YellowBird Manufacturing Safety Consultants

Manufacturing by nature comes with a variety of risks in the workplace. By creating and maintaining an environment where employees feel safe to complete their work without worrying about their physical and mental health, your employees will be more efficient. Employee training, good housekeeping, proper PPE and Machine Guarding will lead to a safe environment in the manufacturing industry.

YellowBird Professionals are available on demand for as little as a couple hours to as long as you need for all of your EHS Manufacturing needs. Our Professionals are trained in niche fields such as performing trainings, ergonomics assessments, risk assessments, and more while being familiar with OSHA regulations to keep you in compliance.

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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An ergonomics assessment consists of evaluating a worker at their workstation to ensure correct postures and a clean set-up, all recommendations made will reduce your employees’ risk to physical hazards.

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EHS for Manufacturing FAQs

EHS for Manufacturing refers to environmental hazards (both for your employees in their work environment and what your manufacturing and how it affects the environment), the health and well being of your employees, and how your safety plans and policies let your employees go home every night with the same amount of fingers and toes they came to work with. Employee training, good housekeeping, proper PPE and Machine Guarding will lead to a safe environment in the manufacturing industry.

Manufacturing risk assessments provide recommendations for minimizing, or in best case scenarios eliminating, hazards, risks, accidents, and near misses along with OSHA best practices for manufacturing.

Absolutely. Having someone on site familiar with the ins and outs of potential hazards and compliance violations will reduce your chances of having those issues.

There are many risks associated. From OSHA & EPA fines, to incidents (ex: severed limb), to fatalities, there are many hazards that require the trained eye of an EHS Professional to call out issues. In manufacturing, you also want to have consistent and routine training provided for employees to ensure they remain updated on new compliance regulations.