As many of you already know, in the past year we’ve been working on a new film studio.
As that was being built, we were cooking up some great content and training for you guys.
Now that the studio is complete, we’ve started working on bringing one of those exciting ideas to life. And so, without further ado, we’re happy to announce that we are releasing the Reets Safety & Health Management System this summer!
Why a restoration safety and health management system?
Well, to be completely honest, the restoration industry needs it.
The safety of employees should be the top priority for employers because:
- Lives are at stake
- It’s the law to take measures in order to protect yourself and your employees
- No one likes paying OSHA fines
Unfortunately though, health and safety are often thrown to the wayside. Why? Because it’s a lot to handle and manage. It can be downright overwhelming.
Are You OSHA-Compliant?
In order to be OSHA-compliant, companies are REQUIRED by law to:
- annually have each employee fit tested for PPE
- maintain employee safety training and PPE fit testing records
- have the written plans for the following:
- Hazard communication – 1910.1200(e)
- Lockout/tagout (energy control procedures)- 1910.147(c)(4)
- Respiratory protection – 1910.134(c)(1)
- Process safety management – 1910.119(d),(e)(1),(f)(1),(j)(1),(l)(1),(m)(4),(o)(3)
- Personal protective equipment (hazard assessment) – 1910.132(d)
- Bloodborne pathogens – 1910.1030(c)
- Emergency action plans – 1910.38(b)
- Permit-required confined spaces – 1910.146(c)(4)
- Hazardous waste operations and emergency response – 1910.120(b)(1),(l)(1),(p)(1),(q)(1)
- Electrical safety (assured equipment grounding conductor program and lockout/tagout procedures for work with energized parts) – 1910.304(b)(3)(ii) and 1910.333(b)(2)(i)
- Fire prevention plans – 1910.39(b)
- Laboratory standard (chemical hygiene plan) – 1910.1450(e)
- Commercial driving operations (safe practices manual) – 1910.420
- Powered platforms for building maintenance (emergency action plan) – 1910.66(e)(9)
With the above requirements, a number of other challenges crop up such as:
- Figuring out how to train your team
- Figuring what materials to use for training
- Knowing for certain that you are OSHA-compliant
- Having documentation to prove that you are OSHA-compliant
Not just videos... A full management system!
But now, you can relax!
To help restoration companies easily manage health and safety training and stay OSHA-compliant, we have created an easy-to-use, all-in-one OSHA compliance management system designed specifically for restoration companies.
With this safety and health management system you can:
- Train safety managers, as well as, field and office staff: The video series included with this safety and health management system contains training for safety managers, as well as, field/office staff. These videos go over potential hazards and instruction on how to prevent them.
- Know without a doubt that you are OSHA-complaint and have the records to prove it!
- As your staff takes safety tests, you will have access to their scores that can then be used in case of an audit.
- You will have the ability to track and receive reminders when techs need to be fit-tested for PPE.
- Included are written programs specifically tailored to your company that not only helps train on safety, but also brings you up to the standard that OSHA has set for your company.
We’re confident that this management system will take the stress out of OSHA-compliance and help create a better working environment for you and your employees!