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Welcome to Askthesafetyman's Site Safety Program


Compliance costs too much!  An ill or injured workforce is significantly less productive, not committed to the company, has poor morale resulting in reduced productivity, increased worker’s compensation insurance premiums and contract labor rates and a facility that is exposed to an increased risk of business interruption.


Let’s face it, safety budgets simply aren’t funded at the levels they should be and employees are far too frequently assigned double duties.  So the maintenance or human resources managers also serve as safety managers, without the training, resources and time necessary to do the job properly. 


Hiring a full time, fully benefitted safety manager or supervisor is an expensive proposition in today’s challenging economy.  Well, with Askthesafetyman.com, we make those training budgets work for you!


OK, nice intro, but how does it really work?  Fair question!  Askthesafetyman.com’s business model is simply different than other consultants and training providers.  We charge a simple, LOW flat hourly rate and our clients get the employee training, plans, programs, audits and results they need at a price they can afford.


That’s why we developed the Site Safety program to help employers get a handle on safety at substantially reduced rates


At ONLY $25 per hour, Askthesafetyman.com’s rates are 66% - 75% less, per hour, than other providers.  The nice part, there’s no up-front retainers.  You have a low 12 hour per month minimum.  Let’s face it; you can’t pay a full or part-time employee dedicated to safety for less than that per month.


The really cool part about this program is that it not only includes plans and checklists and audits required by law, it also INCLUDES TRAINING PROGRAMS.  What does that mean?  For example, OSHA requires forklift operators to be trained to their standards, normal per person onsite training rates are about $179 per person.  For about the cost of training one person, you can train an entire class.  How about another example, take CPR, normal training rates are $65 per person for a roughly 4 hour class.  So, for slightly more than it costs to train one person with the American Red Cross, you can train an ENTIRE CLASS!  Look at it like this 5 hours with Askthesafetyman.com equals 12 employees trained in CPR for $125 or $10.42 per person.  Red Cross training equals $65 x 12 for $780.  Never pay per employee training rates again!


 Safety Services


Askthesafetyman.com can provide a complete “Turn-key” safety, health and loss control program or you can sit down with your safety representative and tailor a program based on your immediate needs.  The following sample scope of work provides an outline of services available under our Site Safety program.  The scope is not comprehensive in nature, nor are all elements applicable to every employer.  Your Site Safety program is tailored to your facilities specific needs, requirements, budget and deadlines.



Askthesafetyman.com undertakes a four phase process in the development of your Site Safety program:

1.    Facility & Operations Assessments;

2.    Program Planning, Drafting, Approval & Development;

3.    Staff / Facility Orientation, Marking, Training & Implementation;

4.    Program Review, Management, Support & Reporting.


Facility & Operations Assessments:

Facility Inspections, Audits & Benchmarking Program


Askthesafetyman.com can develop the appropriate Inspections, Audits & Benchmarking program to identify threats and risks to safety, health and operations.  Your inspection & audit checklists are customized to your operations.  Audit & inspection schedules, recordkeeping, reporting and corrective action monitoring requirements can be developed and implemented in the inspections program.  Benchmarking standards will be developed for your operations from comparative SIC code facilities to monitor and verify program effectiveness.  A list of audits and assessments is listed below:


