Occupational, Health & Safety

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Occupational, Health & Safety

Our occupational health and safety services include: indoor air quality, lead monitoring, ergonomic assessments, safety training, program development, team development, safety and emergency preparedness audits, program assessment and review, exercise design.
  • OSHA Regulations
  • Written plan development and training
    • Confined Space
    • Lock Out, Tag Out
    • Site Safety Inspection
    • Hazard Communication
    • Annual trainings and refreshers
    • Injury & Illness Prevention Program
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Fire Prevention
    • Emergency Evacuation
    • Machine Guarding
    • Forklift Safety
    • Electrical Safety
    • Traffic Safety
    • Ergonomic Evaluations
    • Indoor Air Quality Studies
Featured Projects
Safety Training
Provided health and safety training to various clients including: Arc Flash, Traffic Flagger and Control, Hazard Communication, Injury Illness and Prevention Plan, Lockout Tag Out, Lead Awareness, Ergonomics, Machine Guarding. Active Shooter Response.

Project
Developed Lead Compliance Plan for project requiring employees to be engaged in activities with potential lead exposure. Conducted Lead Awareness Training for line staff and management team. CTI conducted employee Lead Monitoring during clearing and grubbing operations. CTI also developed Job Hazard Analysis for tasks associated with this project and conducted pre-job safety meetings.

I-405 Sepulveda Widening Project
Developed Health and Safety Plan for construction project requiring employees to work under hazardous conditions including risks related to heavy traffic, heat stress, heavy equipment operation, noise and non-daylight hours. Also, provided lead monitoring services while employees were exposed to aerial deposited lead in soil.

EHS Audit and Program Update
CTI staff conducted an extensive environmental, health and safety audit of a commercial printing company’s operations to determine which regulatory programs they were required to implement. Once identified, CTI was able to developed the following written programs and provided training: Injury & Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP), Hazard Communication, Lock Out/Tag Out, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), Machine Guarding. In additional a Hazardous Material Business Plan was created and submitted via CERS to the local CUPA.

Individual Ergonomic Workstation Evaluations
CTI conducted one-on-one, individual ergonomic workstation evaluations to determine if improvements could be made to reduce the risks of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs). The assessment included an on-site, visual review of the employees working at their workstations to identify work practices in need of adjustment and/or change.

Each employee was provided with an individualized report that included background information, potential health issues, observations, findings and recommendations. The recommended corrective methods included adjustments to work space layout, display terminal positioning, lighting, exercising, posture improvement, and work pacing.

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