Keeping your organization’s employees safe and healthy is a critical component of every business. Ensure your Iowa workplace complies with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards to meet local and federal requirements by partnering with our environmental health and safety experts.
At Fehr Graham, we are committed to providing an efficient and customized plan to keep track of OSHA compliance standards and educating employees to ensure your Iowa business is a safe and healthy work environment.
Meet OSHA compliance standards
While accidents aren’t entirely avoidable, businesses should mitigate risks as much as possible to keep employees safe and healthy. As a quality OSHA compliance company in Iowa, Fehr Graham is committed to keeping your workers safe.
Our OSHA compliance services include:
- Environmental health and safety training.
- Air, wastewater and stormwater permitting.
- SARA Tier II and Form R reporting.
- Industrial waste management.
- Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plans.
- Safety compliance consulting services.
- CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) training.
- Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) training.
- Powered industrial vehicle evaluation.
Fehr Graham can guide your business through all the training and steps required to successfully follow all Iowa OSHA regulations.
Understanding why your business needs an OSHA compliance company
At Fehr Graham, we provide many OSHA compliance services to meet the needs of organizations and municipalities across Iowa. Whether you are a large or small company, we can ensure your organization has the proper training and support to handle all OSHA-required forms and safety procedures.
Our OSHA compliance experts ensure your business prioritizes workplace safety and implements the necessary worker protections in Iowa. With our help, you can:
- File an OSHA 300 log with the number of serious illnesses and injuries recorded at your facility.
- Record work-related injuries as required by OSHA and submit logs electronically to OSHA once a year.
- Train your employees on necessary safety procedures and OSHA regulations to meet local, state and federal requirements.