Because employee health, cleanliness, and safety are foremost on your work environment list, we want to talk about what we mean when we tell you we are OSHA compliant. We find that adherence to these set practices provided by OSHA are essential to conducting our business in a secure and reliable nature.

We provide an OSHA certificate as necessary and comply with these codes everyday. We know it’s important to work in a space that prevents injuries and increases productivity.

Why Is OSHA Compliance Important?

What is OSHA?

OSHA is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the United States.

They provide guidelines to use in businesses like ours to supply satisfactory and safe working conditions. With rules to follow for hazardous materials, occupational noise, on the job equipment and more, you can be assured we provide a conducive work environment you can count on.

‘Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance.’

States and the federal government see to the implementation of the rules and guidelines within America. They provide this information to us in the form of protocol, training, and educational materials. 

How Does OSHA Affect Us

Following set policies around OSHA and our own business is what sets us apart in our industry. We provide written and established safety procedures for our staff and team members. We insist on safety measures in your place of business as well as in our own.

Following set standards and keeping these standards essential in our business means fewer injuries, illnesses, and incidences on the job. We stick to safety and health standards implemented by OSHA rules with tools that identify hazardous actions and build a program that is based on a healthy and safe environment.

We follow self-evaluation to implement a set checklist that will serve as a reminder for us and a guideline process in our everyday job. Auditing and reviewing our process on a regular basis also helps us stay on track and stay safe. 

We follow specific protocol and processes to assure we are prudent and reliable in our day to day projects. And, we aim for exemplary safety and health in our business. If something falls out of line, we approach it with methods to correct the hazards and put things back on track.

We like to make sure we demonstrate our established commitment to safety and good health while on the job. Our company provides training and we lead by example to implement hazard control, education, and solutions. 

How Does OSHA Affect You

By sticking to a set of specific rules and training, clients know that we provide the best environment for our people to do their job and do it well. We stick to a routine that ensures good health and safety on the job with less interruption or missed work. Not only does this safeguard our team, but it provides peace of mind to you. 

You can rest assured we have trained our staff to be safe in your workspace and business areas. Some of these areas can be extra delicate. Know that we have provided training for these types of workspaces or reviewed them with you so we are all in agreement with your processes and procedures. 

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The simple way to keep your office and business facility clean on a regular basis is to hire a professional team to come and clean your this space for you. Let us do the cleaning work for you in a safe and qualified manner.

Click here to learn more about our services for all your workplace cleaning needs. We also have a checklist you can look over when you are interviewing your new cleaning crew. Our professional cleaning staff is bonded, insured, and maintains OSHA compliance. We would be happy to clean it for you. Please contact us online or call us at 571.451.0441 for answers to your questions and to schedule your janitorial cleaning appointment today!

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