CONN-OSHA offers a variety of consulting services to both public and private employers in Connecticut. All of their consulting services are available at no charge and are tailored to fit individual employer needs. They provide consultations in the areas of safety, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, injury and illness prevention plans, and new business assistance. Each consultation visit is viewed by CONN-OSHA as an opportunity to help that employer incorporate the key elements of an effective workplace injury and illness prevention plan into the way the business is run over the long term. Additionally, penalties and citations are not issued as a result of the consulting process.
- Consulting Services
- How To Request Consulting Services
- How The Consulting Process Works
- Consulting Benefits
- Customer Feedback About Consulting Services
- Distinction Between Consulting and Compliance
CONN-OSHA Quarterly Newsletters:
Loss Control Toolbox
From street and road to commercial and residential projects, Acadia fully understands the safety and risk management hurdles at hand and are intrigued by those very challenges. With over 500 years of collective expertise and experience across 6 states and 24 field representatives, Acadia is heavily invested and partnered with the New England Region Construction Industry. They are committed to bringing your business a measurable value that can help reduce costs and keep people and property safe.
- Carbon Monoxide Hazards
- Crane Regulation
- Forklift Safety
- Forklift Safety – Personnel Lifts
- Residential Construction Fall Protection
- Sample Fall Protection Work Plan
Fleet and Auto Safety
- Driven to Distraction
- Distracted Driving & Business Impact
- Winter Safe Driving Tips
- Motor Vehicle Collision Investigation
Tool Box Talks
52 topics, one for each week of the year. CPWR has worked closely with NIOSH to ensure that this new series of toolbox talks incorporates effective elements like case studies, discussion questions, and site-specific actions. The new Spanish versions were developed with the support of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE).