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Things We Do

The core functions of the Safety Division are the following:

  • Conduct safety /risk assessments
  • Facilitate employee and supervisory training
  • provide on-site Health and Safety support
  • Communicate with clients findings
  • Develop and implement health and safety program
  • Analyze injury data and report recommendations
Safety at Work



Upcoming Sessions

On the spot review

Field Work

Ergonomic Evaluations

Is an evaluation of an employee at their workstation. It can identify the risks associated with repetitive tasks, poor workstation setup and improper use of equipment.

Site Inspections

Workplace inspections help prevent incidents, injuries and illnesses. Through a critical examination of the workplace, inspections help to identify and record hazards for corrective action. Regular workplace inspections are an important part of the overall occupational health and safety program and management system, if present.

  • Emergency Egress
  • Electrical Hazards
  • Fire Protection
  • Industrial Hygiene 
  • Machinery Equipment
  • Material Storage
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Work Area 
  • Workplace Violence Awareness


 Industrial Hygiene

Industrial hygiene is the science of protecting the health and safety of people in the workplace. The term industrial hygiene emerged in the early 1900s with the launch of the Industrial Hygiene arm of the American Public Health Association (APHA). Today, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires companies to uphold certain industrial hygiene regulations and occupational health standards.

The processes of industrial hygiene involve identifying, analyzing, and controlling workplace conditions and hazards to prevent dangerous and harmful work environments. These problems can fall into different categories, including:

  • Chemical hazards, such as fumes and vapors
  • Biological hazards, such as viruses and bacteria
  • Physical hazards, such as heat and radiation
  • Ergonomic hazards, such as lifting or pushing heavy machinery
  • Air contaminants, such as fibers and aerosols

Industrial hygiene is important because it can prevent potential illness, injury, and stressors at workplaces, which can have short- and long-term effects on the health and well-being of the people who work there. Employees at a factory, for example, may be exposed to harmful chemical agents. Industrial hygiene specialists can examine the workplace and propose plans to filter or eliminate them.

Serious Injuries

Serious Injuries

Hazard Reporting

Hazard Reporting

SDS Online

SDS Online

Safety Division

Safety Division