OSHA Safety Professional Services

Our team offers multi layed audits to improve your program and a wide range of options to suit our client’s specific needs. 

SafetyNet™ Layer 1 Audit

Best For small companies with less than 50 employees

Physical EHS Audit

Audit debrief with staff

Corrective action photo report (PDF)

Professional recommendations

All type of industries and organizations

Online audit report with SafetyNet Axis-Hub cloud based application

30 Day audit support

SafetyNet™ Layer 2 Audit

Best for companies with 50-150 employees

Safety Program Gap Assessment

Physical EHS Compliance Audit

Risk and Severity Rating Scoring

Programs and procedure review

Audit debrief with staff

✓  Management interviews

Corrective action photo report (Interactive -Cloud Based W/

60 Day audit support

SafetyNet™ Layer 3 Audit

Best for organizations with over 150 employees

Safety Program Gap Assessment

Physical EHS Compliance Audit & Audit debrief

Risk and Severity Rating Scoring

Programs, records & procedure review

Corrective action photo report & Interactive App, Axis-Hub

Supervisor training (4 hours)

Online MS Teams meeting analysis

Online MS Teams meeting post audit analysis

90 Day audit support

SafetyNet™ OSHA Consultation Services

OSHA Violation Assistance and Mitigation

OSHA Safety Program Consultation

Quarterly Safety Committee Management

Accident Investigation Assistance

Environmental Consulting Services

Needs Assessment

Onsite Safety Program Management 

Maintaining Your Safety and Environmental Standards

You can rely on the experienced team at SafetyNet Inc to ensure that your company is compliant with all safety and environmental regulations. We offer a full range of OSHA-related services and training to keep your staff well-trained and up-to-date on the latest OSHA rules. We can help you with the following:

Our Services:

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) hands out fines to companies that have failed to pass its stringent regulations. Whether it's failing a site inspection, a worker suffering a serious injury onsite, or you have a whistleblower complaint that OSHA investigates, there are many ways to get fined.

These penalties can be substantial and can affect your business to the point that you may have to lay off staff or shrink your operations. We can help you appeal the violations if you feel the penalty was excessive or disagree with the judgment of the OSHA inspector.

Level 1: Our on-site safety program’s mock OSHA audit will be conducted by one of our expert engineers. It will include full reports and corrective action for small businesses of up to 50 employees. For larger organizations, please call for an estimate.

*Please note that travel costs are billed separately.

Safety Gap Analysis: Level 1, as well as:

The Safety Program Culture

  • Written Plans and Procedures (IIPP Program Implementation and Effectiveness)
  • Review of Safety Program Documentation Including Accident Investigations and OSHA
  • 300 Logs
  • Policies and Incentives
  • Management Involvement
  • Management Knowledge of Safety
  • Safety Program Structure
  • Inspections Process Including Hazard Identification, Hazard Analysis, and Control
  • Training and Training Effectiveness
  • Communication Between Management and the Workers
  • Safety Committee Effectiveness
  • Administrative Procedure Review

We offer on-site site mapping from scratch and edit existing sitemaps to meet OSHA, NFPA, and local jurisdiction requirements. Each map comes with emergency icons customized to each facility to pinpoint the locations of fire extinguishers, first aid kits, AEDs, and more. We will also mark primary and secondary exits along with the ideal evacuation paths to those exits.

You can choose which sitemap format you prefer. We offer high-resolution PDFs, lamination, or our popular custom mountable option. Call today for pricing. You can send us samples of your sitemap layout in PDF format.

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Our team can provide your company with daily, weekly, or monthly construction site safety inspections and corrective action reports. We offer the following:

  • Safe Work Procedure Development
  • Arc Flash 70E Safety Program Gap Analysis
  • Confined Space Program Gap Analysis
  • Onsite Safety Committee Management

Every employer must establish, implement, and maintain a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and a copy must be maintained at each workplace or a central work site. This is required to comply with Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 3203 (T8 CCR 3203). Our custom plan will include the following required eight elements:

  • Management Commitment/Assignment of Responsibilities
  • Safety Communications System with Employees
  • System for Assuring Employee Compliance with Safe Work Practices
  • Scheduled Inspections/Evaluation System
  • Accident Investigation
  • Procedures for Correcting Unsafe/Unhealthy Conditions
  • Safety and Health Training and Instruction
  • Recordkeeping and Documentation

According to an OSHA standard interpretation, the agency suggests that a safety and health program should contain five core elements. These elements are:

  • Management Leadership and Employee Participation
  • Hazard Identification and Assesment
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Information and Training
  • Evaluation of Program Effectiveness

The written plans must be written specifically for your site or organization, not generic templates, and must meet the specific OSHA-required elements for each plan. We offer OSHA-compliant, site-specific, and custom-developed written plans for the following:

  • Hazard Communication
  • Energy Control - Lockout Tagout Program
  • Respiratory Protection Program
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Emergency Response Plan (Chemical Spills or Leaks)
  • Lab Chemical Hygiene Plan
  • Heat Illness Prevention Plan
  • Hearing Conservation Program
  • Fire Prevention Program
  • Confined Space Program
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan
  • Site Safety Plan - Construction
  • Fall Protection Plan - Construction
  • Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices Program
  • Hot Work Program

OSHA requires your company to comply with the Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tag-out) Standard if your servicing and/or maintenance takes place at your company during normal production operations. This constitutes the following:

  • An employee is required to remove or bypass a guard or other safety device.
  • An employee is required to place any part of his or her body into an area on a machine or piece of equipment where work is performed upon the material being processed of where an associated danger zone exists during a machine operating cycle.

To minimize workplace accidents and compensation claims for your company, we strive to ensure that your job site is as safe as possible. We can help you with the following:

  • Safety Program Gap Analysis
  • Environmental Gap Analysis
  • Personal Protective Equipment Written Hazard Assessment
  • Job Hazard Analysis "JHA"
  • Machine Specific Job Hazard Analysis "JHA"
  • FMEA - Failure Mode and Effect Analysis
  • HAZOP - Hazard and Operability Study
  • Construct Program Gap Analysis

General Ladder safety is now offered via QR code. Administrators go in and can view inspection history with details, as well as print out reports. 

Workers complete the inspection forms via the QR codes, tagout and remove unsafe ladders, then submit.

QR codes now make it more convenient to get inspections done quicker.

Our programs are field‑tested and developed specifically for your company’s needs. We offer affordable, industry‑tailored on-site OSHA safety program packages that are available for all types of organizations. Our monthly on‑site packages include the following:

Site Safety Inspections

On-Site Employee Safety Training

Safety Committee Management

Required New Written Safety Plans

Custom Site Maps

Procedure Development With Free OSHA Inspection Intervention (If Needed)

OSHA Safety Services

Environmental Compliance & Written Plan Assistance

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Why Choose Us

When you come to us for your OSHA compliance needs, you can be assured that you aren’t settling for an inexperienced team. Our company and staff are fully insured, certified, authorized, and licensed to service your OSHA safety and environmental needs. We make sure to update our certifications as these qualifications are essential for many of our clients in choosing an EHS consultant and trainer.

Reach Out to Our Team

From small organizations to multinational corporations, we are committed to helping our clients improve their safety processes for their benefit. To learn more about the services we offer, contact our team today.