Playing in the big leagues with the state’s larger general contractors can be an expensive endeavor for small to medium sized subcontractors. In many cases you, as the owner, play the role of project manager, estimator, accountant, and laborer – who has time to make sure the company is adhering to the ever-evolving safety regulations, meeting required training goals, and documenting pre-task plans, job hazard analyses, site safety plans and toolbox talks to the satisfaction of the GC?
Before adding another full time salary to an already over-stretched payroll, contact CAMSAFETY. Our safety department receives grant funding from MIOSHA that allows us to help you with your program – FREE of charge. We can perform a jobsite audit, identify training requirements, provide training, review your existing safety plan, assist with procedure development and implementation for accident investigation, running a safety committee, structuring an incentive program, managing your subcontractors, and much more.
In addition to grant-funded services, we offer assistance with creating a new Accident Prevention Program, MIOSHA inspections and citations, accident investigations, assessing your PPE requirements, and performing on-site classes such as OSHA 10, OSHA 30, and Asbestos & Lead Awareness. In other words, we are a full-service safety consultant. We have the ability to structure long or short-term contracts effectively making CAMSAFETY your in-house safety resource.
Let us help you design a plan to meet the stringent requirements enforced by owners and general contractors that will qualify you to bid on their work. For more information and a free evaluation of your safety needs, contact us today at (248) 972-1000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.