Premier Safety Solutions specializes in full service Safety Program management and provides cost effective assistance to employers in their endeavor to create a safe and healthful workplace for their employees.

What makes us different?

Premier Safety Solutions creates a standard of excellence by approaching safety with a positive attitude.

Positive reinforcement encourages management leadership and worker participation in creating and keeping a safe workplace. Safe work habits must become a part of the normal everyday routine.

Premier Safety Solutions provides their clients with high level safety training and specialized knowledge and understanding of OSHA regulations.

 

TRAINING WE OFFER . . . 

 

  • Trenching & Excavation Awareness & Competent Person
  • First Aid, CPR & AED Training
  • Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift) Operator Certification
  • Scaffold Awareness & Competent Person
  • OSHA Construction 10 & 30 Hour
  • Heavy Equipment Operator Safety Awareness
  • Aerial Work Platform Safety Training
  • Fall Protection Safety Awareness
  • Confined Space Awareness Training & Mock Rescue Exercise

SERVICES WE OFFER . . .

  • Safety & Health Programs
  • HAZCOM / SDS Programs
  • Activity Hazard Analysis
  • Onsite Safety Surveys
  • Random Employee Drug Screening
  • Respirator Medical Review & Fit Testing

 

 

DON'T WAIT . . . BE PROACTIVE . . .

Plan & Prevent Workplace Accidents

OSHA fines USPS Maryland Facility $342K

The U.S. Postal Service has been cited for six health violations after an OSHA inspection of the Brooklyn South Carrier Annex in Brooklyn, Md. Inspectors responded to a complaint alleging workers were exposed to blood and other potentially infectious bodily fluids while handling packages labeled as containing biological infectious materials. The postal service failed to implement a written bloodborne pathogens exposure control plan and hazard communication program, and did not properly train workers on bloodborne pathogen protection. The USPS was proposed penalties totaling $342,059 for one serious, two willful and three repeat health violations.

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A Hidden Epidemic: Construction Worker Suicide

According to data from the CDC, construction workers are at a very high risk for suicide – a rate of 53.3 per 100,000 workers.

The following are contributing factors leading to these statistics:

-Early hours and late nights on the job, especially during critical project phases

-Separation from family due to travel from project to project across states and cities leading to loneliness and isolation

-Lack of a steady paycheck due to regular lay-off periods or seasonal work

-Construction workers often struggle with pain, stress and fatigue from injuries which leads to alcohol, prescription medication and illegal drug use

-Working in a fearless, risk-taking environment reduces the fear of life and death situations

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Careful Use of Propane Heaters on Construction Sites

To help combat the cold, portable heaters fueled by propane are often used on construction sites. While they provide adequate heat, there are some obvious safety concerns when using large, high-BTU, portable heaters.

Certain precautions need to be observed when using a propane heater:

Only use heaters that are in good condition and operating properly.

Keep propane tanks upright and on a firm, level surface.

Locate propane tanks at least 6 feet from the heater.

Do not use heaters in an area where they can come into contact with combustible materials.

Do not place a heater directly on a plywood floor. Instead, place it on a 4-foot by 4-foot square of fire-resistant drywall or cement-board.

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