Companies who place an emphasis on sales and production usually get the results they work for. With this thinking, companies who place an emphasis on “safety” keep their employees safe and keep their cost down. It takes a change in culture to make a safety program truly successful. OSHA Along with that safety mindset, sometimes it makes sense to have an extra set of eyes to assist in making sure your facility is OSHA compliant. Here at IPC, our safety staff can assist you with our FREE “Safety Audit” for OSHA Compliance. Our 14-point audit gives the OSHA Regulation Number, a brief description of what that Reg requires, where your facility is in compliance, and finally, what product or service you will need to get in compliance.   Whether you are in manufacturing or distribution, safety is something you must deal with everyday. OSHA does not take time off in dealing potential violators. Let IPC help you identify those potential safety problems in your facility that can cause you headaches in the future. Our audit is completely confidential and will give you information on which processes to correct or which product is needed to get your facility into OSHA compliance.   Here are some of the areas that violations are found in:

  • Fall Protection
  • Scaffolding
  • Hazard Communication
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Electrical – Wiring Methods
  • Powdered Industrial Trucks
  • Ladders
  • Electrical – General Requirements
  • Machine Guarding
  • Record Keeping Forms and Recording Criteria
  • Fall Protection – Training
  • Personal Protective Equipment – General
  • Mechanical Power Transmission Apparatus

  Don’t let one of these violations catch up with you. Contact your IPC Sales Rep, or call us at (404) 346 – 5800 and let us help you with your OSHA compliance.   Randy Brown – IPC Safety Manager

Comments

  1. Randy Brown

    Recently a long time IPC customer asked for assistance in eye injury prevention and first aid. During our walkthrough we found numerous eyewash stations that had not been inspected for over 18 months. Simple OSHA violations like an eyewash unit inspection can cost a company thousands of dollars in potential fines. Let IPC assist you in identifying potential OSHA violations. We are a phone call away.

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