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At Asylum Safety, we are dedicated to helping organizations create a safe and compliant work environment. Our customized approach and deep industry knowledge enable us to deliver practical, effective solutions that meet the unique needs of each client.

OSHA Compliance Audits

Before an OSHA compliance audit, our consultants will typically review the company's safety policies and procedures, inspect the facility and equipment, and interview employees to assess compliance with OSHA standards. The consultants will also review the company's injury and illness records and may conduct employee training on OSHA regulations.

After the audit, the consultant will provide a report detailing any non-compliances found and will recommend specific actions for the company to take in order to bring their operations into compliance with OSHA regulations. The consultant may also provide ongoing support and guidance to help the company maintain compliance in the future.

Risk Assessment

Risk assessment services include:

Information gathering: The consultant will gather information about the company's operations, processes, and hazards, as well as any regulatory requirements that apply. They may conduct interviews with employees, review documentation, and conduct site visits to gather information.

 

Analysis: Using the information gathered, the consultant will conduct a thorough analysis of the risks present in the company's operations. They may use tools such as hazard identification and risk assessment methods, like HAZOP, FMEA, Bow-Tie, etc, to identify hazards and assess the likelihood and potential consequences of an incident occurring.

 

Recommendations: Based on the analysis, the consultant will make recommendations for controlling or mitigating the identified risks. These recommendations may include changes to policies and procedures, improved training, changes in equipment or facility design, or other corrective actions.

 

Implementation: The consultant will assist the company in implementing the recommendations. This may involve working with different departments or teams to ensure that changes are made and communicated effectively, and providing training and support as needed.

 

Evaluation and monitoring: The consultant will monitor the company's progress in implementing the recommendations and will evaluate the effectiveness of the changes made. They may also conduct follow-up audits to ensure that the changes are being maintained and to identify any new risks that may have arisen.

It's important to note that a risk assessment is not a one-time process but a continuous improvement process. A consultant can help the company to develop a system for risk assessment that allows them to identify and correct problems quickly and effectively, and to prevent future incidents.

Safety Management System (SMS)

Assessment: The consultant will conduct an assessment of the company's current safety procedures, policies, and practices. They will also gather information about the company's goals and objectives, and the hazards and risks present in the workplace.

Design: Based on the assessment, the consultant will design an SMS that is tailored to the specific needs of the company. This may include creating a safety policy, developing procedures for identifying and managing hazards, and establishing safety performance metrics.

Implementation: The consultant will then assist the company in implementing the SMS. This may involve training employees on new policies and procedures, creating a communication plan to ensure everyone is informed, and establishing an incident reporting system.

 

Evaluation and monitoring: The consultant will monitor the company's SMS and provide feedback and advice on areas that need improvement. They may also conduct regular audits to assess compliance with the SMS, and review and analyze incident data to identify trends and areas for improvement.

 

Continuous improvement: The consultant will work with the company to continuously improve the SMS, by updating policies and procedures, conducting ongoing training, and monitoring performance metrics.

Emergency Response Plans (ERP)

Assessment: The consultant will conduct an assessment of the company's current emergency response procedures and identify any gaps or deficiencies. They will also gather information about the hazards and risks present in the workplace, and the specific needs and concerns of the company.

Planning: Based on the assessment, the consultant will develop an emergency response plan (ERP) that is tailored to the specific needs of the company. The ERP will include procedures for responding to various types of emergencies, such as fires, natural disasters, and medical emergencies, as well as procedures for evacuation, sheltering in place, and post-emergency recovery.

 

Implementation: The consultant will work with the company to implement the ERP. This may involve training employees on emergency procedures, conducting drills and exercises, and establishing a communication plan to ensure everyone is informed.

 

Evaluation and monitoring: The consultant will monitor the company's ERP and provide feedback and advice on areas that need improvement. They may also conduct regular drills and exercises to assess the company's readiness and response capabilities.

 

Continuous improvement: The consultant will work with the company to continuously improve the ERP, by updating procedures, conducting ongoing training, and monitoring performance metrics.

It's important to note that an ERP is a living document and should be reviewed, updated and trained regularly. A consultant can help the company to keep the ERP up to date, aligned with the current regulations and to ensure that employees are familiar with the procedures.

Root Cause Analysis

A consultant can implement a root cause analysis (RCA) after an incident to prevent future occurrences by:

Information gathering: The consultant will gather information about the incident, including the circumstances leading up to it, the actions taken during the incident, and any injuries or damage that resulted. They will also interview witnesses and gather any relevant documentation or physical evidence.

 

Analysis: Using the information gathered, the consultant will conduct a thorough analysis of the incident to identify the root cause(s) of the incident. They may use tools such as cause-and-effect diagrams, fault tree analysis, or the 5 Whys method to help identify the underlying factors that contributed to the incident.

 

Recommendations: Based on the analysis, the consultant will make recommendations for preventing future occurrences of the incident. These recommendations may include changes to policies and procedures, improved training, changes in equipment or facility design, or other corrective actions.

 

Implementation: The consultant will assist the company in implementing the recommendations. This may involve working with different departments or teams to ensure that changes are made and communicated effectively, and providing training and support as needed.

Evaluation and monitoring: The consultant will monitor the company's progress in implementing the recommendations and will evaluate the effectiveness of the changes made. They may also conduct follow-up audits to ensure that the changes are being maintained and to identify any new issues that may have arisen.

It's important to note that a RCA is not a one-time process but a continuous improvement process. A consultant can help the company to develop a system for RCA that allows them to identify and correct problems quickly and effectively, and to prevent future incidents.

Other Services

  • ISO 14001:2015 compliance: Assist the company in developing and implementing an environmental management system (EMS) that meets the requirements of the ISO 14001:2015 standard. This may involve conducting a gap analysis, developing policies and procedures, providing training, and conducting internal audits to ensure compliance.

  • Fire safety training: Provide training to employees on fire safety, including fire prevention, evacuation procedures, and the use of fire extinguishers and other fire protection equipment.

  • Bloodborne pathogens training: Provide training to employees on the hazards associated with bloodborne pathogens, such as hepatitis B and HIV, and the proper procedures for handling and disposing of potentially infectious materials.

  • Global Harmonized System (GHS) Compliance Service ensures your business meets regulations for hazard communication. Customized plan, training and ongoing support provided

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