Job sites involve hazardous situations and are vulnerable to fall accidents, as construction businesses rely on specialty equipment and heavy machinery. If the site eliminates accidents and injuries, it can save costs for all the parties involved. That is when the OSHA third-party inspection makes it feasible.
OSHA certification makes any workplace safer for workers
Complying with Regulations
Since its establishment in 1970, many cities have made it mandatory for construction sites to comply with OSHA regulations. Working with a third party will help you deal with government interventions during external audits. It shows OSHA that you are interested in making your workplace secure in every way.
Ever since OSHA has started creating awareness about workplace safety, workplace hazards in construction and similar sites have gone down by almost 67%. However, not all companies or starter companies know how to make their workplace safer.
This is where the OSHA third-part safety inspection comes in. The experts will ensure that your employees are fully trained in workplace hazard management to handle accidents and crises. They will train employees on the proper use of protective gear and adequate responses if things go south unexpectedly. They will also check your workplace to remove potential risks, so that workplace accidents are almost negligible.
Getting trained in OSHA by third parties is not as expensive as you’d think. In fact, after the inspection and training, you will remove several hazards from your workplace which could have resulted in injuries, and likewise, hefty compensations for your injured employees after that.
A third-party inspection team will suggest solutions to help your construction projects become more efficient by eliminating outdated, unused equipment, which could be risky and costing you more in terms of electricity usage.
Think Safety Always OSHA Safety Training Program for a Safer Workplace
Our mission is to train your employees in safety and hazard management at risky workplaces like construction sites by conducting the OSHA third-party safety inspection. Contact us at 786-683-4141 for a quick consultation and to book an appointment with our experts.