Onsite Safety Services
Short or Long-term Onsite Safety Service Assignments
Catamount Consulting understands your challenges, and we will provide experienced, high-quality construction and mining safety professionals for short or long-term onsite safety service assignments.
How we can help
Experienced professionals create
and deliver a safety culture.
Our managers and safety consultants have a variety of backgrounds and extensive levels of experience in construction site safety, as well as certifications and training abilities to be matched with your safety needs.
Abilities include, but not limited to:
- Qualified safety staffing for construction and mining sites
- Customized OSHA training and MSHA safety training
- Crane & rigging safety management
- Workplace violence and active threat training
- Expertise in a broad range of projects to ensure success and prevent accidents
Let us connect you with a site safety professional today.
Qualified safety staffing for construction and mining sites
Customized OSHA training and MSHA safety training
Safety & Compliance
OSHA, MSHA, DOT
How hard is it to instill a safety culture in a business and sustain it?
It all depends on how motivated the leadership team and hourly employees are engaged in the process. Working together will help ensure a thriving world-class safety culture in your organization.
Talk with us about your safety challenges. We can help.
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