The Division of Occupational Safety and Health, better known as Cal/OSHA, protects workers and the public from safety hazards through its Occupational Safety and Health programs, and with thousands of pages of safety code – it can be a cumbersome task to understand and implement the correct codes and programs into your workplace.
Cunningham and his staff provide local businesses with the ability to become complaint with the ever changing state and federal regulations while providing a safe and healthy working environment.
“A non compliant business is not only putting its customers and employees at risk, it is also putting its stability at risk,” said Cunningham, “a serious accident could cost the business thousands of dollars in fines.”
OnSite Safety Services provides its clients with scheduled Safety Meetings, CPR & First Aid Classes, Written Safety Programs, Drug Testing, Inspections and investigations to ensure their clients biggest investment, its employees, is protected.
By evaluating your current safety programs, OnSite Safety services will develop a plan of action for your business.
Primarily specializing in the agriculture industry, Cunningham says its business emphasizes the importance of compliance with the 10/10 rule, “Our goal is to keep safety on workers minds, and given them the tools they need to ensure that they will go home with all 10 fingers, and 10 toes.”
Although OnSite Safety Services specializes in the Agriculture industry, it also expands its services into all commercial businesses.
“It’s best to be proactive and progressive when it comes to safety” said Cunningham
OnSite Safety Services also provides First Aid and CPR Classes to the general public, in addition to providing safety supplies for businesses.
CPR Classes available on the first Saturday of every month.
The current ‘hot’ topics for safety these past few years have been Heat Safety, and Confined Space Safety.
Cunningham, “there really hasn’t been a change in laws, just more emphasis on what has been already established.”
“Everyone knows they need to be compliant, but the hardest aspect is getting the companies to follow through,” said Cunningham, “That’s where we come in.”
Safety meetings can be scheduled to fit the client’s needs, and conducted right at the place of business.
“The cost and time in a proper safety program is minimal,” said Cunningham, “considering the alternative.”
Located in the Historic China Town District of Colusa, Cunningham and his staff are located at 739 Main Street. To start your business evaluation or to inquire about OnSites Services, call (530) 458-7879.