ChemPlan loss control consultants are strategically located throughout the United States. Their main focus is to conduct hazard evaluations, assess each risk’s exposures and controls, conduct loss analysis, determine the root cause of the losses and recommend the necessary corrective actions required to prevent loss recurrence.
Our consultants can provide job training, compose safety programs, conduct safety seminars and meet your risk improvement needs through:
ChemPlan has assembled a wealth of valuable Loss Control and Safety information. These resources are available to our customers through the Customer Login
The resources include articles, templates, safety handouts, PowerPoint trainings, quizzes and much more. These resources can be downloaded and customized for your individual use. The resources are grouped according to insurance coverages. To view a sample listing of these materials please click on a screenshot below:
Emergency Plan Template – Introduction and Element
A template for developing an emergency response plan for your facility.
Emergency Planning – Management Considerations
Guidelines on emergency management considerations for an emergency response plan.
Emergency Planning Guide for Tornadoes
A guidance document for developing a response plan for tornadoes.
Emergency Planning Guidelines
Guidance on planning and developing an emergency response plan.
Process Safety and Risk Management Plan Training
OSHA and EPA have similar regulations that govern highly hazardous chemicals. 051-IA’s Process Safety Management requirements address the safety of the workers at covered facilities. EPA’s Risk Management Plan attempts to coordinate the efforts of the communities that surround facilities.
Spill Prevention and Control Training
Are your employees trained in the basic techniques and control measures for small spills that require minimal personal protective equipment?
A significant number of vehicle accidents are caused by driver fatigue. Do you know the different between physical and mental fatigue? Use this training session to recognize this important cause of accidents.
Drug & Alcohol Awareness Training
An essential part of maintaining a safe work environment is training all employees to recognize the signs of drug & alcohol abuse.
Fleet Safety Manual Template
Do you have written policies and procedures for your drivers who transport chemicals? Are they included in one document that is provided and reviewed with your drivers?
Glovebox Accident Documentation Form
What is the basic information that should be recorded when you are involved in an auto accident?
Overview of DOT Regulations
Do you really understand the different labeling and placarding requirements, or hazardous waste shipping requirements. This training session will provided a good overview of the DOT Regulations.
Confined Space Entry
Confined space entry procedures should be followed whenver entry into a permit required space is required. Learn what is a permit required confined space and the proper procedures to follow to ensure worker safety.
Disaster Recovery Planning
When a disaster strikes, your business needs to be prepared to ensure you can continue operations to meet your customers needs. These tools will assist business owners prepare for those emergencies.
Fire Extinguisher Training
Everyone knows they should perform fire extinguisher training every year; however, something always seems to come. Here are the easy to use tools you need to provide this important training.
Forklift Safety Training
OSHA requires that forklift operators receive training and be certified to operate forklifts. Use these training resources to meet these requirements.
Hotwork and Welding Safety
Whenever there is welding, grinding, or other hotwork being performed in a facility, a formal hotwork procedure should be followed. Use these tools to ensure your staff is aware of the hazards and the necessary controls to safely perform hotwork operations.
One of the most important safety procedures that should be practiced at all facilities is the control of hazardous energy. Performing Lockout/Tagout prevents needless injuries to employees. Use these tools to train your workers on the finer points of Lockout/Tagout.
Accident Investigation Training
Performing job hazard assessments, instituting administrative and engineering controls, conducting investigations, providing employee training, and taking corrective actions are all part of an effective Accident Investigation Program.
Back Safety Training
Behavior- Based Safety
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure and Control Plan
Hazard Communication Training
031-IA requires that employers communicate to employees the hazards of the chemicals present in the work place.
Everyone knows that safety is something that is continuous and always ongoing. It is tough to come up with new ways to keep safety on the minds of your employees. Use these fun word search puzzles and safety bullets to do just that.
Electrical Safety Training
Do your employees perform minor electrical work at your facility? Are they familiar with electrical hazards? Some of the topics in this training include energized and de-energized parts, overhead lines, use of Lockout Tagout procedures, use of ladders, and protective equipment.
First Aid & Medical Services Training
We all know that accidents will happen, Are your employees training to provide the basic first aid needed? Are the proper supplies and safety resources available to address injuries and job hazards?
Propane Safety Training
Practically everyone is familiar with propane through gas grills. For facilities it is most often used to power forklifts. Because of this perceived familiarity, propane is often overlook when it comes to practicing safe handling and storage of this compressed gas.
Safe Chemical Handling
Make sure your employees understand the health effects and personal protective equipment to safely handle chemicals, how to read labels and Material Safety Data Sheets, and special storage requirements.
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