Safety Professional Services
Safety managers, safety planners, safety auditors are professional, certified safety personnel with years of practical field experience. Carefully screened and vetted through our hiring process and trained in-house to our unmatched standards. We can manage, plan, build, implement and audit your project safety.
Safety attendants are specifically trained in how to properly execute and manage safety-related duties at the work site to which they are assigned. They review the permit and fill out a detailed job hazard analysis that includes all critical information, permit data, PPE requirements, communication details, emergency plans, etc. Additionally, our safety attendants are uniquely trained and charged with identifying, mitigating and reporting all potential safety hazards.
- Confined Space Entry
- Fire Watch
- Bottle Watch
Maximizing productivity and eliminating waste are key parts of keeping project costs to a minimum. Safety attendants are cross-trained in one or more general labor functions often needed at the plant. When attendants are not assigned a safety specific task, they are utilized as general laborers where needed. Listed below are some of the labor tasks provided by CertifiedSafety.
- Unit Cleanup / Housekeeping
- Water/Ice – Management & Distribution
- Waste/Trash – Management & Segregation Forklift Operation
- Traffic Control/Flagging
- TWIC Escorts
Operations support personnel are tasked with assisting the plant operations team to safely expedite the process of bringing down the units and turning them over to the maintenance team to ensure work can begin on schedule.
- Permit Writing / Permit Expediting
- Operator assistants – (Oil Out / Oil In Labor Support) Turning Valves / Watching Sight Glasses / Draining
Equipment / Helping with Temporary Hoses and Pipes etc.)
Turnaround Execution Coordinators and Planners
Coordinators have 15 years or more of petrochemical experience in the safe performance of mechanical project work. They work directly with plant personnel to perform assigned duties such as overseeing specific portions of the work scope or blocks of work for the plant. They augment the owner’s ability to ensure that all work can be according to the project’s plan, procedures and objectives. They coordinate with the plant and with the contractors to identify and remove obstacles to help get work completed safely and on schedule. Listed below are some specific skill sets and task descriptions CertifiedSafety coordinators bring to the field.
- Planning / Scheduling – P6
- Discovery Work Management
- Productivity Tracking
- QA / QC
- Logistics / Warehouse
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