The Occupational Safety and Health Administration‘s (OSHA) mission is to save lives, prevent injuries and protect the health of America’s workers. To achieve this goal, federal and state governments have established numerous safety standards for employers. At Integrity Insurance Agency, Inc., we offer a variety of policies and programs that enable you to keep employees safe while complying with OSHA record-keeping requirements and safety standards.
OSHA Reporting & Analysis Made Simple
Our online Occupational Safety Resource Center offers our clients complete OSHA log reporting and analysis capabilities.
- After an easy setup process, you can log incidences as they occur. This feature enables you to provide your OSHA log to an inspector on demand.
- You can instantly create a Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses Summary for any given year. Sorting data by division, injury type, body part and time lost allows you to spot trends before they become significant problems.
- To meet OSHA’s posting requirement quickly and easily, you can also compile your annual 300A (summary) with just a few mouse clicks.
Best of all, by examining your OSHA log, we can assist you in identifying emerging patterns that show where the highest incidence of injuries or the greatest dollar loss is taking place—and then work with you to take corrective action.
At Integrity Insurance Agency, Inc., our goal is to ensure that our clients have the right tools to be OSHA compliant and to minimize the potential risk of future accidents. As a value-added service to our clients, access to the following resources is also available at no additional cost:
300 Recordability Determinator
A prepared spreadsheet that helps you to determine whether an accident constitutes an OSHA 300 recordable incident.
Hazard Communication Policy
A policy designated to ensure that: hazardous substances present in the workplace are identified and labeled; employees have easy access to information on the hazards of these substances; and that employees are given information on how to prevent injury or illness due to exposure to such hazards.
An exposure control plan designed to eliminate or minimize employee occupational exposure to blood or other bodily fluids.
Personal Protective Equipment Program
A program that establishes minimum personal protective equipment requirements to be followed when performing tasks in which hazards are present or likely to be present.
Fall Protection Program
A program that establishes safeguards within the workplace designed to prevent injury to employees who are required to perform elevated work activities (greater than six feet).
Emergency Action Plan & Fire Prevention Program
With references to appropriate state and federal regulations, this program outlines a plan of action to be followed by all employees during times of emergency.
• A Comprehensive Lockout/Tagout Program
• A Respiratory Protection Program
• Timely legislative updates
• A variety of documents to help you prepare for an OSHA inspection