OSHA Compliance

Whenever there are hazards present, OSHA requires employers to demonstrate that their employees do not have unreasonable exposure. Some of these exposures can be addressed by exposure monitoring as discussed under NEAs.

Onsite Visits

Some hazards require an on-site visit to determine proper handling. ETC is often contracted to conduct “mock” OSHA audits of both construction sites and/or workplaces. When conducting these reviews, ETC looks for potential hazards that OSHA might cite, including:

  • Documentations and Training
  • Competent Person Review
  • Job Safety Analysis Documentation
  • Fall Hazards
  • Equipment Violations
  • Personnel Protective Equipment
  • Confined Space Issues
  • HAZCOM Violations
  • Electrical Concerns
  • Fire Safety
  • Equipment Violations


ETC identifies and quantifies environmental issues, liabilities, and costs associated with projects in order to lead our clients to better business decisions.