Services

Our programs and services are designed to help organizations keep their employees trained and informed in the area of Safety. Our services help make Safety an easy function of your job instead of the necessary burden that it can become. The following services are available either individually or part of an entire safety package.

 

OSHA Compliance

10-Hour General Industry Voluntary Compliance Courses ›

30-Hour General Industry Voluntary Compliance Courses ›

Learn how to comply with the most demanding standards, as outlined by OSHA. Get the information you need to meet OSHA standards and establish a pro-active safety program.

Safety Record Keeping ›

Proper record keeping is an essential function of your safety program. Learn how to properly maintain the OSHA 300 log and save your organization thousands of dollars. We have conducted over 150 classes for over 1000 companies, and have trained over 1500 employees.

Facility Inspections ›

Conducted on a quarterly basis.

Trained safety professionals inspect entire facility.

Identify potential safety hazards with equipment, production areas and written programs, which could be cited during an OSHA inspection.

Safety Training ›

Quarterly training programs conducted at your facility covering the topics of:

  • Hazard Communication
  • Hearing Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • And others.

Written Safety Programs ›

The most highly sited during OSHA inspections, Written safety programs are an essential part of your company’s complete safety program.

Program are easily customized to your specific site. Take advantage of these programs and save.

Industrial Hygiene ›

Industrial Hygiene is defined as the science of protecting and enhancing the health and safety of people at work and in their communities. Those dedicated to anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling those hazards are known as Industrial Hygienists.

10-Hour General Industry Voluntary Compliance Courses

This seminar is designed as a cost-effective means for management to learn about the most common and dangerous topics, which may affect their facility. Seminar attendees will learn how to comply with the most demanding standards, as outlined by OSHA. An OSHA authorized instructor will conduct the course. The course is designed to give you the information you need to meet OSHA standards and to establish a pro-active safety program. The following topics, plus addition safety information will be covered:

  • How to handle an OSHA Inspection
  • Introduction to OSHA, OSH act/General Duty Clause
  • Personal protection equipment – Hazardous Assessment
  • Fire Protection – Emergency Action Procedures – Means of Egress
  • Machine Guarding
  • Electrical Safety – Lockout/Tagout
  • Hazard Communication/Right to Know
  • Safety and Health Programs
  • OSHA Record-Keeping Requirements (300 log, MSD, and others)

Upon completion of the course you will have a better understanding on what it takes to have a safety program that meets OSHA requirements. You will also have a better understanding of the following areas:

  • Fundamental OSHA standards for general industry
  • OSHA policies and procedures
  • And much more

Who should attend this seminar?

  • Safety Directors
  • Plant Managers
  • Safety Committee Members
  • Health & Safety Coordinators
  • Human Resources Managers

Participants in the training program will receive a wallet-size card issued by the OSHA Training Institute. This card demonstrates completion of OSHA’s 10-hour safety and health General Industry Outreach training and could be helpful in handling an OSHA complaint or inspection.

We will conduct classes at your facility upon request. The minimum requirement for classes is five, call for rates.

Review the Upcoming General Industry OSHA Training Class box that appears on every page for upcoming dates and locations. Additional class dates are being added daily, call (317) 867-3145 for more information.

30-Hour General Industry Voluntary Compliance Courses

This 30-hour class is a much more comprehensive training than our 10-hour program. The class will thoroughly examine the various 29 CFR 1910 General Industry Standards. This class is best suited for those who are trying to expand on their safety knowledge. The class covers required topics such as:

  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Protection
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Means of Egress
  • Machine Guarding
  • Lock Out Tag Out
  • Scaffolding Requirements
  • And much more

It also covers all of the curriculum discussed in the 10-hour General Industry OSHA classes, but in more depth and offers a variety of hands on exercises to help you more thoroughly understand the current OSHA standards. These hands on training programs will provide all of the necessary information for a thorough safety program for your facility.

Upon completion of the course you will have a better understanding on what it takes to have a safety program that meets OSHA requirements. You will also have a better understanding of the following areas:

  • Fundamental OSHA standards for general industry
  • OSHA policies and procedures
  • And much more

Who should attend this seminar?

  • Safety Directors
  • Plant Managers
  • Safety Committee Members
  • Health & Safety Coordinators
  • Human Resources Managers

Participants in the training program will receive a wallet-size card issued by the OSHA Training Institute. This card demonstrates completion of OSHA’s 30-hour safety and health General Industry Outreach training and could be helpful in handling an OSHA complaint or inspection.

We will conduct classes at your facility upon request. The minimum requirement for classes is five, call for rates.

Review the Upcoming General Industry OSHA Training Class box that appears on every page for upcoming dates and locations. Additional class dates are being added daily, call (317) 867-3145 for more information.

Safety Record Keeping Services

Proper record keeping is an essential function of your safety program. The OSHA 300 log must be filled out properly and timely. If accidents or injuries are placed on the log and they were not required, this can impact many different areas including Workman’s Compensation premiums. OSHA log violations are ranked #2 on the OSHA Top 20 Violations list. For those clients who have taken advantage of our complete safety training programs, we will assist them with answering any questions they may have when completing this very important document.

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145

Facility Inspections

One component of the Safety program includes the facility inspections. These are conducted on a quarterly basis. A trained safety professional will inspect the entire facility. These inspections are designed to help identify potential safety hazards with equipment, production areas and written programs, which could be cited during an OSHA inspection. The report is kept in the strictest of confidence. Recommendations will be made on how to make your specific site safer for all.

