Simulated OSHA site tours:
An unique safety site assessment that provides operational safety insights coupled with potential shortcomings involving OSHA compliance. A question for you: Has your insurance company ever informed you what is necessary to comply with OSHA?
A planning exercise that delves into club crisis scenarios that may occur in either city, country and/or yacht clubs. Attendees will develop response plans through a participative session. They will have the opportunity to discuss and then share how they would deal with the various situations. Considerations will involve team building, necessary equipment and who is / will be responsible for communications.
Health and Safety Policy Assessment Form is provided to assist in determining what practices and policies may be needed at your operation. Multiple copies can be distributed to line supervisors.
Education Trainer of General Industry Standards for OSHA's Outreach Program:
Education sessions for managers, executive staff and all line employees. Training sessions are infused with real life situations. Presentations range from hour long club education sessions to full and multi-day chapter programs.
OSHA Education Modules:
OSHA Educational offerings include... An Introduction to OSHA including the Inspection Process, Citations and Penalties; The Hazard Communication Standard and Safety Data Sheets; Blood Borne Pathogens; OSHA Recordables; Emergency Action Plans; The Revised Respiratory Standard; Lockout/Tagout Policy; Personal Protection Equipment; Walking and Working Surfaces; OSHA General Industry 10 or 30 hour Certificate.
CODE RULE 59 Consultation Service:
The consultation process involves an opening conference, a closing conference and a consultation report. A remediation period follows during which you have to enact the recommendations made by the consultant. The Code Rule 59 statute includes a detailed timeline that says when each step of the process should be completed. You must remedy any safety deficiencies noted in the consultant's report, and institute and maintain an effective loss prevention program.
Punch list Construction Audits:
Do you assume that all the contractors properly do/did their jobs? Might corners have been cut? Is it possible that the blue print design did not have a require guard rail? Achatz tours the newly renovated areas and shares insights on what was missed so the facilities are properly completed before the contractors have been paid and are long gone.
Did the architect and design group ensure the inclusion of the required safety equipment? The blue print review service will help to ensure that all required and recommended safety equipment is included. Other insights and design enhancements will also be shared.