Fire guard (F-60/F-93/F-30)
Fire guards (F-60/F-93/F-30) must be assigned one floor below hot work operations for fire exposures that are not view-able by one fire guard. All fire guards (F-60/F-93/F-30/F-29) have Certificates of Fitness. They are required to walk job sites after hot work operations and in NYC, be present on construction projects from close of business until Midnight. They are required to maintain a daily log book noting inspection times and areas reviewed per hour to be signed by Fire guard on duty.
The Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
This certification is designed for individuals who demonstrate competency and work part-time or full-time in health and safety industries devoted to the prevention of construction illnesses and injuries. The CHST certification meets national standards for certifications.
Noise and Air Monitor
We can perform chemical exposure assessments to determine if engineering controls, administrative controls or personal protective equipment are required to reduce employee exposures. We will develop a sampling strategy based on the operations at your facility that meets OSHA requirements for evaluating exposures to chemicals (29 CFR 1910, Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances or 29 CFR 1910.134 Respiratory Protection). We can also assess your facility for hazardous noise exposures and assist you with developing a hearing protection program that meets OSHA regulations (29 CFR 1910.95, Hearing Conservation).
CIH / CAIH - Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) / Certified Associate Industrial Hygienist
Specializing in :
Air Sampling & Instrumentation
Biostatistics & Epidemiology
Health Risk Analysis & Hazard Communication
IH Program Management
Radiation – Ionizing and Non-ionizing
Work Environments & Industrial Processes
Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
A CSP is a Professional who performs assessments to determine risks, asses potential hazards and controls, evaluates risks and hazard control measures, investigates incidents, maintains and evaluates incident and loss records, and prepares emergency response plans. Other duties could include hazard recognition, fire protection, regulatory compliance, health hazard control, ergonomics, hazardous materials management, environmental protection, training, accident and incident investigations, advising management, record keeping, emergency response, managing safety programs, product safety and/or security.