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We’ll conduct a facility or project audit of on-going operations to reveal specific strengths and deficiencies and the operational capability to comply with applicable federal, state, and local occupational health and safety regulations.

The audit will offer recommendations to improve existing and potentially hazardous conditions and work practices.

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    Massachusetts law now provides public sector workplaces with the same safety and health protection as private industry workers. On March 9, 2018 House Bill 3952, An Act to Further Define Standards of Employee Safety that amends M.G.L. chapter 149 §6 ½ was enacted. The law updates and clarifies employee safety requirements in public sector workplaces, and is enforced by the Department of Labor Standards (DLS). This law is effective February 1, 2019

    The law defines a public sector workplace to include counties, municipalities, all state agencies, quasi-public independent entities, courts, bureaus, commissions, divisions or authorities of the commonwealth, political subdivisions, and public colleges and universities.

    The law requires all public sector employers to implement methods of reducing work-related injury and illness that meet the minimum requirements provided under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.

    Download highlights of the Massachusetts law here:

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    Why you should use a 3rd party safety audit:

    Knowledge and Validation

    Third party audit companies have the benefit of having conducted audits in multiple environments and are able to share best practices that can strengthen individual programs, industry-wide knowledge held by third party provider can serve to validate existing programs and provide recommendations for growth or change when deemed necessary


    Third party auditors are able to come in and provide a completely neutral assessment and review of a company’s systems and processes without the natural familiarity that occurs over time with regular staff and day-to-day routines

    Result Accuracy

    Due to objective positioning the results of a third party audit provide a more accurate review of what is occurring within multiple environments of a company in regards to safety practices

    Lower Business Impact

    Audits conducted internally can be taxing on time and labor resources and take away from overall business function, however a third party auditor is able to enter a location for the sole purpose of conducting an audit and conduct the audit and interviews in a timely and efficient manner without interrupting the efficiency of the company

    Our senior consultants and instructional staff are qualified and experienced in creating occupational safety and health management solutions.

    United Alliance Services Corporation provides occupational safety and health management services throughout the Northeast. We help our clients achieve a safer work environment, which typically results in a healthier bottom-line profit. We believe that companies who properly manage and budget their worker’s safety and health, are positioned to operate more efficiently and and become more profitable.

    United Alliance can help your company or organization develop, implement, and maintain a safety and health program that meets and exceeds OSHA safety requirements and in most cases is much more cost effective than managing the personnel and process internally.