Professional HSE Consultants

35 years’ experience as OSHA certified HSE Professionals. Vast knowledge in the Manufacturing, Oil & Gas and Maritime industries with continuous training, hands on, face to face concepts. A strong ability to drive the safe work process, influence, train and motivate people to put safety first!  We instills in all employees that “Safety” has to be a way of life, “Not Just in the Work Place” but in everything you do.

Hiring a Health Safety & Environmental Consultant pays off. When an organization is aware of its limitations and has clear goals, but doesn’t necessarily know how to implement a proper strategy to promote growth, a consultant will be able to offer sound solutions, and implement the necessary changes. Consultant are less costly, due to the fact of no benefits, such as vacation pay, bonuses, health care, travel allowances, work space technology and more.

At IBS, we believe that successful companies properly manage their facility and worker’s safety through OSHA required safety training, risk assessments and safety inspections. Those companies are positioned to operate more efficiently, through increased worker retention and lower risk of injuries. Also, by lowing the risk of OSHA citations a company typically results in a healthier bottom-line profit.

Please take a moment today to access your safety program and call IBS for a "Safety Assessment" of your facility.

SAFETY has to come first!!!

KNOWLEDGE BASE

The new OSHA penalties took effect August 2, 2016. Any citations issued by OSHA on or after this date will be subject to the new higher penalties if the related violations occurred after November 2, 2015.

The idea is to begin with a basic program and simple goals and grow from there. If you focus on achieving goals, monitoring performance, and evaluating outcomes, your workplace can progress along the path to higher levels of safety and health achievement.

Tools to re-establish and increase your safety culture:

  • Team Base Safety
  • Behavior Base Safety
  • Risk Assessments
  • Safety Inspections – Will include work areas and facility
  • Review Emergency Response Procedures
  • Required Annual reporting of OSHA 300 & 301 logs
  • Company liaison and will Interface/with all regulatory agencies such as OSHA, DOT, EPA
  • Measure HSE performance, TRIR; LTIR, near miss, first aids
  • Establish OSHA required Annual Training and Tool Box Talks topics
  • Review past incident/accidents to assure root causes are identified and corrective actions are in place to prevent reoccurrences
  • Communicate and share safety findings with all members of the team to prevent re-occurrences.
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A safe workplace is sound business

OSHA has recently updated the Guidelines for Safety and Health Programs it first released 30 years ago, to reflect changes in the economy, workplaces, and evolving safety and health issues. The new Recommended Practices have been well received by a wide variety of stakeholders and are designed to be used in a wide variety of small and medium-sized business settings. The Recommended Practices present a step-by-step approach to implementing a safety and health program, built around seven core elements that make up a successful program.

The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. The recommended practices use a proactive approach to managing workplace safety and health. Traditional approaches are often reactive –that is, problems are addressed only after a worker is injured or becomes sick, a new standard or regulation is published, or an outside inspection finds a problem that must be fixed. These recommended practices recognize that finding and fixing hazards before they cause injury or illness is a far more effective approach.

Employers will find that implementing these recommended practices also brings other benefits. Safety and health programs help businesses:

  • Prevent workplace injuries and illnesses
  • Improve compliance with laws and regulations
  • Reduce costs, including significant reductions in workers' compensation premiums
  • Engage workers
  • Enhance their social responsibility goals
  • Increase productivity and enhance overall business operations