OSHA inspections are prompted by a number of events, such as:

  • Reported imminent danger at a workplace. An OSHA inspector will drop everything, including an ongoing death investigation, if a report is received that implies imminent danger at a workplace. The inspector is hoping to prevent a possible death or serious injury.
  • Fatalities or catastrophes. When a workplace has a fatality or a catastrophe that requires the hospitalization of multiple people, an OSHA inspection is prompted.
  • Employee complaints. OSHA may send an inspector to follow up on an employee complaint, or the agency may just send a letter requesting information from the employer
  • Referrals from other agencies. Other government agencies or inspectors can prompt an OSHA inspection.
  • Targeted facilities. OSHA has programs that track accidents, injuries and illnesses. OSHA uses this information to target facilities in high hazard industries or individual facilities that have a high injury or illness rate.

We have been through many OSHA inspections with our clients, and on average save them more than 70% on fines, not including what we save them by having a pro-active safety program. On the average we save our clients at least half the money of our contracts and in many cases we save them more money than we charge.

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145

Safety Training

Quarterly Visits
Training of employees is one of the most valued services provided to our clients. The quarterly training programs conducted at your facility, bring current safety information to your employees. There are annual requirements and recommendations for conducting training for all of your affected employees in the areas of Hazard Communication, Hearing Protection, Respiratory Protection, Control of Hazardous Energy/Lockout Tagout for Authorized Employees, Bloodborne Pathogens, Emergency Preparedness and others. We will train your employees no matter how many or what shift they may be working. We specialize in meeting the training needs of our clients, to ensure their team is trained to work safely and to meet current OSHA requirements.

OSHA General Industry Courses
Our basic training program begins with the 10-Hour OSHA General Industry Course (all attendees will receive the 10-hour OSHA card for attendance at this class). The 10-Hour OSHA class has been conducted all over Indiana, Missouri, Ohio and Illinois. This class is designed to take ten topics (mostly designated by OSHA), and give companies the knowledge to understand the basics of OSHA. Our manual consists of 170 pages of information; including checklist, examples and much more that will help you manage your safety program. This course is designed to meet the needs of the professional safety person, and the person who is just getting started in the safety field. Some of the topics covered in the course include Hazardous Communications, Lockout, Machine Guarding, Electrical, Emergency Action Plan, Personal Protective Equipment, and others. A more in depth 30-Hour OSHA General Industry Course is available for the Safety professional who needs more information that can be put into action upon returning from the class.

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145

Written Safety Programs

Written safety programs are an essential part of your complete safety program. This area is also one of the most highly sited during OSHA inspections. The OSHA Top 20 Violations has Written Hazard Communication Programs ranked as the #1 violation.

We can provide a Written Safety program that can be easily customized to your specific site. Safety Management Services has done all of the research to make sure everything is included in these programs. Take advantage of these programs and save yourself a great deal of time and money.

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145

Safety Training

Quarterly Visits
Training of employees is one of the most valued services provided to our clients. The quarterly training programs conducted at your facility, bring current safety information to your employees. There are annual requirements and recommendations for conducting training for all of your affected employees in the areas of Hazard Communication, Hearing Protection, Respiratory Protection, Control of Hazardous Energy/Lockout Tagout for Authorized Employees, Bloodborne Pathogens, Emergency Preparedness and others. We will train your employees no matter how many or what shift they may be working. We specialize in meeting the training needs of our clients, to ensure their team is trained to work safely and to meet current OSHA requirements.

OSHA General Industry Courses
Our basic training program begins with the 10-Hour OSHA General Industry Course (all attendees will receive the 10-hour OSHA card for attendance at this class). The 10-Hour OSHA class has been conducted all over Indiana, Missouri, Ohio and Illinois. This class is designed to take ten topics (mostly designated by OSHA), and give companies the knowledge to understand the basics of OSHA. Our manual consists of 170 pages of information; including checklist, examples and much more that will help you manage your safety program. This course is designed to meet the needs of the professional safety person, and the person who is just getting started in the safety field. Some of the topics covered in the course include Hazardous Communications, Lockout, Machine Guarding, Electrical, Emergency Action Plan, Personal Protective Equipment, and others. A more in depth 30-Hour OSHA General Industry Course is available for the Safety professional who needs more information that can be put into action upon returning from the class.

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145

Industrial Hygiene

Did you know that Safety Management Services Inc. now has the capability to offer industrial hygiene services?  Not familiar with the terms Industrial Hygiene, Industrial Hygienist, or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)?  Industrial Hygiene is defined as the science of protecting and enhancing the health and safety of people at work and in their communities.  Those dedicated to anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling those hazards are known as Industrial Hygienists.  A Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) is a safety & health professional that has attained this credential by completing 180 academic contact hours or 240 continuing education contact hours of specific industrial hygiene courses, having at least 5 years of relevant experience in industrial hygiene practice, and successful completion of a rigorous written examination.

Why would you need to hire an industrial hygienist? 

  • Minimize workplace illness and injuries
  • Minimize workers’ compensation costs
  • Investigate indoor air quality issues
  • Improve worker satisfaction and productivity
  • Show management commitment to worker health & safety
  • Perform side by side monitoring during an OSHA inspection

What services can an industrial hygienist provide for your business?

  • Chemical exposure assessment and measurement
  • Noise exposure assessment and measurement, noise mapping, and PPE selection
  • Indoor air quality evaluation
  • Mold evaluation and testing
  • Asbestos evaluation, testing and awareness training
  • Lead evaluation, testing and awareness training
  • Compliance auditing
  • Respirator program development, including respirator selection and fit testing
  • Bloodborne pathogen program development and training
  • Hazard communication program development, chemical inventory and training
  • Confined space evaluation, program development and training
  • Ergonomic assessments for the office, laboratory and production workstation

For more information on these programs and others Contact Safety Management Services at (317) 867-3145