Riskwise Safety Consulting, LLC is a loss control and injury management company offering safety consulting, safety education and safety products to prevent injuries and reduce operating costs for employers.
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I want you to know that of all the outside vendors we use, I would rate your company the best.
Chris Conti and his staff at Risk Wise have done a miraculous job for us. No one could keep step with our needs but for Chris and his folks. I personally can’t say enough about Chris and the relationship we have. Ya’ll knocked it out of the park. Because of your efforts we are in Exxon Beaumont today doing work. I can’t thank ya’ll enough. The level of professionalism in unsurpassed. The way ya’ll have taken care of us was fantastic.
Glad to have someone assisting with ISN. RiskWise have become an extension of IKON.
As always, Ricky is spot on and makes great presentations keeping all attendees attention and the subject very understandable.
Thanks again for the presentation. It was very informative and was one of the better presentations we’ve had.
We definitely appreciate all of you at RiskWise for your professionalism; extensive knowledge of all of the safety issues, regulations, and solutions; and, critically, your patience as we attempt to change the culture of all three companies from reactive/production-first to pro-active/safety-first.
Although the time you spent here was brief, we gained a greater amount of information and guidance during your visit than from any other safety assessment than we have ever experienced. All of us at Houston Ship Repair look forward to another visit by RiskWise so that we can continue to learn to work safer and with more efficiency.
After we had utilized the safety services of RiskWise, we dropped our membership in the National Roofing Association program.We realized the RiskWise products and services were more comprehensive, yet simpler to implement.
Greg Fischer, Jr.
OSHA’s standard establishes minimum performance requirements for controlling hazardous energy. The standard specifies that employers must establish an energy-control program to ensure that employees isolate machines from their energy sources and render them inoperative before any employee services or maintains them. As part of an energy-control program, employers must: Establish energy-control procedures for removing the energySeptember 11, 2018
Safety & Health Magazine – Groups petition OSHA to issue heat stress standard; Congresswoman to sponsor bill
*Photo Credit – Photo: Public Citizen Beat the Heat campaign Washington — More than 130 organizations and 90 individuals are petitioning OSHA to issue regulations aimed at protecting workers against heat stress. The petition, addressed to acting OSHA leader Loren Sweatt, is part of a national campaign led by advocacy groups Public Citizen, United FarmJuly 31, 2018
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) will now require employers to report their injury and illness date to OSHA. Analysis of this data will enable OSHA to use its enforcement and compliance assistance resources more efficiently. OSHA believes that public disclosure will encourage employers to improve workplace safety and provide valuable information to workers,June 30, 2018