OSHA Regulatory Compliance

Access Compliance understands that the needs and hazards faced by each employer may differ. We can write and implement programs designed around the unique needs of your organization.
Infections Control Management

Blood Borne Pathogens
Exposure Control Plans
Exposure Monitoring
Rabies/TB/Lyme Disease Awareness
Pandemic Disease Awareness
Workplace Hazard Abatement Identify
Environmental Workplace Hazards

Fire Safety Assessment
HAZCOM Program Audits Indoor Air Quality Assessment (IAQ)
Safety Consultation & Training
Security Program Assessment
Toxicology Consultation
Workplace Hazard Assessment (JSA/THA)
Industrial Hygiene

Chemical Storage Plan
Enhancing Indoor Environmental Quality
Elimination and/or Control of Asbestos
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Management Plan
Lead Management Plan
Low VOC Material
Noise Assessment
Access Compliance has the resources to help your company with regard to industrial hygiene. Services related to industrial hygiene include the investigation and management of occupational hazards such as asbestos, lead paint, indoor air quality, mold, radon, PCBs and much more. We will tailor our programs to the unique needs of your business.

Lead Abatement
Since the mid 19th century, lead has been added to numerous coatings because it was relatively inexpensive and provided excellent anti-corrosive characteristics. When the coatings break down or during abrasive blasting, hazardous dust is generated and becomes airborne.

Long-term Exposure Can Damage

Human Blood
Nervous System
Reproduction
Urinary Tract
Process Safety Management

Program Development
Compliance Auditing
Process Hazards Analysis
Layer of Protection Analysis
Management of Change
Environmental

•Environmental Site Assessments:

Environmental Site Assessment
Litigation and Enforcement Support
Operating/Maintenance of Remediation Systems
Regulatory & Compliance Evaluations
Remediation Planning and Design
Remediation Services
Subsurface Investigation and Sampling
•Environmental hazards, such as the presence of asbestos, lead, or leaking underground tanks can have a huge impact with regard to assessing the value and liabilities associated with a property.

Phase I
Phase II
Assistance with State Environmental Quality Reviews (SEQR) and development and submittals of Environmental Assessment Forms.
•Air Quality

Permitting
Regulatory Reporting--Emission Inventory Statement and Toxic Release Inventory
•NYS Chemical and Pertoleum Bulk Storage

Regulatory Applicability Determinations and Compliance Auditing
BMP Plan Development
Registrations and Program Development
Training
•Spill Prevention and Control Plan Development/Training

Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Plan
Spill Response Plan
Facility Response Plan
Integrated Contingency Plan "One Plan"
Best Management Plan
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
Code Rule 59
Purpose: The Workplace Safety and Loss Prevention program is intended to reduce workplace injuries and result in lower Workers' Compensation costs for employers. It is a mandated program in New York State
• An employer whose most recent annual payroll is in excess of $800,000.00 and whose most recent experience rating exceeds the level of 1.2
• If this criteria is met, the NYS DOL will notify the employer of the need for an audit by a certified safety consultant licensed by the NYS DOL for this purpose
• This will consist of an entry meeting, a site survey, a review of records
• A report will be generated which will outline modifications to be undertaken to improve the experience modification rating
• These modifications must be instituted to avoid a Workers’ Compensation premium surcharge

Code Rule 60
Purpose: A voluntary incentive program to promote workplace safety, health and performance. A reduction in the insurance premium of up to 10% is possible with full implementation of the program
The goal of the Workplace Safety and Loss Prevention Incentive Program is to help reduce the number and severity of injuries to people covered by the NYS Workers’ Compensation Board. Under this program, you may apply for a credit to your Workers’ Compensation insurance premium or security deposit. To qualify, start one or more programs that meet the standards outlined in Code Rule 60:

Safety and Health - A Safety Incentive Program prevents occupational illnesses and injuries by:
• identifying,
• preventing,
• evaluating, and
• controlling workplace hazards.
This program gives you a procedure to evaluate workplace hazards. It helps you develop ways to reduce and/or remove them.
Drug and Alcohol Prevention - A Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program explains the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace. The program gives employers tools to handle problems that are:
• low cost,
• confidential, and
• early-intervention.
This program can prevent accidents on the job caused by drugs and alcohol. The program also offers help to employees whose addictions keep them from working safely and effectively.

Drug and Alcohol Prevention - A Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program explains the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace. The program gives employers tools to handle problems that are:
low cost,
confidential, and
early-intervention.
This program can prevent accidents on the job caused by drugs and alcohol. The program also offers help to employees whose addictions keep them from working safely and effectively.
Return to Work - A Return to Work Program helps employees get back to work promptly and safely after a job-related injury or illness. The program sets fair and consistent practices to meet their needs.

VPP Gap Analysis-

• VPP is an opportunity for a workplace to partner with OSHA reserved only for those companies who are most committed to the culture of a safe and healthy workplace and to the actions required to achieve this.
• To maintain this relationship with OSHA it is necessary to reach a level of commitment and implementation which demonstrates these goals
• A gap analysis is a survey and review designed to determine what actions need to be taken to bring a workplace from its current state, to the level of excellence that will allow it to join those companies that have achieved this partner status with OSHA
• With over a decade of experience with OSHA in interacting with the VPP partnership program, the people of Access Compliance bring the expertise to work with employers to bridge this gap and gain recognition as a VPP partner.
Does Your Facility Use or Store Chemicals?
The Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standard (CFATS) regulates companies that store chemicals above established thresholds. The Dept. of Homeland Security is responsible for administering the program.

Companies covered under the standard are required to complete:
• Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA) • Site Security Plan (SSP)

Access Compliance has the resources to help you comply with the standard:
• CFATS Program Components
• Complete Top Screen
• Prepare and Complete Security Vulnerability Assessment (SVA)
• Prepare and Complete Site Security Plan (SSP)
• Negotiate with Department of Homeland Security on your behalf with regard to tier classification and SSP requirements.
• Be present when DHS inspectors audit your facility