Customized safety program development is a deliberate step that keeps your employees safe, protects your business, and ensures your operations are compliant with local and federal regulations. Employers of any size should prioritize safety by implementing a viable workplace safety program. Operations that expose their employees to workplace health or safety hazards must take steps to mitigate those hazards by developing and managing a workplace safety program
Midwest Environmental Consulting Services, Inc. (MEC) is a leader in environmental safety program development. We are committed to the safety and wellbeing of employees within the workplace. Our goal is to create a safety culture the exhibits accountability. Safety programs are developed through the identification of hazards and the assessment of potential risks. When our team identifies specific safety needs, we can also devise possible safety solutions along the way.
By creating a formalized safety program, opportunities for inconsistency and misinterpretation are significantly reduced. Through safety audits and environmental training programs, your facility can achieve a comprehensive program that is easily understood and followed. That way, all employees can be on board.
Environmental Health and Safety Audits
MEC can locate and remedy potential safety issues before they become a problem. By understanding the hazards and scenarios that could create safety issues, you will better able to provide a safe work environment continually. Employees can continue working knowing their environment is secure and up to regulatory standards.
Environmental Training Programs
We emphasize the importance of well-trained personnel. Through our environmental training sessions, we provide strategies for identifying and managing environmental liabilities, as well as maintain compliance with environmental regulatory requirements.
MEC provides the following health and safety planning:
Assigning operational responsibilities
Budgeting and authorization
Providing safety equipment and materials
Implementing safety procedures
Training and supervision
Investigating employee concerns
Personal protective equipment