Bringing the Team Together for Workplace Safety

Hazardous substances can take on many forms, including liquids, solids, bacteria, viruses, vapors, gases, powders, dusts, and fumes. These can be found in most work environments such as, factories, offices, schools, laboratories, shops, hospitals, and farms etc. Other workplace issues for construction workers include falling debris, heavy machinery accidents, risk of falls from heights, and other serious injuries. These job sites include road crew sites, construction sites, building job sites, and more.


Finding workplace and work site safety teams that are experienced and have specialization is critical for the areas of Health and Safety, Job-site Management, Fire Risk Management, Crisis Intervention, and Employee Training. Proper usage of safety harness lanyards and ties along with all the other equipment and safety equipment that should be used on the job site are vital to keeping everyone safe.


No one can do it all alone and even the best company or team needs a little help and outside assistance at times, especially when it comes to ensuring the safety of their workers and those in the surrounding area around a major work site. Risk safety services can help make any work site more manageable and much safer for everyone by pointing out problem areas and potential issues that may go unnoticed by others who are not as well trained or experienced in the area of work site safety.


A good team of experts in safety and help guide you throughout the process of choosing the right tools, process, safety equipment, and protocol for your unique needs. A dedicated risk health and safety training consultant can help you by meeting on a regular basis to discuss your existing systems and see what changes need to be made to improve work place safety for everyone involved.


Some of the most common additions and changes made to work site safety protocols are:

  • Addition of safety equipment
  • Proper usage of safety harness lanyards and ties
  • Training in correct usage of equipment
  • Crisis training and implementation protocols
  • Routine checks to ensure safety measures are followed

Reports and records kept to review trends and statistics