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OSHA Audits, Inspections and Training

KPA OSHA Safety Compliance Services Suite includes on-site compliance visits, 24x7 online reports, health and safety training, loss prevention, and on-call availability.

Managing safety compliance with OSHA is a critical, complex task. For over 25 years, KPA has specialized in OSHA safety solutions, serving over 5,200 dealerships and auto service centers across the US. Our expert Risk Management consultants help you avoid OSHA citations, develop a comprehensive safety program, and reduce losses. KPA’s Environmental Health & Safety Compliance Program includes:

  • Onsite OSHA inspections: Quarterly, biannually, or annually
  • OSHA safety program development
  • Regular safety committee meetings
  • Online reporting and incident management
  • Onsite and online OSHA safety training
  • Loss prevention and accident management
  • On-call availability, particularly during an OSHA inspection

KPA’s Optional OSHA compliance suite includes Respiratory Protection Program & Training.

To hear real stories of OSHA safety audits from the field, watch our free recorded webinar.

To learn more about KPA Environmental Health & Safety programs, view the overview sheet here.


Onsite Safety Inspections / Facility Compliance Evaluation

You’re responsible for knowing what hazards exist in your facility and for following federal and state OSHA standards to ensure the safety and health of your workers. KPA’s onsite safety inspections make it easier to do this, and they help reduce losses.

How it works

A KPA safety engineer spends about 90 minutes visiting all areas of your facility and checking its compliance status with respect to OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other regulations. This can be done quarterly, biannually, or annually. The engineer documents issues using a handheld device that feeds directly into KPA’s Environment & Safety Software, which generates awareness of the hazards in your facility and facilitates their timely correction.

OSHA Safety Program Development

Sadly, safety is not always a common sense issue. You have to ensure proper procedures are being followed, which means you need to determine what those procedures are, write them down, and communicate them to your employees. KPA can help you do this by developing a safety management program that meets OSHA requirements and your facility’s specific needs.

What We Do:

  • Complete a written workplace hazard assessment, which determines what personal protective equipment you must supply to employees.
  • Review and revise existing written programs and write new custom programs, including Emergency Response, Injury and Illness Prevention (IIPP), and Hazard Communication.
  • Help get your senior-level leadership involved in the safety process.
  • Perform recurring safety inspections.
  • Hold recurring safety committee meetings, with leadership, to agree on resolution to safety issues, delegate the action to someone specific, and communicate it to all employees.
  • Develop a process for thoroughly investigating accidents and injuries.
  • Provide quality training, including Hazard Communication, Emergency Response, Personal Protective Equipment, and Forklift Operation.
  • Document all safety program activities, including Safety Data Sheets, chemical inventory, training, inspections, meetings, and your hazard assessment. Keep records in your yellow box and KPA’s Environment & Safety Software.

Optional Services: Respiratory Protection

If your facility has a paint or body shop, you’re required to provide proper respiratory protection to your employees. If your facility isn't complying, you expose your business to strict enforcement action and potentially heavy fines, as well as liability claims from those who fear health damage from excessive exposure to hazardous contaminants.
KPA can help develop an OSHA-compliant respiratory program, including:

  • An updated, written Respiratory Protection Program
  • Determination of adequate and properly certified respiratory protection based on the workplace hazard(s)
  • Employee training on proper respirator use and maintenance
  • Fit testing to ensure employees are protected from airborne contaminants
  • Medical evaluations for all employees who wear respiratory protection
  • Mandatory records