization to identify goals and a scope for the assessment or audit. The most effective means of achieving those goals and an agreed on time frame will be established. Upon completion of the assessment or audit, our team will work with you to identify reasonable corrective actions for achieving organizational goals and developing a strong safety culture.
Safety Compliance Management will help your job site personnel develop critical processes, programs, and solutions.
We use a team approach to assessments and audits in these important areas:
- Life Safety Concerns: exits, exit pathways, emergency lighting, and first aid kits
- Housekeeping: slips, trips, and falls; building access; main electrical and gas shutoff accessibility; and eating and drinking policies
- Fire Protection: fire extinguishers, non-permitted building additions, fire hoses, yard fire hydrants, fire risers, sprinklers, PIVs, and alarms
- Electrical: non-approved use of extension cords, access to boxes, and appropriate labeling of electrical hazards
- Hazardous Materials: storage and handling, labeling, quantities, incompatibility issues, hazardous waste, inspection programs, compressed gas storage and usage, and hazard communication program
- Site-Specific Permits or Programs: Hazardous Material Business Plan (HMBP), SB 14, SPCC, pressure vessel permits, respirator programs, industrial truck programs, and hearing conservation programs
- Injury and Illness Recordkeeping: OSHA 300 logs, Safety Committee Minutes, Safety Training records, Toolbox topic ideas, Material Safety Data Sheet maintenance – all of these are components of your Injury Illness Prevention Plan, and are among some of the first things OSHA asks to see. Can you afford not to have your records kept ready?
CHEMICAL HANDLING, STORAGE, AND TRANSPORTATION ISSUES
- DOT Regulations (49 CFR)
- Hazardous Materials Business Plan (HMBP)
- Hazard Communication Program
- Uniform Fire Code (UFC) and Uniform Building Code (UBC) Issues
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE WASTE
- Respirator Fit Testing
- Noise Monitoring
- Personal Exposure Monitoring
- RCRA and Title 22 Compliance
- SB 14 Plans
- Biennial Reporting
- Contingency Plans
- Emergency Response