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Safety Compliance Programs

TRICOR Safety can develop a distinct safety compliance program or a corporate health and safety manual to address the specific regulatory compliance and corporate liability issues appropriate for your company. Our staff will compose site specific customized safety programs and procedures and assist in implementing these programs into your operations. 1-877-468-7426

Manuals developed by TRICOR Safety are very client specific but typically include these topics:

  • Corporate Health & Safety Policy Statements
  • Corporate Health & Safety Training Procedures
  • Health & Safety Compliance Programs
  • Safety Operating Procedures
  • Accident Management Procedures

Safety and Health Services

  • Comprehensive safety and health audit service
  • Preliminary hazard analyses
  • Job safety analyses
  • Safety programs
  • Emergency action plans
  • Training programs and a variety of manuals
  • Technical assistance - review of facilities, equipment, vehicles
  • Accident investigations and analyses
  • Client-specific training classes

Performance-engineered Program Audit Elements

  • Safety and Health policy statements
  • Responsibilities of designated Safety and Health contacts and committees
  • Hazardous materials response programs
  • Accident and occupational illness reporting procedures
  • Personal protective equipment programs

Safety Program Requirements

The following information will help you determine the complexity of writing and implementing a safety program that can meet State Workers' Compensation and OSHA requirements. We have listed a few of these requirements so you can determine if you need TRICOR Safety Consulting assistance.

Record Keeping:

  • 29 CFR 1910.004
  • OSHA 300 Injury Log maintained (Log must be maintained, even if no injuries.)

Hazard Communication Program:

  • 29 CFR 1910.1200Written program
  • MSDS Sheets
  • Training of employees & documentation

Respiratory Program:

  • 29 CFR 1910.134
  • Written programMedical requirements for employees using respirators
  • Fit testing and training of employees using respirators
  • Documentation

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • 29 CFR 1910.133
  • Hazard Assessment for type of equipment required
  • Written program
  • Selection of required equipment
  • Training on types, use and care of equipment
  • Documentation

Hearing Conservation:

  • 29 CFR 1910.095
  • Work place noise evaluation
  • Audiometric testing requirements
  • Training
  • Documentation


  • 29 CFR 1910.147
  • Identification of equipment
  • Written program
  • Training
  • Documentation

Blood Borne Pathogens:

  • 29 CFR 1910.1030
  • Written program
  • Exposure control plan
  • Training
  • Documentation

Employee Emergency Plan:

  • 29 CFR 1910.038
  • Written plan (11 or more employees)
  • Training of employees on evacuation procedures
  • Practice evacuation
  • Documentation - The following items are not considered OSHA standards. However they are required by certain state and federal laws.
    • Accident Investigation
    • Training
    • Documentation