Construction Safety Staffing

Construction Safety Staffing

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EHS Analytical Solutions, Inc. provides a variety of cost-effective construction safety solutions including safety staffing and safety services for clients in new construction and Oil & Energy sectors.

Why use construction safety staffing services?

Our clients often find that it makes sense to outsource part or all of their construction safety functions in order to reduce costs and achieve regulatory or contractual compliance objectives. Also, many times our clients require a third-party safety professional to oversee and manage their contractor safety management programs.

Why choose us?

We are passionate about implementing safety management to protect our clients number one asset, their employees. By streamlining complex safety management processes, we turn safety management theories into reality. We are committed to helping our clients reduce their EHS operational costs, meet compliance objectives, reduce risk and liability, and achieve long-term efficiencies and solutions. EHS Analytical Solutions partners with our clients to provide the highest quality Environmental Health and Safety services and to provide the greatest value.

What we do best

EHS Analytical Solutions Inc. provides clients with safety staffing solutions for short and long term projects to meet our clients’ objectives, goals, and initiatives. We provide dedicated on-site EHS professionals with proven experience that are experts in your industry. We support our clients to achieve success in risk management by effectively collaborating and building consensus among project management and team members to uphold compliance and a zero at-risk behavior culture on each project. Our certified experts do the heavy lifting which allows our clients to concentrate on their primary business, technologies, and job functions.

We administer effective health and safety programs in new construction and Oil & Energy sectors and help our clients succeed by:

Providing Construction Safety Staffing and Consulting solutions

  • Meeting internal or third-party safety requirements
    • Providing streamlined safety management processes
  • Implementing safety risk management with precision
    • Overseeing contractor safety management programs
    • Reducing safety and environmental harm
    • Providing regulatory compliance solutions
  • Increasing productivity and efficiency
    • Minimizing schedule impacts from incidents, injuries, and regulatory deficiencies
    • Using previous experiences to forecast potentially unfavorable outcomes
  • Coordinating safety activities with a cost saving strategy
    • Reducing costs (indirect/direct) from accidents
    • Providing evidence of sustainable and unprecedented return on investment (ROI)
    • Providing unique strategies to address project-specific interests and concerns
    • Pre-planning and executing safety management programs with a sensible and lean mindset

Upholding the reputation of the client’s public perception

  • Avoiding accidents and negative publicity
  • Increasing Safety Culture Awareness
    • Building a confident perception of safety to generate an overall pleased consensus among on-site personnel
    • Implementing behavior-based positive recognition programs which improves employee morale, project efficiency, and project performance.
    • Assessing and revising exiting safety management programs to ensure maximum effectiveness

Proudly serving clients within the following Industries:

  • Electrical/Telecom Utilities (Power Generation/Transmission, Distribution, & Substation)
  • Oil & Gas (Upstream/Downstream)
  • Petrochemical Refineries/Chemical Plants
  • Construction (Greenfield/Brownfield for Industrial/Commercial)
  • Renewable Energy (Wind and Solar)
  • Offshore (International/Domestic)
  • US. Army Corps of Engineers

Some areas we partner with clients to offer support include:

  • Providing oversight for the implementation of client safety management programs
  • Facilitating contractor safety orientation review process
  • Developing project-specific safety policies, procedures, and programs (i.e. Safety Execution Plan, Field Safety Handbook, Code of Safe Practices, Project Orientation Training, and Safety Incentive Program)
  • Establishing and coordinating incident and emergency preparedness plans
  • Supporting a One-team Zero At-risk Culture Building
  • Unifying project leaders in Behavior-based Safety
  • Identifying and implementing feasible risk reduction methods
  • Delivering safety-related presentations
  • Leading safety committee meetings; communicate and track compliance concerns
  • Administering routine and specialized training programs
  • Diplomatically consult contractors to encourage the evolution of safe work practices
  • Conducting industrial hygiene monitoring (if needed) under the direction of our Certified Industrial Hygienists
  • Conducting incident investigations with a transparent root cause analysis philosophy to truly prevent reoccurrence

Our experts have professional industry expertise and certifications to fit our client’s needs, including:

  • Certified Safety Professional (CSP)
  • Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP)
  • Construction Quality Management (CQM)
  • Safety Management Specialist (SMS)
  • Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST)
  • Certified Instructional Trainer (CIT)
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC)
  • Industry Specific Safety Experts

Professional involvement and associations

  • Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
  • American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)
  • Utility Safety & Ops Leadership Network (USOLN)
  • Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)
  • US. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
  • National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)
  • Tree Care Industry Associates (TCIA)
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
  • National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
  • National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC)
  • American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP)
  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)

Construction Projects Completed by Our Team

2010 - Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida for British Petroleum (BP) – ($65 billion project)
Industrial hygiene and safety services
2011-2012 - Turnaround Projects in Prudhoe Bay
2011-2012 Turnaround Projects in Prudhoe Bay (North Slope), Alaska Drill Sites and Processing Facilities for BP Exploration Alaska (BPXA) – ($95 million project)
Project safety management services
2013 - DEKALB Corn Seed Production Facility
DEKALB Corn Seed Production Facility in Waco, Nebraska for Monsanto Global Engineering – ($800 million project) Contractor construction safety management
2014 - Storage Tank Construction
Multiple Aboveground Storage Tank Construction, Maintenance, Demolition, and Repair Projects for Sinclair Wyoming Refining Company – ($100,000 to $200 million projects)
Contractor safety management
2017 - Phillips 66 Refinery
2017 Turnaround Project in Billings, Montana for Phillips 66 Refinery – ($400 million project)
Safety turnaround services
2017 - Asbestos Abatement & Demolitions
Martin Tower Asbestos Abatement & Demolitions for the city of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania – ($150 million project) Safety management services for the commercial construction project
2018 - Chemical Plant Project
Sasol Lake Charles Chemical Plant Project (LCCP) in Westlake, Louisiana for Sasol Limited – ($12.9 Billion project)
Industrial safety coordination services
2020 - South Plant Turnaround Project in El Paso
2020 South Plant Turnaround Project in El Paso, Texas for Marathon Petroleum Company – ($108 Million project)
Contractor safety management/ Turnaround safety services

Our Diplomatic Approach

  • To achieve peace of mind, the process of safety management has to be intentional.
  • To benefit from all the rewards of a healthy safety culture it is imperative that all personnel believe that safety brings value to the jobsite. By influencing the “value-added” philosophy and supporting the expectation of safe work practices for employees and contractors, the elimination of at-risk behaviors can be achieved.