YellowBird Logistics Consultants

The logistics industry deals with storage and transportation for many dangerous raw materials as well as finished products. Safety is of utmost importance when dealing with chemical materials to ensure the protection of people, the product, and the environment.

Ranging from proactive training programs and safety audits to reactive incident investigations and more, the logistics industry has a wide range of EHS Needs. Taking action to make your employees’ health and well being a top priority will help minimize incidents.

Risk Assessment

By completing a Risk Assessment, our Professionals will provide a detailed report on recommendations for minimizing, or in best case scenarios eliminating, hazards, risks, accidents, and near misses along with OSHA best practices for manufacturing.

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Forklift training will consist of classroom instruction (lecture, discussion, etc), followed by understanding demonstrated by the trainees and finishing with an evaluation of the forklift operation completed by the trainee.

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A Mock OSHA Inspection helps you identify workplace safety and health hazards that need remedying to make sure your company follows OSHA's rules and regulations.

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The science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause workers' injury or illness is extremely important for worker health. Industrial Hygienists can help with Risk Assessment, noise monitoring, asbestos testing, lead testing, PPE, Ergonomics and more!

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EHS for Logistics FAQs

Logistics can be a dangerous industry due to the potentially hazardous materials being stored and transported. Risk assessments, fall protection training, confined space training, safety plans, maintenance of existing equipment, and more all contribute to a successful warehouse.

This audit will include an on site visit followed by a detailed report on recommendations for minimizing, or in best case scenarios eliminating, hazards and risks in your warehouse.

Depending on the size, you may not need a full time EHS employee. However it’s imperative that you have an EHS Professional on site often to review current safety practices and ensure they are in compliance and appropriate for your warehouse operations.

EHS Professionals can call out hazards that otherwise may have been missed. By continually maintaining EHS as a top priority, you minimize the amount of potential incidents and fatalities that occur.