Construction Industry Safety Consulting
Safety Services for the Construction Industry
Keeping the construction industry safe
When people hear the word construction, they picture cranes towering over skyscrapers, homes being built, and highways being constructed. According to OSHA, the term 'construction' means work for construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating.
It should be noted that the term construction regulations 1926 applies to every place of employment where a worker engages in construction work. Even manufacturers, commonly falling under the General Industry classification, can fall under the OSHA construction regulations if their workers perform construction work. Contact us for a free evaluation of which industry your company falls under.
Proactive Safety Solution's Services for the Construction Industry
Within the Construction Industry we generally work for the following type of businesses:
- Engineering Firms
- All Types of Construction Unions
- Masons/Concrete Industry
- Steel/ Ironworkers
- Elevator Installers
- Pipe Fitters
- HVAC/Sheet Metal Companies
- Paving Companies
- Machinery Installers
- Water/Waste Facilities Work/Construction Division
- Sheet Rockers/Tapers
- Window/Glass Trades
- All Interior Finish Trades (Trim/Painters/Doors/Tile, Etc.)
- Heavy Equipment Operations (Cranes, Bulldozers, Backhoes, Etc.)
How can proactive safety solutions help keep you safe?
Additionally, when it comes to these businesses, we find that we generally provide the following services the most.
- Safety Audits / Jobsite Evaluations & Reports
- Employee Safety Training (All Topics)
- Jobsite Safety Enforcement/Safety Manager Placement
- HASP / Safety Program Development (All Topics)
- Jobsite Safety Management
Of course, if your construction business isn't listed, chances are pretty good we can work for your business. Additionally, if a service you're looking for isn't listed above, we should still be able to provide additional health or safety consulting services for your construction organization. To learn more about how we can help your business within the Construction Industry, click here to contact us or call us anytime at (732) 270-2900.
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