IRONWOOD Business Consulting provides OSHA safety compliance through onsite auditing, training and document preparation. Whether your company must comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1910 General Industry, 1926 Construction Industry or a combination of the two, IRONWOOD has the common-sense approach to addressing a company’s regulatory and client requirements.
Companies use IRONWOOD to audit and identify gaps in their existing safety programs or to kick start a long-needed new safety program. Through a combination of facility, employer practices, and recordkeeping audits, IRONWOOD helps companies of all sizes meet regulatory obligations and limit liabilities. IRONWOOD has experience in developing mitigation plans for Contractor Compliance Systems like ISNetworld® and meeting abatement requirements from an OSHA investigation/citation. Contact IRONWOOD for recommended audits or customized audits to meet any company-specific requirements.
At times, companies need to turn to an expert in OSHA regulations. IRONWOOD helps employers understand what training is needed, whether at the awareness or competence level. IRONWOOD provides OSHA experts that can provide required onsite training. Regardless if OSHA, ISNetworld® or a Client requires a training class, contact IRONWOOD to help accomplish your safety training requirements quickly and affordably.
Most Common Employer Safety Training Questions:
- What is awareness vs competent level training?
- Does a company have to use a 3rd Party Trainer?
- What does OSHA require?
- What happens if I get caught violating my requirements by OSHA, Client or Employee?
- Am I responsible for contractors or temporary employees?
The answers to these questions require a deeper understanding of OSHA regulations and OSHA investigation/citation history. Contact IRONWOOD for clarification on your specific questions.
IRONWOOD’s custom safety manuals are written to meet state, federal and client-specific requirements. IRONWOOD can write your safety manual to meet ISNetworld® RAVS® requirements, PICS/Avetta desktop audits or satisfy an OSHA abatement/mitigation requirement. IRONWOOD writes both state-specific and federal OSHA safety policies.
If your company needs California’s Injury Illness Prevention Program (I2P2), Minnesota’s A Workplace Accident and Injury Reduction (AWAIR) program or Safe Work Procedures to mitigate past safety concerns with a Hiring Client, IRONWOOD has your solution. IRONWOOD’s safety manuals are tailored to your company-specific hazards and requirements.
Most executives/owners understand what liabilities exist everyday operating in their industry, where an employee is likely to be hurt. However, how to address and correct a liability affordably can be a challenge for most. IRONWOOD helps alleviate the fears of the unknown. Businesses want to separate fact from fiction. Rumors and wives’ tales can keep an employer awake at night. IRONWOOD advises business on what is required by OSHA.
Often business owners want to know the answers to the what ifs:
- What if I cannot or do not understand what my OSHA requirements are?
- What if OSHA starts an investigation?
- What if OSHA cites my business?
- What if the worst-case scenario occurs?
IRONWOOD serves as that resource proactively and through Crisis Management. Businesses need a go-to resource like IRONWOOD Business Consulting. Contact us now.
OSHA Compliance Resources:
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