Examining the Work Environment for Optimal Safety
Safety Program Audits and work area inspections are great tools that can be used to identify problems and hazards before conditions result in accidents or injuries. Audits help identify the effectiveness of safety program management and can be used as a guide to assure regulatory compliance and a safe workplace. Inspections help identify and record hazards for corrective action. With Solutions Plus by your side, we make these important activities easier to conduct and manage.
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Audits & Inspections
Solutions Plus can discover where potential problems and hazards are with these audits and inspections.
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Discover where you may be cited before a real OSHA inspection. Audit covers OSHA compliance regulations, required written programs and training records, site conditions and physical hazards, safe and unsafe behaviors, and observations. Includes a standard audit report.
Thorough inspection of your flammable cabinets to ensure cabinets seal and close correctly so contents are safe and cabinets stay compliant.
Analysis includes identifying the steps that make up a job, identifying the hazards at each step, finding safety measures to avoid risks, and a risk assessment.
Safeguards workers from injury by identifying the right hand protection for the job. Evaluation of current hand PPE, job hazard analysis to identify worksite risks, and matching needs identified to the right gloves.
Ensures the right PPE is provided, used, and maintained in a sanitary and reliable condition. PPE audit includes eyes, face, head, and extremities, protective clothing, respiratory devices, and protective shields and barriers.
Ensures you have a workplace emergency plan that fits your industry, workplace and region addressing general emergencies, evacuation plans, communication, employee training and drills, weather preparation and response, and more.
Designed to capture compressed air and gas samples for purity analysis. The OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard states that employers shall ensure that cylinders used to supply breathing air to respirators have a certificate of analysis showing the air meets Grade D requirements.
A plant safety compliance audit helps correct workplace activities that impact health and safety that are not in compliance with regulatory agencies. Audit includes a thorough review of current program with revisions to your program policies and procedures, if needed.
The 5S audit evaluates the proper implementation of 5S in the workplace ensuring that 5S principles and set standards are being followed and implemented by workers.
A visual inspection and activation of your eyewash, face/eyewash and shower stations to check compliance for temperature, PSI, and flow patterns. Performed on a contract or as needed basis.
A thorough inspection of your plant to ensure you have the signs and labels you need to meet OSHA’s general industry standards for a safe and compliant workplace.
A detailed inspection of your AED and first aid kits to ensure equipment is operating correctly and kits are stocked for any emergency.
An examination of all in-service ladders for damaged or missing parts and comprehensive list of ladders that need replacing.
Inspection, maintenance and testing of your facilities fire extinguishers.
Annual required Competent Person Inspection per OSHA for Fall Protection equipment on harnesses, lanyards, and SRL's to ensure gear is up-to-date and compliant with the proper safety standards.
Audit and Inspection Benefits
Over time, audits and inspections can quickly pay for themselves. Below are a few benefits to your company, employees, contractors and customers:
- Improved workforce safety
- Fewer accidents, injuries and illnesses
- Lowered workers’ compensation costs
- Fewer legal claims
- Improved efficiency and productivity
- Reduced compliance risk and regulatory uncertainty