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Pointman Safety Professionals hold a variety of Occupational health and safety degrees, CSP (certified safety professional), CHST (Construction Health and Safety Technician).
We align the Pointman Professional to your construction specialty: construction management, general contracting, residential, HVAC, electrical, roofing, structural steel, carpentry, concrete, masonry, glass/ glazing, drywall/framing, excavation, highway/road/bridge building.
Our Pointman Professionals are actively working in the construction field to prevent injuries and maintain compliance.
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Education and training is a core component to an effective health and safety program. We strongly believe in traditional classroom and online safety training though weekly and daily safety reminders must be used to reinforce and keep workers focused.
The Pointman Construction Protocol provides beyond industry specific content. We make it yours. Our process analysis your companies’ specific risks, hazards, past injuries, near misses, safety goals, PPE, and applicable OSHA and safety standards through a comprehensive survey. We then generate company specific tool box talks for your supervisors to deliver in the field. Toolbox talk and safety content highlights:
• Leverage our Pointman Construction Professionals knowledge as your own.
• Stop using generic and dated tool box talks.
• Align topics to the hazards your workers are up against.
• Maximize the in-field time of delivering the message.
• Eliminate paper, capture signatures, track completion by supervisor or
• Content is geared to adult learning principles.
• Content includes safety skills, as well as OSHA standards.
When PPE is to be used, a PPE program should be implemented. This program should address the hazards present; the selection, maintenance, and use of PPE; the training of employees; and monitoring of the program to ensure its ongoing effectiveness. Pointman Professionals will do an initial review of your OSHA PPE hazard assessment documents for compliance and most importantly to be effective in protection workers.
Many states statutorily require businesses to form and operate an employee comprised safety committee. Insurance companies and safety professionals as well promote safety committees to promote and structure safety within an organization.
The Pointman Protocol assists businesses to optimize the set aside time for these meetings. We see first hand when safety committees become stale, lack of structure and motivation, no results, and in some cases burdensome to management. How we help:
Construction companies with more than 10 employees are required to keep a record of serious work-related injuries and illnesses.
29 CFR 1904 has expanded to require electronic submission of records to OSHA each year and severe injury reporting within 24 hours of incident. We see first hand how OSHA 300 logs are evaluated in the bidding process to award work. Inaccurate records alone can cost you the job.
Perform comprehensive health and safety audit focused on leading and lagging loss indicators.
Upon completion a detailed report provided to management for review. Report will include all
Construction findings, recommendations, compliance reference standards, and action plan development. The core components of the audit include:
Develop company safety manuals and programs for compliance and alignment with industry best practices. Provide regulatory and company policy updates to establish an effective written safety program. Develop sub-contractor safety requirements specific to individual projects.
Reoccurring site safety inspection to identify hazards, OSHA compliance deficiencies, and worker safety behaviors.
Specific inspection criteria include: task safety analysis, equipment specific safety reviews, personal protective equipment, emergency action plan, fire protection.
Written report provided to management. Provide trending of safety deficiencies to support safety program direction and implementation.
A defined process to review existing and new work tasks. Main objective is to identify hazards and controls to minimize employee injury for individuals and specific work tasks. OSHA standards require employers to conduct hazard/PPE (personal protective equipment) assessments which must be documented.
PPE devices alone cannot be relied on to provide protection against hazards, but should be used in conjunction with engineering, administrative, and work practice
controls developed by the employer.
Review past and current worker’s compensation claims to determine trends and root cause analysis. Develop corrective action plans for specific injury exposures within the company.
Analysis will determine what habits/behaviors and other factors may be contributing to overall safety performance. Provide recommendations to reduce EMR (experience modification rate).
Provide technical assistance in the safety and risk management prequalification process for ConstructSecure, PICS, MICCS, Browz, PecPremier, ISNetWorld or other industry prequalification programs. Provide required updates to each system and ensure passing scores are maintained.