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OSHA compliance also applies to the military operations, especially if civilians and contractors are involved with daily operations and support. There are many men and women who are in the military that have chosen a career path in health and safety. This is very challenging not just in the military but in general, there is lot to learn, understand, implement, monitor, and enforce. We have the HANDS ON experience of assisting many types of industries, and operations that we can say "we've seen it all", or almost all. We understand risks, hazards, equipment, machinery, electrical, mechanical, safety processes, requirements, and much more, we offer what we know to all of our clients, with one and only goal and that is comprehensive safety compliance.
We offer customized OSHA training dealing with unique operations, training can be on base or off base. The courses can address key safety and operational components that teach safety awareness and and how to improve workplace safety, for military personnel and contractors.
We perform safety inspections of facilities and address all safety issues, no one is exempt from safety. Identifying safety issues goes a long way in planning and developing a good safety program and also adopting a safety culture.
The main component of any safety program is understanding and knowing the risk(s), if you know and you understand the risk(s) you can categorize by level of severity. Risk assessments are not done periodically, they are part of every day's operations, not all risks can be eliminated one time, some might require constant monitoring and follow up..
Military and any other sectors have same activities when it comes to maintenance and services, it doesn't change much. The safety hazards are the same. Understanding the Job Hazards are very important to know and understand; are there machines involved? are chemicals being used? what are the lock out, tag out, block out points? is fall protection required?.etc.
As it"s considered to be the number One safety rule in the world, we still get it wrong, and why? Sometimes it the technique, understanding the energy sources, proper isolation point(s), or simply substituting controls for hazardous energy control. Our proprietor is the co-author of the Cal OSHA's Lock Out Tag Out standard, this requires constant inspections and audits by both internal and external parties..
Assistance with evaluating your current electrical safety procedures, development and training with new electrical work procedures. Electrical safety is very important because the hazards are not visible, and working on electrical in certain environments can cause significant damages not to mention loss of life.
Process Safety Management (PSM) is a safety standard for all chemical plants and refineries that must be implement, enforce and monitored, if you have chemicals that you store and handle as part of your routine operations, and those chemicals are Corrosive, Toxic, Flammable you will need a PSM program.
Fuel is flammable and explosive (Vehicles, Aviation fuel, etc)
Ammonia is very corrosive (Large refrigeration unit and cols storage warehouses)
Toxic can be numerous other chemicals that are considered hazardous waste.
This applies to any form of chemical, liquid, gas, solid, powder.
Static electricity is a very good ignition source for flammables and explosive elements such as fine powder dust, it also damages electronic devices and other sensitive items. Static electricity is also unseen but can have devastating results.
Grounding is the most important wire in any electrical system, many don't pay too much attention to the grounding as much as they should. The best ground is a wire conductor, many use the piping which is not considered a proper ground, but more of a bonding point, piping comes loose, it can corrode and or even break. Grounding is also considered to be very effective in elimination of electrical noise, static electricity, etc... and the value of a good ground should always be 0.0 ohms.
Mechanical integrity is a key component in PSM, it is very important, why? It actually prevents failures of process components when dealing with chemicals, high pressures, steam, gasses, etc. It also can apply to electrical, mechanical and other key elements where using the right grade of materials that are in contact with chemicals, mechanical strength, and sustainability of the process.
Management of Change (MOC) if a excellent way of controlling and communicating changes in the processes, procedures, and other key safety elements.
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