Helping Companies Find Their Way

Helping Companies Find Their Way

Health and Safety Project Experience
Safety and Health Support

 

Grey Metal Foundry. LMG provided ongoing safety and health program development support on a monthly retainer basis for a new operations manager who is striving to turn around a grey iron foundry's safety program after several years of dwindling resources and bankruptcy. We provided on call advice and biweekly onsite services. Previous plant records were very limited and a number of programs had to be reconstructed including silica exposure monitoring and control, respirator program, lockout tag-out, and emergency response.

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Safety and Health Audits

Confidential Plastic Company. As part of an OSHA settlement agreement, LMG performed one year of monthly safety compliance inspections of a plastics company. The safety inspections were comprehensive but specifically focused on LOTO, and machine guarding requirements. Monthly safety inspection reports were submitted to the President of the Company to provide to OSHA. The reports document facility operations at the time of the inspections with respect to OSHA safety program requirements. In addition a more detailed inspection report was provided to the company under attorney client privilege.

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Risk Assessment

Automotive Products Manufacturer. A manufacturing operation that produces ammonia based automotive products had been acquired by a large oil company which invested in a closed ammonia handling system to eliminate the need for a respirator program. LMG was retained by the manufacturing operation to assess the continued need for a respirator program, found the conflict between the manufacturer and it's corporate office and developed the corporate documentation needed to obtain corporate support for the manufacturer's respirator program.

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Exposure Monitoring

Not-for-Profit Construction Research Center.  LMG provided ongoing field testing for construction worker exposures to emerging issues such as hexavalent chromium and manganese in the welding trades and isocyanates in the roofing trade. The purpose of these studies is to characterize representative exposures and in some cases the effectiveness of engineering controls to reduce exposures, and then make recommendations for the implementation of engineering, personal protective equipment, and work practice controls.

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