1.    Alarms and Warnings        

2.    Behavior-Based Safety      

3.    Blood borne Pathogens

4.    Cafeteria / Break room       

5.    Confined Spaces (Permit-Required)

6.    Contractors Working On Site

7.    Conveyors

8.    Drivers:  Yard

9.    Drivers:  Over the Road – DOT / FMCSR Requirements         

10. Electrical: Components and Equipment 

11. Electrical: Grounding         

12. Electrical: Receptacle, Appliances, Motors, and Lighting       

13. Electrical: Systems 

14. Electrical: Temporary Wiring         

15. Electrical: Use of Equipment        

16. Electrical: Wiring Design and Protection

17. Electrical: Work Practices  

18. Electrical: Working Space about Electric Equipment   

19. Emergency Eyewashes     

20. Emergency Response       

21. Emergency Showers          

22. Ergonomics: Computer Workstations      

23. Ergonomics: General         

24. Ergonomics: Hand tools    

25. Exit Routes  

26. Facilities Marking    

27. Fire Detection Systems      

28. First aid kits  

29. Fixed Ladders          

30. Fixed Stairs  

31. Flammable Liquids 

32. Grinding Area          

33. Grounds       

34. Hazard Assessment           

35. Hazardous Waste Storage Area   

36. Hearing protection  

37. Indoor Air Quality    

38. Lockout/Tag out      

39. Machine Guarding 

40. Maintenance           

41. Medical and First Aid         

42. Office

43. Portable Fire Extinguishers          

44. Portable Metal Ladders      

45. Portable Wood Ladders     

46. Powered Industrial Trucks: Battery Charging Area      

47. Powered Industrial Trucks: Daily Inspection     

48. Powered Industrial Trucks: General        

49. PPE - Clothing        

50. PPE - Eye and Face Protection   

51. PPE - Foot Protection        

52. PPE - Hand Protection      

53. PPE - Head Protection       

54. PPE - Respirators   

55. Production   

56. Records: General    

57. Records: Inspections         

58. Shipping and Receiving   

59. Site Security 

60. Storage Racking Systems 

61. Walking-Working Surfaces: Housekeeping      

62. Warehouse  

63. *Welding - Arc Welding     

64. Welding - General  

65. Welding - Oxygen-Fuel Gas         


Program Planning, Drafting, Approval & Development

Askthesafetyman.com can assess your operations and facility and determine all required and recommended plans and programs to develop and maintain appropriate health, safety and loss control goals.  Askthesafetyman.com can, upon completing assessments, begin project planning and drafting the plans and programs in order of importance as selected by you, the employer. 

Askthesafetyman.com manages and coordinates all plans, programs and training via an online Basecamp project management account.  You select the employees to be added to the free online project management account to assist in the development, review and management process. 

Askthesafetyman.com will submit, for review and approval, final drafts of plans and programs as they are completed.  Each submission shall include a roll out plan detailing the roll out schedule, staff training requirements (if any) and the integration into operations.  Every effort is made to plan and stagger roll outs to ensure smooth, unobtrusive introduction to staff and limit disruptions to operations.  A program development period of at least one (1) year is required to plan, develop and roll out these health, safety & loss control plans and programs.

Askthesafetyman.com can, as required by law, ensure that all applicable training materials, information and resources are translated into the native languages of non-English speaking employees.  Translation may include languages for Spanish, Korean and Hmong, among others.  This shall be in conformance with OSHA requirements for delivering information to employees in the language that they are most comfortable and competent in.

Askthesafetyman.com can also produce short videos for appropriate content and information that illustrate through pictures, videos and professional narration critical / required information to employees and contractors.  This will help speed the process of staff / contractor training and orientation with consistency in the information delivered (versus employee instructors who may not cover all required information appropriately), but also serve to protect you, the Employer, from claims that staff were unable to comprehend important policies and information based on claims of illiteracy.

All project photographs and videos will be maintained as confidential work product and not shared or released outside of you organization



Required and Recommended OSHA, DOT & FMCSR Programs and Plans

The following list outlines the required and recommended safety plans set forth by OSHA, the Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.  Not all plans are required of all employers; they are specific to operations and hazards.  Askthesafetyman.com can help identify and prioritize the most critical plans down to optional but recommended plans.

1.    Accident Reporting and Investigation Plan

2.    Behavior-Based Safety Program

3.    Blood borne Pathogens

4.    California IIPP

5.    Compressed Gas Plan

6.    Confined Space Entry (Permit-required)

7.    Contractor Safety

8.    DC Safety Policies and Procedures

9.    DC Disaster Recovery

10. Electrical Safety

11. Emergency Action Plan

12. Emergency Response Plan

13. Ergonomics

14. Fall Protection Plan for General Industry

15. Fire Prevention Plan

16. First Aid Program

17. Flammable Liquids Compliance Program

18. Forklift Operation Plan

19. General DC Safety

20. Hazard Assessments

21. Hazard Communication Plan

22. Hearing Conservation Plan

23. Housekeeping Program 

24. Indoor Air Quality Program

25. Integrated Contingency Plan  

26. Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Program

27. Liquid Petroleum (LP) Gas Compliance Program

28. Lockout/Tag out Procedures

29. Lockout/Tag out Program

30. Machine/Equipment Safety and Guarding

31. Means of Egress Compliance Program 

32. Medical Surveillance Program

33. Motor Vehicle Operation Program

34. Personal Protective Equipment

35. Recording and Reporting Injuries and Illnesses

36. Respiratory Protection

37. Return to Work Program

38. Safety and Health Program for General Industry

39. Safety Committees

40. Signs and Tags Compliance Program

41. Site Security Plan

42. Smoking Plan

43. Stairways and Ladders Safety Program

44. Toxic and Hazardous Substances Compliance Program

45. Welding and Cutting Safety Program

46. Workplace Violence and Security Plan


Orientation, Marking, Training & Implementation

Askthesafetyman.com can provide all necessary and appropriate staff training, orientation, observation and support to your staff to ensure all policies have been communicated, training delivered and objectives / standards are understood and followed.


Askthesafetyman.com ensures that all facilities have appropriate marking and identification as required and recommended by OSHA.  Examples of this include exiting signage, fire extinguishers, no smoking, emergency evacuation maps and signs, etc.


Askthesafetyman.com will identify the necessary and appropriate safety materials and equipment missing from your worksite.  Examples include emergency showers, eye wash stations, AED’s, first aid cabinets, lock-out kits, fall prevention & protection lanyards & harnesses, gloves, masks, etc.


