Safetysmith provides Safety and Health management expertise as needed to your HR
or Safety Manager, or can serve as your company's Safety Manager. Safetysmith writes
and implement programs, provides training, brings safety expertise to staff meetings,
facilitates Safety Committees, leads special projects, and advises management on
Safety and Health issues. Safetysmith reviews your Safety and Health Program to be
sure it is compliant with the OSHA Standards applicable to your industry.
Safetysmith delivers Safety and Health training. See the Training page for a list
of available topics - OSHA and custom. Safetysmith develops and delivers training
to support your special needs as well.
Safetysmith conducts special projects and leads project teams to support client safety
goals. Examples include new employee computer-based training packages, design of
record-keeping databases, safety intranet design, Responsible Care Codes preparation,
corporate safety initiatives, safety reviews for facility relocations, ergonomic
surveys, safety attitude surveys, and technical research for legal cases.
Facility Audits and Inspections
Safetysmith conducts compliance inspections to identify where you may need to improve
your safety program. The inspection report includes the list of OSHA Standards that
apply to your facility, the deficiencies identified, citing the specific OSHA requirements,
and recommendations for how to close the gaps.
Hand Injury Prevention
Hand injuries can account for a high percentage of industrial injuries. Well-implemented
Hand Injury Prevention initiatives can help to significantly reduce these injuries
and improve the overall safety awareness of your employees.
Hazard Analysis is the process of identifying, analyzing, and controlling hazards
to eliminate risks. Hazard analyses are important before making modifications to
existing operations, for new processes, new equipment in your plant, and new raw
materials introduced into your facility.
Rich Grandzol has been a principal in many Hazard Analyses, simple to complex, from
laboratory to production, from permanent installations to site closure and relocation.
He is a qualified HazOp (Hazard and Operability) study facilitator. A HazOp is one
of the tools that satisfies the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) requirement in the
OSHA Process Safety Management Standard.