The Certified Safety Professional (CSP) designation is considered the ‘gold standard’ in safety certification. Through a vetting process of education, experience, and passing the comprehensive test, the CSP means high quality. A person holding the CSP is beholden to a code of ethics as well as continuing education.
For me, going through the work to get the CSP designation was a commitment to the front line worker, as well as managers and owners. The commitment is to provide customized solutions to complex issues. Being technically correct is important, but consensus building to assure worker acceptance and management commitment are imperative.
One of my primary roles as a safety professional is to provide options to employers on how to identify hazards and reduce risk. Through my Master's Degree in Toxicology I studied risk, how to quantify it and how to reduce its impact. By having the CSP designation I have the technical background to address high hazard, common workplace s
One of my primary roles as a safety professional is to provide options to employers on how to identify hazards and reduce risk. Through my Master's Degree in Toxicology I studied risk, how to quantify it and how to reduce its impact. By having the CSP designation I have the technical background to address high hazard, common workplace safety issues. My work is guided by my personal philosophy of being easy to work with.
Custom safety services provided on site by a Certified Safety Professional with over 25 years of experience. Services include full operation hazard assessments and OSHA applicability determination, written program development, training, accident investigation, and OSHA inspection/response assistance.
Conduct walk through audits to determine which OSHA programs apply to operations.
Upon assessment of the extent of the hazard and operations custom written programs are developed.
Custom training is developed based on audits and program development. Training includes hands on as applicable, including fire extinguisher hands on.
The workplace is inspected to determine compliance with written programs, or if changes/improvements to the program need to be made. Similarly accidents are investigated to determine root cause, contributing factors and preventative measures.
Serve on safety committees, assess new equipment for safety issues, participate in employee incentive programs.
American Heart Association CPR/AED and First Aid, Bloodborne Pathogens and Fire Extinguisher with hands on, HAZCOM, PPE, Respirators, Confined Spaces, Trenching, Cranes and Rigging, Forktruck and Aerial Lifts, Fall Protection, Lock Out Tag Out and Electrical Safety/Arc Flash, Ladders, Noise, HAZWOPER (awareness, operations, technician and refreshers), Asbestos Awareness and more!
Weinstein Safety Consulting can provide safety training to law enforcement as part of the MCOLES programs. Bloodborne Pathogens, HAZWOPER Awareness to Technician as well as respirators (gas masks) are relevant programs to law enforcement.
Weinstein Safety Consulting is an approved vendor to the State of Michigan
Weinstein Safety Consulting, participates in Safety for Nonprofits. Do you work at a nonprofit that needs a safety professional? Contact us to see what we can do!