Applied Environmental Health & Safety, Inc.
  A Professional Environmental Health and Occupational Safety Consulting & Training Firm. 
Construction Compliance

"Every day in this country, more than 14 workers lose their lives in preventable workplace tragedies -- close to 100 deaths every week."
  - David Michaels, OSHA Assistant Secretary

Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women. This includes conducting inspections and enforcing its standards.

Certain provisions of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Toxics Substances Control Act (TSCA) impact some construction and demolition projects.

Applied Environmental Health & Safety, Inc. offers comprehensive compliance services to our clients in the construction industry.

In addition to OSHA and EPA required written Safety Assessments and Policy and Procedure development, we offer site and task specific construction compliance assistance.

Inspection & Citations

      Preparing for an Inspection
     Appeals Process
     Mock Inspections

 Hazard Communication

      Hazard Communication Program
     Material Safety Data Sheets
     Identifying Hazardous Chemicals in the Workplace

Medical Services and First Aid

     First Aid Training Program
     Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER)

      Site Evaluation and Control
     Site Specific Safety & Health Plan
     Personal Protective Equipment Program
     Employee Exposure Monitoring
     Decontamination Procedures
     Emergency Response
     Engineering Controls and Work Practices

Personal Protective Equipment

      PPE Program Development
      Respiratory Protection


Confined Space Entry

     General Requirements
     Safety Training
     Written Program
     Ventilation Studies
     Hazardous Atmospheres Air Monitoring


     Protective Support Systems
     Hazardous Atmospheres Air Monitoring
     Access and Egress
     Hazards and Prevention

Cranes, Derricks, Industrial Trucks

     Inspection Requirements
     Forklift Training

Fire Protection/Prevention

     Chemical Hazards
     Storage Guidance
     Ventilation Studies

Fall Protection

     Systems Criteria and Practices

Lead Exposure

     Health Hazards
     Exposure Monitoring
     Medical Surveillance
     Methods of Compliance
     Engineering Controls
     Personal Protection Equipment


     Exposure Assessments and Monitoring
     Negative Exposure Assessments
     Medical Surveillance
     Recordings Keeping
     Competent Person
     Hazard Communication
     Compliance Methods
     Personal Protective Equipment

Welding and Cutting

      Fire Prevention
     Health Hazards
     Ventilation Studies
     Personal Protective Equipment


     General Requirements
     Aerial Lifts
     Fall Protection

Stairways and Ladders

     Work Practices


      Servicing and/or Maintenance Operations
     Energy Control Procedure

Steel Erection

       Site Specific Erection Plan
     Work Practice Requirements
     Walking / Working Surfaces
     Fall Protection
     Crane Safety

Underground Construction

     Competent Person
     Confined space

Electrical Standards

     Work Practices
     Maintenance and Environmental Considerations
     Special Equipment
     Ground Fault Protection
     Effective Control Measures
     Installation Safety Requirements

Injuries and Illnesses Record Keeping and Reporting



     10 hour Construction Safety Course
    30 hour Construction Safety Course
    Online Safety Training


     Hazard Analysis
     Hazard Assessment on the jobsite
     Audit Checklist

Site Accident Prevention

       Site Safety Officers
     Site Specific Health & Safety Plan
     Job Safety Analysis

Environmental Issues

    Storm-water (SWPPP)
    Community Right to Know
    Hazardous Waste



OSHA's Fall Protection Policies for Residential Construction 

"Residential construction." Each employee engaged in residential construction activities 6 feet (1.8 m) or more above lower levels shall be protected by guardrail systems, safety net system, or personal fall arrest system unless another provision in paragraph (b) of this section provides for an alternative fall protection measure. Exception: When the employer can demonstrate that it is infeasible or creates a greater hazard to use these systems, the employer shall develop and implement a fall protection plan which meets the requirements of paragraph (k) of 1926.502.

Note: There is a presumption that it is feasible and will not create a greater hazard to implement at least one of the above-listed fall protection systems. Accordingly, the employer has the burden of establishing that it is appropriate to implement a fall protection plan which complies with 1926.502(k) for a particular workplace situation, in lieu of implementing any of those systems.




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