Solutions to Occupational Health and Safety Issues

Occupational health and safety is essential to improving operational efficiency as well as preventing unnecessary expenses due to job-related accidents. To properly identify and reduce hazards in your workplace, reach out to International Safety Services. We offer the following:

  • Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)
  • Accident Prevention Program (APP)
  • Confined Space Entry Permit
  • Hot Work Permit
  • Incident Reporting and Investigation
  • Job Safety Analysis (JSA)/Site Safety Assessment (JSA)
  • Pre-Work Hazard Assessment (PWHA)
  • And More

Creating Well-Thought-Out Workplace Procedures

A well-crafted health and safety plan will greatly reduce the instances of work-related illnesses and injuries, so our team spends a lot of time in creating one. We carefully assess every factor that may affect your employees, business, and project to ensure that our procedure will effectively minimize, if not eliminate, occupational hazards. Some of the plans we produce are:

Accident Prevention Plan (APP)

An accident prevention plan is made to prevent job-related accidents, illnesses, and injuries and may include contractors, subcontractors, and site workers. This written procedure is the foundation for all of the health and safety activities at a site because it not only protects the employees but also creates a great stopgap measure against unnecessary expenses and work slowdowns.

Health and Safety Plan (HASP)

Developing a safe and healthy workplace makes good business sense. To improve this aspect of your business, we create a plan to systematically manage and solve issues related to occupational health and safety. Following our procedure will help identify, isolate, and minimize/eliminate hazards to workers.

Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA)

This technique is used to identify and prevent hazards to employees and the public. It allows us to map out corrective safety measures and determine the requirements for necessary safety equipment.

Our Quality Control Specialists and Occupational Safety Experts

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Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)

Our highly qualified and experienced site safety health officers provide safety and occupational health management, surveillance, inspections, and safety enforcement on various sites. Some of them work full time, part time, or on multiple shifts to address the concerns of our clients and contractors in a timely manner. We take site safety seriously because we care about everyone who sets foot on the site, and we want to make sure that their well-being is the top priority.

Construction Quality Control Manager (CQCM)

Construction quality control managers make sure that every aspect of your work fulfills the contract specifications and meets or exceeds the standard of excellence. They’ll do whatever they can to help produce an excellent output. In fact, you can expect a construction quality control manager to monitor and report every stage of the project to ensure the quality of your product. He/she will also perform the following duties:

  • Chair and Document Project Meetings
  • Direct Oversight and Review of Project Documentation and Drawings
  • Ensure That All Project Materials and Processes Are Handled in a Safe and Proper Manner
  • Handles the Physical Inspection Phase of Your Workflow Process
  • Provide Daily Quality Control Reports
  • And More
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Clients We Serve

For many years, we have been delivering excellent service to large and small clients in different industries worldwide. These include individuals and agencies who are doing:

Private Work Related To

  • Rail Bridges
  • Shopping Centers
  • Sports Complexes
  • And More

Government Work Such As

  • Hyrdro/Cavitation Repair and Exciter Work
  • Dredging on an EPA Site
  • Restoration of an EPA Site
  • Work Related to Fish Screens and Ladders

Our committed team also helps contractors complete their projects safely. To ensure that every aspect of their work is compliant with the current OSHA regulations, we write safety programs, such as an Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP).

If you’d like to learn more about the specific work we have completed, reach out to us. Information about our consultants and clients are available upon request.

Contact Us

International Safety Services

PO Box 1372

Cottonwood, CA 96022

Phone: (530) 945-0945