B & W Compliance Has Over 20 Years of Compliance Services!
B & W Compliance provides complete and continued health and safety services, including employee training for federal OSHA and CAL/OSHA regulations, which allows you to focus on the production and growth of your company. When it comes to health and safety, they have the industry experience and background to give you the peace of mind you need!
OSHA Compliance Services Provided:
On-site Health & Safety Training
As OSHA authorized trainers, we offer the annual, required training for Injury and Illness Prevention and Respiratory Protection Programs, as well as Emergency Action Plan, Hazard Communication Programs, and Blood Borne Pathogens. Continuing Education (CE) Units are provided to licensed dental practitioners in California.
OSHA Posters, Safety Signs and Labeling
Our service includes a complete set of employee posters as well as placement of any safety signs and chemical labeling needed for your facility to satisfy state and federal OSHA standards.
We take the guess-work out of OSHA compliance by doing a thorough inspection and analysis of your facility that is based on the specific codes and regulations for your specialized industry. After our inspection, we provide you with a complete report of findings including citing exact code violations and recommendations for implementation and/or correction.
Additional Services Provided:
Detailed inspection and hazard analysis
Injury and Illness Prevention Program – IIPP
Custom OSHA safety manuals and updates
On-site health and safety training
Chemical inventory, labeling, and SDS Manual
OSHA posters, safety signs and labeling
OSHA citation abatement and assistance
Respirator Fit Testing
Respirator fit testing for N95 respirators is an OSHA requirement for dentists, doctors, and anyone else who potentially comes into contact with Aerosol Transmissible Diseases through their work with patients and therefore must wear a respirator mask.
B&W Compliance also provides Quantitative Fit Testing, which is where a machine is used to determine the percentage of particulates able to come through any particular mask being worn for respiratory protection. The goal is to find a mask that properly fits well enough to prevent at least 90-95% of particulates, including most aerosol transmissible diseases such as COVID-19.
Those who get tested are certified and licensed for a year to be able to safely wear the mask that they were tested to use.
Get Your Staff Respirator Fit Tested & Receive a FREE Hazard Analysis! The hazard analysis includes CDC, CDA and ADA guidelines for re-entry protocol, as well as an extensive safety & health inspection citing OSHA codes.