Health & Safety Programs

A comprehensive health & safety program is not only required by OSHA, it’s also essential for developing an unparalleled safety culture. CCI understands your company is unique which is why we do not provide “cookie cutter” safety programs. Our safety professionals work with you to develop a set of policies, procedures and the essential documents needed to implement a successful program.

Safety Inspections Program

The goal of a safety inspections program is to proactively remove hazardous activities and conditions before they cause an accident or injury. Regular safety audits are the most effective means of identifying and correcting hazardous conditions. Inspection schedules are designed to meet your needs and budget. Each inspection is reviewed immediately with site management. Reports  are generated with our unique software and in your hands within 1-2 business days.

Health & Safety Training

Putting safety programs into place is a great start, but to ensure your programs are effective, quality training must be provided to employees.  CCI offers a wide range of training services designed to meet the requirements of the industrial and construction workplaces. Our safety professionals work with you to identify the hazards your employees are exposed to, and design a training program that is meaningful and successful.

Environmental Reporting

Federal, state, and local governments have several environmentally focused reports that are required of certain businesses. Compiling the information, formatting, and submitting the reports can be a time-consuming and frustrating task for companies that are focused on their day-to-day operations. CCI has been managing these reporting requirements for years and we have the expertise to make the process simple and seamless for your company.

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WHY SAFETY? WHY CCI?

 
At the end of the day, what matters most is being able to return home safely. This has been CCI’s philosophy and goal for our clients since we opened our doors in 1987. We are devoted to providing exceptional service that meets your goals and our standard on every project with expertise, integrity, and commitment.
 
What We Do...

We help our clients manage their unique safety and environmental needs in a way that other larger safety consulting companies cannot. CCI projects can range from a single office workspace ergonomic evaluation to full-time project safety management for multi-million dollar construction projects. When partnering with CCI, you can expect experienced professionals to sit down with you, learn about the ways you do business and the obstacles you face, and find cost-effective solutions to incorporate safety into all aspects of your organization. We’ll help you create a safety culture that goes beyond merely meeting OSHA or EPA requirements.

How We Do it...
We understand the moral and financial challenges you are facing when it comes to keeping your employees safe while also keeping your business profitable. That’s why we strive to provide cost-effective and results oriented solutions for your health and safety needs. Implementing safety practices into your everyday work activities is a beneficial decision for any company. We educate our clients not only on working safely, but also on making safety work for you.
Making Safety Work FOR You...

We’ll help you choose safety goals that are proven to reduce costly accidents and injuries, thus lowering your EMR and insurance costs. Studies have shown that there is a direct correlation between a company’s commitment to safety and an increase in productivity, and thus ROI.  Safety programs have the potential to save you thousands of dollars in the long run with no loss of work time or OSHA fines, and the cost percentage can sometimes be <1% of total project cost. Additionally, more and more large corporations are prequalifying contractors and asking that you meet safety requirements prior to bidding.  When partnering with CCI, you can be confident in the fact that you will not miss out on bid possibilities due to lack of compliance.

 
Years in Business32
Current Clients49
Current Safety Programs Managed84
Average Safety Inspections Per Year1104

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