SERVICES

In the efforts for continuous improvement, the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professions require highly educated, competent and motivated practitioners. It is estimated that employment opportunities for EHS professionals will continue to be abundant in the next decade. Today’s EHS professional serves as a valued member of management, engineering and business teams, often as a leader for projects, initiatives and programs.

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

Develop or implement total safety programs or components made necessary by OSHA regulations.

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

Design, develop and implement an industrial health program in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY MANAGEMENT

The Safety Advisors can design, develop and implement  a site specific safety policy that is OSHA compliant and emphasizes accident prevention through on-site training and monitoring.

WORKERS' COMPENSATION CLAIMS ADJUSTING

Licensed by the State of Louisiana, Arkansas to act as Insurance Adjusters for resolution of Workers' Compensation claims.

NON-SUBSCRIBER
PARTICIPATION

Develop and implement total safety programs or components made necessary by the clients decision notto subscribe to Workers' Compensation.

SAFETY
INFORMATION

Documentation of the client's safety program, philosophy and performance history.

SAFETY TRAINING
OSHA COMPLIANCE
INSPECTION
HAZARDOUS WASTE & EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Training in the proper performance of a job is time and money well spent, and the employer might regardit as an investment rather than an expense. An effective program of safety & health training for workerscan result in fewer accidents and illnesses, better morale, and lower insurance premiums among otherbenefits. As a convenience, both on-site and customized training courses are available.

Inspect, assess, evaluate and recommend necessary corrections in preparations for OSHA inspectionsand/or exemptions.

Develop and implement an emergency response plan for clients involved in hazardous waste operations.

DOCUMENTATION

It is a good idea to keep a record of all safety & health training. Records provide evidence of the employer's good faith and compliance with OSHA standards. Proper documentation provides an answer to one of the first questions an accident investigator or attorney will ask: "Was the injured employee trained to do the job?"

 

TSA provides comprehensive training in required record keeping procedures
(i.e. E1's, medical monitoring, equipment inspections, and OSHA Logs).

INCENTIVE AWARDS

Review of incentive award programs and assistance in selecting the best program to meet client needs.

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