A written, detailed safety program is a critical foundation for any company's safety efforts — and our safety consultants can help you put a cost-effective program into place. We're experts in assessing your company's safety needs and finding ways to help reduce injuries and costs.
If your company's safety efforts meet the requirements of the State of Colorado Cost Containment Certification (CCC) program, you'll earn a discount on your workers' compensation premium. More importantly, you'll demonstrate your commitment to providing a safe workplace.
Our safety consultants can help you with a proven, step-by-step program to achieve certification. In fact, we've helped more companies become cost containment certified than any other workers' compensation carrier in the state.
For answers to these and other questions about workplace injuries, talk to your safety consultant. They'll analyze your company's injury trends, review job processes, identify hazards and help you develop a plan to minimize or eliminate risks.
We make it our job to understand the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations so we can help you do the same. The regulations can be complicated and detailed, but our safety consultants can help you identify and correct potential compliance issues. We'll also keep you "ahead of the curve" as regulations change.
As part of our comprehensive safety services program, we offer on-staff industrial hygienists to help you control health hazards on the job. And we do it all at no cost to you, including covering lab fees to analyze the samples we collect.
Our hygienists can help you with a variety of workplace health hazards, such as airborne contaminants (e.g., high levels of dust at construction sites) and dangerous noise levels. We can monitor workplace conditions, analyze the findings and partner with you to find solutions.
Applying ergonomic principles and guidelines to your workplace is important no matter what industry you're in. Our safety consultants can help you identify the risk factors that can lead to musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) such as tendonitis, low back pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Our certified ergonomist can help you design work environments that help you reduce injury rates and lower claims costs.