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Fifteen killed, 107 injured in Texas plant explosion.

Make sure you know  OSHA reulations
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 or call Robert  208-371-7757



Link to Federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Website


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Links to State OSHA Websites


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OSHA Injury & Illness Logs (Form 300, 300-A . . .)


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Call Robert 208-371-7757  Email bob@myharleys.com
For recommendation of Instructors and How to get certified
as soon as possible

Safety is always our number one priority. 
 Zero Accidents, insist on implementing strict standards in accordance with OSHA along with other local City, State, and Government requirements.  Utilizing tools such as having a corporate safety policy, weekly safety meetings
at each project and site specific training and orientation along with safety inspections


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We also Paint


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Workers can ask OSHA to Inspect their Workplace 


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Surface,Undergound,Surface and Underground,Aggregate,Metal,Coal,
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Lead http://www.epa.gov/lead/pubs/renovation.htm - FAQs
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Haz Waste http://waste.custhelp.com - Hazardous Waste & RCRA
DOT http://www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat/training/requirements - DOT Training Requirements

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                                   Solution To Safety
  • The process typically begins with a customized accident prevention assessment to determine your safety process, management system and belief systems.

  • Creation of an action plan that will simplify your safety process. This is usually a 1-2 page overview of expectations of how SSCI envisions your process based on our expertise and your current culture.

  • Preparing a 7 point simplified safety plan and strategy which involves different members of your organization. This includes recommendations on establishing some accountability for safety.

  • Conduct meetings with management and offering our recommendations on the system and reasons for it. Keep in mind, our systems will tie in with current systems and processes in place at your workplace to keep it simple.

  • Conduct a roll-out meeting of the process to supervisors and foremen and other managers along with expectations as described above.

  • Creation of a customized Accident Prevention Kit which includes orientation process and pre-planning system for field use.

    • Eliminating or reducing lost time, injury liability and costly lawsuits
    • Reducing insurance premiums
    • Reducing workers’ compensation expenses
    • Improve employees’ job satisfaction and assist with achieving higher quality and productivity
    • Improve business image
    • Reducing health care costs
      • Fall Protection
      • Pinch Points
      • Crane Safety
      • Ladders & Scaffolding
      • Documentation Manuals & Training Programs
      • Tool Box Talks
      • Proper Anchor Points
      • Electrical Safety
      • Emergency Evacuation Program
      • Overall Safety Compliance




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OSHA pursues a vigorous program of firm and fair enforcement to ensure compliance with safety and health requirements. When standards are violated, OSHA assesses penalties and seeks abatement of any hazards. In extreme cases,   Or the matter may be referred to the Department of Justice for criminal investigation. The Agency focuses its inspections on the most hazardous workplaces and emphasizes thorough inspections. Federal OSHA un programmed
 inspections are conducted in response to alleged hazardous conditions, and include imminent dangers, fatalities/catastrophes, complaints and referrals. Programmed inspections are selected according to nationalscheduling plans for safety and health.