Services

COVID-19 Disinfection/Fogging

OHSA Health and Safety Consultant delivers a high quality, and legally compliant COVID-19 disinfection service. Our technicians are equipped with the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE), respiratory protective equipment and specialist disinfection equipment to work safely and effectively. Our services are tailored to meet your exact needs and include:

ULV fogging – when extremely small droplets of a disinfectant settle on inaccessible areas to enable the treatment of large areas in a short time;

Sanitising of touchpoints, surfaces, equipment, and floors.

Disinfection fogging is becoming a weekly staple for many of our customers to help limit cross contamination of pathogens on their premises. Are you putting measures in place?

Special prices will apply to quantity and frequency of fogging/disinfecting

Contact us today for a quote via: info@ohsaconsultant.co.za

HSE Compliance Auditing

HSE Auditing (compliance, regulatory, standards, etc.). Is a structured process of collecting independent information on the efficiency, effectiveness and reliability of the total system and drawing up plans for corrective action?

Gap Analysis

gap analysis is a method of assessing the differences in performance between a business' information systems or software applications to determine whether business requirements are being met and, if not, what steps should be taken to ensure they are met successfully.

Safety Files

A 'Safety File' is a record of information focusing on the management of health and safety on construction sites for contractors and sub-contractors. It protects the employer from criminal liability and proves compliance to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.

Site Safety Plans VS Manual

Safety Manual is the base of the whole organisation safety management system. Safety Plan is specified to the project until its completion. HSE Plan: Is a project specific plan set with project requirements complying with the client Standards, local rules and regulations followed in that particular work

Assist your Company with HSE meetings

HSE meeting is a mapping tool that is used to achieve a systematic development of the psychosocial working environment. The HSE meeting is an open meeting at a work unit attended by employees, line managers and safety delegates, the theme being the psychosocial working environment.

Project Management

Project management is the practice of initiating, planning, executing, controlling, and closing the work of a team to achieve specific goals and meet specific success criteria at the specified time. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints

Create your Company Safety Policy and procedures

The purpose of the Health and Safety policies and procedures is to guide and direct all employees to work safely and prevent injury, to themselves and others. All employees are encouraged to participate in developing, implementing, and enforcing Health and Safety policies and procedures.

HSE workplace safety certification

Health and Safety Compliance Certificates are issued following a site inspection of your factory or business premises by qualified auditors. Auditors check for workplace risks and hazards, and assess safety control measures that are in place, including evacuation plans. Any areas of concern need to be addressed before the business is issued with a Health and Safety Compliance Certificate.

Approve all Contractors’ and Sub-Contractors’ Safety files

Let OHSA Consultant take the burden off your hands by reviewing all your sub-contractors safety files before they come to site ,this prevents any delays and unnecessary shut down of work due to safety files not been completed.

Audit all Contractors’ and Sub-Contractor’s Safety files

Every contractor and sub-contractor is required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 and the Construction Regulations 2014, to have a Safety File that must be available at all times. The Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 and Construction Regulations 2014 state the following: Construction Regulation 3(6)– A client must ensure that the principle contractor keeps a copy of the construction work permit contemplated in sub-regulation (1) in the occupational health and safety file for inspection by an inspector, the client, the client’s authorized agent, or an employee; Construction Regulation 5(1)(s) – The client must ensure that health and safety file contemplated in regulation 7(1)(b) is kept and maintained by the principal contractor; Construction Regulation 7(1)(b) –A principal contractor must open and keep on-site a health and safety file which must include all documentation required in terms of the Act and these Regulations, which must be made available on request to an inspector, the client, the client’s agent or a contractor. The Health and Safety File must be maintained by the site safety personnel and audited by a competent person.

Act as Client Agents

Act as Health & Safety Agent. The definition of an “Agent” means a person who acts as a representative for a client. When an Agent is appointed, the responsibilities as imposed on the client by these regulations shall as far as reasonable practicable apply to the Health & Safety Agent.

Site Safety Inductions

Site induction is the process of ensuring workers on construction sites are fully informed about the organisation and operation of the site and of their responsibilities. It focuses in particular on safety aspects of the site.

Baseline Risk Assessments

It must be emphasised that the baseline is an initial risk assessment that focuses on a broad overview in order to determine the risk profile to be used in subsequent risk assessments. A baseline risk assessment focuses on the identification of risk that applies to the whole organisation or project.

Comprehensive Incident Investigations

Reasons to investigate a workplace incident include: most importantly, to find out the cause of incidents and to prevent similar incidents in the future. To fulfil any legal requirements, and to determine the cost of an incident against the company.

Weekly/Monthly Site Audits

It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control, and governance processes." In simplest terms, the duties of an internal auditor are to: Objectively review an organization's business processes.

Attending Monthly Site meetings.

Site meetings are an important part of the successful management of construction projects. ... Holding meetings on site enables the stakeholders to see progress for themselves (rather than relying on a report for another party), and to look at problem areas, discuss quality issues, assess mock-ups, and so on.

Provide Client with Monthly Audit Report.

The audit is a tool used to determine the effective implementation of the health and safety standards. This report will identify the strengths and weaknesses in your health and safety management system.

Event Management for School sports days/Concerts/Carnivals

OHSA Consultant Health and Safety team will project manage your health and Safety to ensure compliance for your event. Health & safety is an integral part of any event and failure to make provision for health and safety at your event is as good as making provision for failure. Health and safety is often an overlooked aspect of an event and is not always given the proper consideration, however it is one of the most critical elements in the planning and staging of a successful event. The main reason health and safety is overlooked is that health and safety is misunderstood and seen as a cumbersome requirement filled with red tape and frustrations. We are here to guide and assist you through the health and safety pitfalls associated with hosting an event. There is no denying the benefits of a well-planned event. While the client and their guests are wowed by the sound, lighting, décor and food, your dream event wouldn’t be possible without the consideration of the safety aspects of your event. Below is Guide of what OHSA Consultant would look at before and during your event

  • Required permits from the City of Cape Town for the event
  • venue
  • pre-event planning
  • communications
  • road closure, restrictions and traffic control plan
  • environmental health, including food, waste disposal, noise and dust control
  • alcohol policies and control
  • emergency services policies
  • first aid
  • security and crowd control plan
  • hazards, including emergency plans, and fire safety
  • building and structure requirements
  • Health and safety Persons on site the day of the event

Fire Extinguisher supply and escape route plans