Customized Safety, Health & Loss Control Forms

Askthesafetyman.com can draft and submit for approval all forms necessary for effective management, operation, recordkeeping and control of your health, safety and loss control programs.  You will  receive editable Microsoft Word versions of all documents, reports and plans.  Any documents distributed electronically to departments and staff shall be in Adobe Acrobat to prevent unauthorized changes or alterations to approved plans and programs.


Job Hazard Analysis:

Askthesafetyman.com can develop and implement an appropriate Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) program.  JHA programs are designed to conduct observations of employee work tasks to identify all potential areas, operations and opportunities to eliminate or reduce potential injuries through engineering, work practice controls, training, hazard avoidance, etc.  JHA programs are extremely important to limiting future injuries and controlling injury rates and worker’s compensation premiums.  JHA program development will include:

·          Employee Input

·          JHA Analysis Logs;

·          JHA Forms;

·          JHA Reviews Coming Due (Tracking System);

·          Job Functions and Descriptions Requiring JHA’s;


Labor & Management Safety Committee:

Askthesafetyman.com can develop your labor / management safety committee and train staff on how to properly serve on the committee, their roles and responsibilities.

·          Schedule Development;

·          Training Materials Customized to Your Operations


Transportation Safety Management (Contingent on Driver Status):

Askthesafetyman.com can, dependent on driver status, develop, train and implement appropriate policies and procedures related to both yard drivers and over the road truck drivers (if OTR drivers are assigned to your facility).

·          Department of Transportation (DOT) Requirements;

·          Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulation Requirements (FMCSR)


Accident & Incident Record Keeping and Reports:

Askthesafetyman.com can actively monitor, track and trend your accidents and injuries to identify areas that may require additional training, mitigation or avoidance actions.  Askthesafetyman.com can provide a monthly report outlining all accidents and injuries and what steps, if any have been taken to reduce or eliminate recurrence in the future:

·          Investigate & Draft Accident Reports;

·          Monitor, Track & Trend Accidents, Incidents & Health Issues;

·          Submit Reports to Client for Review


Chemical Management:

Askthesafetyman.com can ensure that your chemical management program is properly established and that all required elements of the chemical management program have been developed, implemented and staff trained accordingly:

·          Chemical Labeling Standards Met;

·          Chemical Recordkeeping Database and Cross Referencing;

·          MSDS Binders & Stations;

·          Staff Training


Staff Training Programs:

Askthesafetyman.com can ensure that all required and recommended staff training programs are developed and delivered to line staff and members of the management team as may be required.  Examples of training include, but are in no way limited to:

·         Accident Prevention Signs & Tags:

o   Battery Handling/ Changing/Charging

·         Bloodborne Pathogens

·         California Posting Requirements

·         Compaction Equipment

·         Confined Spaces 

·         CPR / First Aid / AED

·         Driver Training / Regulations:

o   FMCSA – Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act Requirements*;

o   DOT - Department of Transportation;

·         Electrical Safety

·         Emergency Action Plans:

o   Emergency Drills:

o   Fire Protection – Fixed Extinguishing Systems

o   Evacuation Drills & Assembly Areas

o   Fire Alarm Activation

o   Fire Extinguisher & Fire Fighting Equipment

o   Lock-in Drills

o   Medical Emergency

·         Employee Right to Know – Chemical Awareness

·         Fall Protection

·         HAZCOMM – Hazard Communication – Chemicals in the Workplace

·         IIPP – Injury & Illness Prevention Program / New Employee Orientation

·         Job Hazard(s)

·         LOTO – Lock Out / Tag Out (Block Out)

·         Machinery & Equipment

·         Managers and Supervisors Safety Responsibilities

·         Miter Saws

·         Personal Protective Equipment

·         Powered Industrial Trucks:

o   Operator Level;

o   Pedestrian Awareness Level

·         Welding & Cutting Safety – Hot Work


Record Keeping Best Practices:

·         Record Keeping Policy:

o   Employee Training Database

o   File Systems

o   OSHA Required Information on Request

o   Records Retention

o   Retraining Tracking

o   Training Documentation Format


Safety Communication:

·         Bulletin Boards

·         Daily Safety Brief

·         Required Postings

·         Safety Newsletters


Project Management:

Keeping track of all the details, requests for information and status of each program can seem daunting.  That’s why Askthesafetyman.com provides FREE online project management accounts.

Askthesafetyman.com provides an online project management account to streamline the collection of data and the coordination of all projects with all of the key people within your organization.  This will enable faster program development, communication, coordination and management of your health, safety and loss control development project. 


You provide the full names, titles, departments and contact information, including email addresses, for each member of your team that you want involved in the development, support, evaluation, approval and implementation of the health, safety and loss control program. We create their accounts and provide the necessary login credentials.


You now have the ability to monitor and track the progress and status of all projects and training programs from within the online project management account.  All project management is coordinated through the online project management program with the exception of billing and payment related issues.  This makes keeping up with the details a snap!