EEAP The Safety People, Safety, CalOSHA, EEAP Logo    

   (800) 734-3574

Expert Safety Support On YOUR Side

 

 

OSHA requires that every employer conduct facility or job-site inspections periodically to identify hazards and unsafe practices. You are required to maintain records of these inspections. As an EEAP client, you will receive a regular Comprehensive Inspection by an experienced and qualified safety inspector. After each inspection, we will provide you with a detailed report, complete with resources to fix, correct or abate the issues discovered.

 

Depending on your needs, your inspections

may include some of the following elements:

EEAP The Safety People, Safety, CalOSHA, Safety Inspections, Inspections
  • Identification of unsafe conditions and work practices
  • Comprehensive inspection report after each visit
  • Digital photographs of citable issues tied to
    OSHA regulations
  • Instructions, recommendations to correct unsafe
    conditions
  • Actions to abate and correct identified hazards
  • Review of current corrective actions and controls
  • Regulation & Compliance Review
  • Documentation Review
  • Selected Employee / Employer Interviews

 

Different Types of Inspections include:

  • Comprehensive Inspections (Wall to Wall)
  • Task Inspections (Close look at a given job or task)
  • Modular Inspections (Specific area inspections)
  • Review of Current Safety Programs

 

 

Questions? Contact us
at 1-800-734-3574 or fill in the form below:

 

* Indicates Required Information: