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OSHA Compliance Consultation Solutions

ALL4 was originally founded by air quality consulting experts but has since expanded well beyond the air arena and into other environmental, safety and health practice areas. Our occupational safety and health and industrial hygiene services are provided by technical staff including engineers, industrial hygienists and safety professionals with over 30 years of experience. ALL4 understands the challenges associated with investigating and controlling hazards, preventing accidents and injuries and balancing production with a safe and healthy workplace. Regardless of the project, ALL4 can conduct the necessary compliance inspection or program evaluation to characterize priorities and select the appropriate strategy to achieve regulatory compliance, reduce risk and provide a safe and healthy workplace.

Why use an Industrial Hygienist or Health and Safety Consultant?

Identifying and reducing hazards in the workplace and enhancing safety for established or new facility processes can be challenging.  Each project is unique to employee tasks, production requirements and the risks associated with routes of exposure, physical hazards, and preventing accidents and injuries.  In addition to recognizing and evaluating these occupational risks, there are various federal and state regulations and accompanying guidance documents that need to be interpreted and followed for a production facility to provide employees a safe and productive work environment.

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ALL4’s Safety and Health Consultant Services

ALL4’s occupational safety and health services include the following:

OSHA Compliance Consultant Services 

  • OSHA Compliance Audits and Evaluations
  • PPE Hazard Assessments and Certification
  • Safety Program Development and Training
  • Injury and Illness Prevention
  • Accident investigation and Litigation Support
  • OSHA Inspection Response and Informal Conference Support

Industrial Hygiene

  • Chemical Exposure Assessments
  • Facility Noise Evaluations and Mapping
  • Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)
  • Engineering Control Evaluations
  • Biological and Laboratory Safety

Facility Investigations and Assessments

  • Hazardous Material Investigations and Remediation Design
  • Hospital Infection Control Risk Assessments and Construction Oversight
  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Evaluations
  • Mold Evaluations and Bioaerosol Monitoring
  • Vapor Intrusion Sampling and Assessments

Safety Management

  • Hazard Communication and SDS Reviews
  • Safety Program Gap Analyses
  • Process Safety Management Support
  • Confined Space & Hazardous Energy Control Program Evaluations
  • Workers Compensation Cost Reduction
  • Construction Health and Safety

Why Use ALL4?

ALL4’s health and safety professionals and industrial hygienists have extensive experience and knowledge across a wide range of workplace safety and health issues. ALL4 works with a variety of industries including specialty manufacturing, automobile, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, energy, pulp and paper and federal defense agencies. Our client work ranges from small, one-off projects at the local facility level to high-level strategic safety and risk management planning for global corporations. Each of our clients and their operations have a unique set of health and safety responsibilities and challenges. ALL4 takes this into account when working with our clients to develop site-specific strategies for reducing workplace accidents and injuries and managing risk. Whether it is safety program development, job site inspections, compliance auditing or industrial hygiene services such as occupational exposure assessments, ALL4 provides an unbiased and objective review of each issue with our client’s environmental, health and safety consultation team.

ALL4 is a verified vendor for our clients through criteria set forth by AVETTA and ISNetworld through their safety review and verification service. Our health and safety technical staff maintain professional competency by attending and presenting at technical conferences, publishing technical articles and maintaining professional certifications and training in key service areas. We also actively participate in local and national associations in which our clients are members so that we understand their perspectives and can provide meaningful contributions to regulatory concerns and safety program enhancement efforts. Our clients are our priority and we take ownership when supporting them to control losses, improve employee safety and work towards an understanding of the direct correlation between a robust health and safety program and overall profitability.

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