Conduct thirty three (33) safety and health inspections in buildings to include schools, offices and activity centers. During the inspections unsafe and unhealthy work practices were identified and abatement recommendations were made and implemented which prevented employees from being injured or becoming ill in the workplace.
Create site specific safety and health programs to ensure work environment was conducive for productivity. The site specific safety programs informed employees of hazards which were likely to occur in the workplace and how to identify them and how to avoid creating them in their workplaces. The safety programs also informed employees of evacuation routes from the buildings regarding to a natural emergency or a manmade emergency.
Conduct ADA compliance assessments on all buildings. These assessments were to ensure that people with disabilities would be able to access the building with little to no difficulty. I ensured that ramps, signage, railings, bathrooms & stalls, aisles, doorways, fountains, access buttons and parking accommodations measurements were in compliance with ADA requirements.
Train employees on hazardous chemicals and hazard recognition/prevention in the workplace. Employees were informed as to what the chemicals used in their buildings were made up of, how to use said chemicals, how to protect themselves from over-exposure, how to effectively clean up large spills of hazardous chemicals and how to read material safety data sheets (MSDS).
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