D2000 Safety Audits: Ensure a Safer Workplace

D2000 Safety Audits

Can your location benefit from formal D2000 safety audits?

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A D2000 Safety professional inspects shoring equipment before installation at an excavation site.

Depending on the work environment, assessing safety issues can be daunting task. It can be difficult to find the right personnel and assessment tools needed to evaluate site conditions.
Once the safety audit has been finished, compiling the information into a concise report with specific recommendations involves another set of advanced skills which some locations may not possess.

D2000 Safety audits are one way of addressing these needs. Our consultants can bring decades of experience to your construction project or general industry work location. Often, a fresh set of eyes can reveal issues that can be easy to overlook.

The types of safety audit and assessment services we can provide include:

  • Overall work site conditions
  • Confined space safety audits and surveys
  • Fall protection safety audits and surveys
  • Material handling/forklift operations safety audits
  • Emergency action plan assessments
  • Rescue team assessments
  • Mock OSHA/MSHA inspections

Our assessments and recommendations reflect OSHA, ANSI, and NFPA requirements as applicable as well as industry best practices. These audit and inspection services can be provided on a one-time or recurring basis as needed. For many locations, these audits help ensure that any condition or practice that results in a hazard or unsafe work environment will be immediately brought to the attention of the project managers or supervisors.

Throughout the process our consultants are available to discuss all aspects of the safety audits and can develop an acceptable written health and safety plan that meets OSHA requirements. If needed, we can also provide on-site basic training for common health and safety topics (e.g., lockout/tag out, hazard communication, hearing conservation, and personal protective equipment.

Our consultants can bring decades of experience to your construction project or general industry work location. Often, a fresh set of eyes can reveal issues that can be easy to overlook.

Jim Johnson February 10, 2016
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