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OSHA Compliance/ Workplace Health & Safety Compliance

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) may periodically conduct inspections to ensure businesses are compliant with OSHA regulations. If your dealership is audited and found in violation of OSHA’s regulations, fines and penalties can run into thousands of dollars.

With extensive experience in the automotive industry, we specialize in dealership compliance, compliance audits and training, and provide you with solutions and guidance to meet OSHA compliance requirements.

Workplace Health & Safety Compliance

We offer workplace health & safety consultation to assist your facility in being compliant with OSHA’s regulations.

Your CSI consultant will visit your facility and conduct an inspection to identify potential hazards or risk factors. Based on the issues identified, we will guide you in mitigating the hazards and staying compliant.

We also work with you to develop safety programs that help you stay compliant.

Some of the areas we provide support in are:

  • Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
  • Emergency Response Program
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan
  • Hazard Communication Plan
  • Heat Illness Prevention Program
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (I2P2)
  • Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
  • Employee Safety Handbook

In the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA), existing or potential environmental contamination liabilities are identified. This is done to ensure timely risk management and safety for the environment.

Having performed Phase 1 ESAs over the years, we offer you expert perspective and comprehensive reports prior to buy/sell transactions.

Under Phase I we offer

  • Site visits
  • Evaluation of building permits
  • Visual assessment of past and present hazardous material handling activities and storage areas, underground storage tanks, and adjacent properties
  • Aerial photography of the vicinity
  • Conducting inquiries with local, state, tribal and federal environmental regulatory agencies
  • Inspecting public records and reviewing documents
  • Interviewing public and private officials who have knowledge of the site
  • Reviewing background and historical information
  • Examination of current USGS maps to evaluate drainage patterns and topography
  • Searching for hazardous materials such as Asbestos Containing Building Materials (ACBM), Lead-Based Paint, Lead in Drinking Water, Mold, etc.