Jobsite Hazard Analysis

At PRO-TEC, we are experienced experts in analyzing your operations for potential hazards. This analysis is required by Cal/OSHA as hazard recognition, mitigation and abatement methods.

You can review this guide, provided Fed OSHA, to get familiar with the requirements for employers.

As Loss Control experts, during our analysis, we’ll be looking at your operations with a different reference point than a general contractor, contractor, plant manager or employee. Our job is to identify any and all potential hazards that exist and ensure that you have proper procedures and safeguards in place to eliminate the possibility of injury or illness to the best of your ability.

To learn more about our Jobsite Hazard Analysis Services and how we can help lead your team to safety, contact Pro-Tec Safety Consultants, Inc. at (415) 294-1438.

Proactively Identify Potential Risks & Hazards

providing additional recommendations for personal protective equipment & safety training

We will consider the environment and how workers will interact with the jobsite, equipment and tasks as you move through your project lifecycle.

In some cases, this will mean that we return to the project when major milestones are completed so that we can reassess your site for any new potential hazards, as well as to provide additional recommendations for personal protective equipment and worker safety training, from fall protection to paint and coatings, administrative, engineering controls and personal protective equipment.

If we are working with you to develop your preconstruction safety survey and/or your overall IIPP, we will also review your processes, procedures and worker personal protective equipment, training and other occupational health and safety needs.

A jobsite hazard analysis must be thorough, but this doesn’t mean that it has to disrupt the jobsite, but rather that it works to prevent the number one jobsite disruption- a worker being injured, falling ill or worse. Jobsite hazard analysis has also been known to increase productivity and increase quality thus reducing re-work. Jobsite hazard analysis traditionally increases workers moral as they feel safer in their place of employment.

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