One of the biggest problems for companies today is controlling losses and preventing on-the-job accidents. With insurance rates and Worker’s Compensation rates already at an all time high, there is a need for employers to implement a Loss Control and Prevention Management program to reduce their “Experience Modifier Rate”, which in turn reduces their cost of insurance.
With the combination of HSE Management, Training, and a “Pro-Active” approach, Professional Safety Associates, Inc. provides its customers with a solution to Loss Control and Prevention. Although it takes the combined efforts of HSE Personnel, dedicated employees, and a commitment to excel from management, Professional Safety Associates, Inc. has the tools and resources for our clients’ Loss Control and Prevention Management.
Here are some of the services Professional Safety Associates, Inc. provides to aid in the Loss Control and Prevention Management process:
» “Experience Modifier Rate” Assessment
» Accident and “Near Miss” Trends Assessment
» Pro Active Safety Training Programs
» Job Safety Analysis Program and Training
» “Near Miss” Reporting and Training
» Organization of Internal Safety Teams
» Insurance Policy and Rate Assessment
» Health Safety & Environmental (HSE) Technician
All of these programs are designed with the goal and intention of providing our client’s and their employees with an “accident-free” workplace and in turn, giving our clients a program worthy of a reduction in insurance and Worker’s Compensation rates.
Award, Incentive, and Merit (AIM) Program
Taking a “Pro-Active” approach to our clients Safety Program sometimes includes the program’s enhancement by providing Safety awards incentive program. At Professional Safety Associates, Inc. we offer our clients the opportunity to participate in our incentive program we call the “AIM” program. This program is designed to encourage our clients and their employees to “AIM HIGH” in the Environmental, Health, and Safety areas of their company, which in turn creates a positive attitude in all areas of the company. This gives employees a sense of accomplishment by earning incentives for their performance in the Safety area and helps employers maintain a safe workplace. Ask one of our representatives for details.
Health Safety & Environmental (HSE) Technician
HSE Technicians typically provide observation, regulatory information, documentation, and make recommendations on all phases of operation, personal performance, equipment, procedures, and the work environment that has an impact on Health, Safety, and the Environment.