Leaders in the high-hazard safety community, Predictive Safety’s consulting services group provides expertise in all factors of safety for its clients. Our approach is both thorough and unique in promoting safety cultures focused on prevention.
Our network of associates combine hundreds of years of experience in safety and health across numerous occupational industries.
Examples of general consulting services that we regularly perform include safety and health benchmarking, risk analysis, physical safety audits (inspections) and health and safety management system assessments. The latter includes OHSAS 18001:2007 and CORESafety.
Our safety and health training services are broad in scope. Examples of topics include, but are not limited to, emergency response training (including tabletop exercises and drills), incident investigation techniques, and hazard identification and risk management procedures.
We provide support through incident investigations and analyses of root causes and contributing factors. Assistance is also provided in determining best approaches toward statutory and regulators compliance.
Our associates can evaluate and assist in developing emergency preparedness plans and long-term safety processes and solutions focused on achieving your organization’s health and safety objectives.
Internal research projects and best practices consultations provide clients an objective and informed perspective concerning a wide range of safety and health topics. Our associates have served as external subject matter experts for design feasibility, internal peer reviews, and failure, modes, and effects analysis (FMEA) projects.
These surveys assess organizational climate and behavior to provide recommendations for improving worker engagement and enhanced understanding of an organization’s culture leading toward optimal production and safety performance.
We construct and administer a remote survey across operations to determine an organization’s safety and health maturity level, culminating in a report of findings, including recommendations. The initial survey can be customized based on the client’s interests; however, standard categories include leadership commitment, strategic importance of health and safety, safety management system, organizational buy-in, safety staff and resources, training, and technology. The assessment output for the Health and Safety Maturity Model includes four phases ranging from Phase I (Immediate Action Needed) to Phase IV (Maturity Actualized).
This unique and innovative program is geared towards improving the safety and productivity of any organization. The BLOC program was developed by Dr. Lori Guasta, a recognized researcher and instructor with industry experience who specializes in organizational behavior and safety leadership. The program covers four major topic areas:
A Fatigue Risk Assessment identifies primary risk factors that contribute to overall fatigue risk, and involves assessments and surveys with a sample population of employees onsite. Examples of risk factors involve the following:
Fatigue-related "train-the- trainer" services involve integrated education for everyday use while keeping employees fit for duty. Particular employees are appointed as trainers for the broader workforce and are trained to deliver information related to countermeasures of fatigue. Topics relate to exercise, healthy eating, how to get a good night’s sleep, and how fatigue impacts an employee’s day. Competency tests are conducted to ensure that “employee-trainers” are qualified to effectively lead fatigue management efforts in their organization.
A class designed specifically for electricians, technicians, engineers, contractors, vendors, service, and management personnel desiring training on NFPA 70E and OSHA standards and regulations for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
A site assessment and data collection process to determine the incident energy available if an arc flash occurs while workers are exposed to electrical equipment. This process also identifies the minimum safe working distance (arc-flash boundary) from the equipment and the appropriate PPE required to avoid a permanent injury from an arc-flash. Conducting a full arc-flash hazard analysis and training helps to reduce or eliminate as many of the potential arc-flash hazards identified in the analysis.