Safety Managers and Supervisors conduct safety orientation training, field audits, and observations on new construction turnaround and shutdowns. They can also serve as a Liaison between client and contractor concerning risk management and all safety issues pertaining to the project. We're Certified in OSHA 500, and 501, Hazwoper 40 hour trainers, Incident command systems 100 and 200, Confined Space Entry, National Fire Protection Agency 70E, Forklift, JLG, First and Aid/CPR instructors; Experienced in teaching Job Safety Analysis, managing Workers Compensation, and Case Management, Accident Investigation, RCA, near miss incident reporting, permit writing for safe work, hot work and confined space, and also Air Monitoring Training.
Crisis Management Plan:
Identify the problem areas and various factors which led to crisis at the workplace.
- Discuss issues and areas of concern amongst yourselves on an open forum for everyone to share their opinion.
- Make sure you have accurate information. Don’t depend on guess works and assumptions. Double check your information before submitting the final plan.
- Crisis Management Plan should not only focus on ways to overcome crisis but also on making the processes foolproof to avoid emergency situations in future.
On Site Orientations:
Health and safety orientation is a vital component of any company’s health and safety management system. It is the process of introducing new, inexperienced, transferred and returning employees to a safe and healthy workplace.
Our Fire Watch employees have received training from safety professionals, welding supervision, and fire fighters. Most companies won't give a fire watch this much training but we think that our clients are worth it! All employees will also receive an OSHA 10 hour, Hazwoper 24, First Aid/CPR and Incident Command 100-S certifications.
Our safety attendants (Hole Watch) are trained by inert entry specialist and confined space instructors. All attendants will receive an OSHA 10 hour, Hazwoper 24, First Aid/CPR and Incident Command 100-S certifications. There is no other company that will take the time to provide this type of training for this position in our industry.
Training Center and Outreach Training Program:
The Franklin Safety Group Training Center will be responsible for all company training and Orientation of all employees. We can also provide outreach instructors for local companies, petrochemical plants and refineries needing their employees trained or recertified in OSHA, Hazwoper, and First Aid and CPR.
Light Duty Return to Work Program
The Franklin Safety Group provide a computer based Light Duty Return to Work Program (LDRWP) for employees in need of light duty work due to a work-related injury. The computer based safety training will sustain an injured employee during their route to recovery. It will also allow valuable time for key job training while the employer avoids zero lost days. Light Duty Return to Work Training will reduce the financial impact on the employer by having the opportunity to postpone or not file a workers' compensation claim on the employee during their time of recovery.
Hurricane Clean up:
Natural Disaster Support Staff:
At any given time our city, state, or region of the can be thrown into a natural disaster and while most people are caught off guard and wonder how could this happen. There are companies and our government working together behind the scenes mobilizing work forces to stabilize our communities. Our Safety monitors, and Hurricane clean up staff are certified in Emergency Management Systems, Hazwoper, OSHA, Incident Command, and Heavy Equipment.The Franklin Safety Group can’t afford to be on the sidelines when disaster strikes.
The Bag Valve Mask:
The Franklin Safety Group can provide construction sites, and other industries requiring First Aid/CPR equipment The Bag Valve Mask, abbreviated to BVM and sometimes known by the proprietary name Ambu bag or generically as a Manual Resuscitator or "self-inflating bag", is a hand-held device commonly used to provide positive pressure ventilation to patients who are not breathing or not breathing adequately