IH&SC can help you investigate accidents that occur on your site and will train your staff in how they should be investigating accidents that occur.
Does your facility meet the current OSHA requirements? We can help you answer that question beginning with a records review and a top to bottom audit to determine compliance with OSHA regulations.
We provide onsite inspections of your construction operation using not only OSHA requirements but good safety and health practices as our guides.
Compliance with OSHA does not necessarily mean that your facility won’t have an accident resulting in an injury or illness. We can help you develop plans and programs that meet OSHA requirements but also address other health and safety issues at your facility.
Evaluations can cover mold assessments, odors, and more. We can conduct any number of evaluations to determine what may be causing employees to believe their office environment is making them sick.
Hearing loss is preventable. We can assess your facility, help you determine if you have a noise issue and then help to correct the problem. Along with any noise evaluation program comes a good hearing conservation program. We can develop a written policy and help guide you through its implementation.
Exposure to health hazards at work may result in any number of work related illnesses. We will evaluate the materials at your facility, monitor employee exposures, and recommend controls that will help prevent employees from suffering long term debilitating illnesses caused by the materials with which they work.
We provide a range of services from authoring data sheets to training to ensuring your company is fully REACH-compliant. Learn more about all we have to offer to help protect your company.
IH&SC employs a team of highly-skilled and certified professionals ready to address all of your health and safety regulatory needs. Learn more about us.
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