Safety Services

After nearly 20 years in the business of hazard prevention, recognition, and remediation, Haz-Matters is naturally safety oriented and has professionals to provide safety consulting, training, equipment, and services.

Safety Personnel and Managers

Need a DOT certified on-site consultant, an on-site safety consultant, on-site gas or hazard monitoring, a confined space rescue team, etc….Haz-Matters can respond and provide the necessary safety personnel for your team or project. We have properly trained personnel and necessary equipment to provide the safety for human life and property.

Safety Trailer

Haz-Matters  provides a safety trailer, manned by professionals, with all the necessary equipment to provide your company with on-site professional safety protection and consulting. Whether you’re drilling or maintaining oil or gas wells (especially with hydrogen sulfide), entering or dealing with confined spaces, welding or grinding in hazardous areas, or cleaning treaters or other potentially dangerous environments safety has to be the number 1 concern, so why not hire a professional to provide safety services for you with all the necessary equipment.

Safety & Health, OSHA Compliance​

Haz-Matters will help you create a safe and healthy working environment, which will save you time, unnecessary risk and money.  Some members of the legal community have discovered a growth industry in regulatory lawsuits–and the subsequent multi-million dollar fines and lawsuits.

​Haz-Matters, Inc. began providing employee safety training and services in 1994. ​Haz-Matters has branched out to provide comprehensive Safety and Health services to employees. We offer pre-hiring techniques, customized employee training, documented program elements, and compliance assessments.

​Haz-Matters of Wyoming is able to help you provide a workplace free from recognized hazards. Clients are able to choose from a variety of services to create a customized Safety and Health program. Whether you have 10 or 1000 employees, ​Haz-Matters of Wyoming will be there to help you.

Hazard Communication Program

If your employees are, or may be, exposed to hazardous chemicals in their workplaces, you must develop a written hazard communication program. This program must be implemented and maintained at every facility where your employees work. Even if the hazard is generated by another employer at the same work location, and not by you, the written program requirement applies. This Haz-Com program provides the employees the information they need to protect themselves as required by OSHA. This program must:

1) Provide an up-to-date list of hazardous materials at your job site.

2) Furnish a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each hazardous material in your workplace.

3) Spell out how your employer complies with labeling requirements for hazardous chemicals, MSDS requirements, and employee training requirements.

4) Document how to let employees know about the hazards of non-routine tasks, and the hazards associated with chemicals in unlabeled pipes in the work area.

5) Explain how to inform contract employees of hazards they may be exposed to at their workplace.

This written program includes procedures you use to meet labeling, training and information, and MSDS requirements. It is the first place an OSHA inspector will look, to see if you have addressed all required aspects of hazcom standard.

​SOUND LIKE A LOT– ​Haz-Matters can assist you in meeting these requirements and implementing them into your company programs. We can write the program specific to your company, include all the requirements of OSHA, assist in gathering and organizing MSDSs and container labeling, and provide and meet the employee training requirements.

Who Needs Haz-Matters?

Any business that handles or stores hazardous materials, as defined by the Occupational Safety & Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Department of Transportation (DOT), must be in compliance with strict federal regulations. Penalties – including heavy fines and potential law-suits are severe for businesses which are not in compliance.

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