All employers have a duty to include procedures for identifying and evaluating work place hazards including scheduled periodic inspections to identify unsafe conditions and work practices. Courage Safety Systems provides a program to assist your Superintendent in complying with these requirements.
Courage Safety Specialists will visit your construction project per your desired frequency. Courage provides the superintendent with Tailgate Talks, enough to provide one talk every 10 business days, as required by OSHA. Courage will conduct a safety survey with your superintendent and observe the overall safety conditions onsite at the time of the visit.
The Courage Safety team is available to provide OSHA Compliance Consulting as needed.
Courage can provide safety training on a variety of OSHA Safety topics, including, OSHA 10 and 30 Hour Training, CPR, First Aid, Heat Illness Prevention, Fall Protection, Fire Prevention, Construction Health Issues, and many more safety topics.
Courage Safety is also available to assist your superintendent with OSHA Document Requests that may be received during an OSHA visit. Courage will coordinate the compilation of the required documents from your office staff and provide to OSHA by the postmark date.
In the event of an Incident/Accident, Courage can conduct an accident investigation with photos and provide support to your team to respond appropriately.
HazCom Spill Kit §5194
Spill Prevention Procedures and non-storm water management measures should be available at all times while chemicals and/or hazardous substances are stored onsite. Spilled pollutants that can safely be cleaned up include:
- Fuels, Lubricants, Petroleum distillates
- Resins, thinners, paint strippers, solvents, adhesives, sealants
- Detergents, bleachers, bacteria disinfectants
First Aid Kit §1512
195-piece kit, in compartmental plastic case. Also includes 28-piece bloodborne pathogen/personal protection kit and six-piece CPR pack with one-way valve face shield. Plastic case is wall mountable (hardware not included). Full-color reorder schematic. System Capacity: 50 Person System; Number of Pieces: 229; Contains: Bandages; Eye Wash; Ointments; Wipes; Mounting: Wall.
Fire Extinguisher (2A) §1922
This professional fire extinguisher is UL rated 2-A:10-B:C and meets minimum 2-A:10-B:C code requirements. Fights wood, paper, trash, plastics, gasoline, oil, and electrical-equipment fires; ideal for offices, homes, and workshops. Uses mono ammonium phosphate extinguishing agent.
Fire Prevention Plan §3221
The employer shall be responsible for the development of a fire protection program to be followed throughout all phases of the construction work; and he shall provide for the fire fighting equipment as specified.
27"W x 39"H Full Color Completely Laminated with High Quality Laminate Portrait Style List of Contained State Postings: California Minimum Wage, Pregnancy Disability Leave Notice A, Transgender Rights, CFRA Leave/Pregnancy Disability Leave Notice B, Discrimination/Harassment Prohibited in Employment, Cal OSHA Safety and Health Protection, Workers' Compensation, Unemp. Insurance/Dis. Insurance/Paid Family Leave, etc.
Emergency Medical Services Plan §1512
Written Plan. The employer shall have a written plan to provide emergency medical services. The plan shall specify the means of implementing all applicable requirements in this section. When employers form a combined emergency medical services program with appropriately trained persons, one written plan will be considered acceptable to comply with the intent of this subsection.