Custom Safety Environmental
Management Systems
No Project is too large,
or too small.
Focus Safety provides exactly what companies need.
Nothing more!
Quality Control and Assurance
SEMS Compliance
DOT Expectations
Operator Qualifications
Project Management
Web Based Safety Management
Consulting Services
  • Design and Development of Integrated HSE Management Systems
  • Incident Investigation
  • Management of Change System Design
  • Mechanical Integrity Program Development
  • Regulatory Compliance Audits
  • HSE Training Programs and Compliance Assurance
  • Behavioral Based Safety Process Design
Auditing & Risk Assessment
Focus Safety Services provides assistance in determining and gauging potential adverse effects of environmental, cultural, chemical, microbiological, and physical heath and safety hazards. Based on these evaluations, our team generates a comprehensive report with cost-effective recommendations that will ensure safety compliance as required by the government and large owner clients.
Our risk assessment and audit services include:
  1. Complete Facility Inspection to ensure compliance with all pertinent governing regulations
  2. Evaluation of the probability and potential consequence of HSE hazards
  3. Development of an inspection and maintenance program to ensure your company remains in compliance
  4. Assessment of Mechanical Integrity and Development of Mechanical Integrity Program
SEMS Implementation & Maintenance
(Safety Environmental Management Systems)
Focus Safety offers assistance in the
and maintenance of the following:
  • SEMS Program Development, Implementation, and Maintenance
  • Production of Corporate SEMS Documentation
  • Environmental Management Plan Development
  • Job Safety Analysis Program Development
  • Behavioral Based Safety Process Development
  • Management of Change Process Development
  • Standard Operating Procedures Development
  • Prepare Safe Work Practices Plan
  • Mechanical Integrity Program Development
  • Employee Training Program Development
  • Emergency Action Plan Development
  • Incident Investigation Process Development
  • Internal Audit Program
  • Company Safety Program Development
  • Recordkeeping and Documentation Development
  • Employee Safety and Regulatory Training
  • Web-Based Safety Management including ISNetworld,PEC Premier, PICS Auditing, and BROWZ
Ask about our site maintenance service.
Employee Safety & Regulatory Training
Focus Safety offers a wide variety of employee safety and regulatory training to fit our client needs.
These programs include but are not limited to:
  • OSHA 10 Training
  • New Hire Orientation
  • Back Injury Prevention
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Drug & Alcohol Awareness
  • Electrical Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Prevention
  • Hand & Portable Power Tools
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Industry Safety Practices
  • Lockout & Tagout
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Welding, Cutting & Hot Work
  • Abrasive Blasting & Painting
  • Boom Truck Operator Safety
  • Compressed Gases
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Defensive Driving
  • DOT Driver Training
  • The Human Connection
  • Environmental Awareness
  • Fall Hazard
  • Forklift Safety
  • Hazard Identification
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
  • Journey Management
  • Medic First Aid
  • Offshore Crane Safety
  • Overhead Crane Safety
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Rigger Safety
  • Scaffolding Safety
  • Trenching & Shoring


“Making a safer work environment for all employees should be the goal for every business. Promoting safe behaviors and teaching safe work practices are the only ways businesses can make the safest working environments.”

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Industry News
OSHA issues 2014 Inspection Plan to reduce injuries at high-hazard workplaces.
  • The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has issued its annual inspection plan under the Site-Specific Targeting 2014* program to direct enforcement resources to workplaces where the highest rates of injuries and illnesses occur. The SST program is one of OSHA’s main programmed inspection plans for high-hazard, non-construction workplaces that have 20 or more workers. The SST plan is based on data collected from a survey of 80,000 establishments in high-hazard industries.
  • “By focusing our inspection resources on employers in high hazard industries who endanger their employees, we can prevent injuries and illnesses and save lives,” said Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, Dr. David Michaels.
  • To read more on the SST-14 Inspection Plan, read OSHA’s News Release.

Proposed rule issued to extend compliance date for crane operator certification requirements.
  • On August 9, 2010, OSHA issued a final standard establishing requirements for cranes and derricks used in construction work. The standard requires employers to ensure that crane operators are certified by November 10, 2014. Until that date, employers also have added duties under the standard to ensure that crane operators are trained and competent to operate the crane safely. The Agency is proposing to extend the deadline for operator certification by three years to November 10, 2017, and to extend the existing employer duties for the same period.
  • For a more in depth look at the proposed rule, see the proposal published by OSHA.

Transitioning to the OSHA Globally Harmonized System: Is your company prepared?
  • In 2012 OSHA issued one of the most significant regulatory changes to affect workplace health and safety practices in years. The Hazard Communication Standard Final Rule (HCS 2012) is expected to impact over 5 million workplaces and 40 million workers in the US alone.
  • The need for reform in HazCom regulations became clear as violations of the HCS made their way to the top ten lists of OSHA violations every year. To fulfill this need for change, OSHA built on the existing HCS by adopting the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
  • As we pass the first milestone of implementing the new system, is your company taking the necessary steps to ensure compliance?
  • For more information on the Globally Harmonized System, including deadlines, visit ISNetworld’s ISN Insider to view the full article.

Cleargistix Partners with Focus Safety Services
Cleargistix LLC announced that it has agreed to a strategic partnership with Focus Safety Services, LLC of Lafayette, La. The agreement helps to broaden each company’s offering for safety and solutions in the oil and gas services field.
“We at have a stringent process of vetting opportunities for strategic partnerships, but this decision was easy for us,” said Cleargistix VP of Sales & Marketing Casey Richie. “We hear by the dozens that oil and gas service companies are looking to improve the efficiency and safety of their operation, but usually can only do one or the other.

NASA brought in to advise on reducing offshore drilling risk

The commonalities between roughnecks and astronauts sounds like the beginning of a bad joke. But the government’s offshore drilling inspector, the Bureau of of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, announced Thursday that NASA has agreed to advise them on reducing the risk of accidents. “Both BSEE and NASA work in harsh and uncompromising environments, relying on cutting edge technology to go deeper and further than previously thought possible,” BSEE Director Brian Salerno explained in a statement. Last week the offshore drilling bureau was taken to task for not doing enough to improve safety on drilling rigs following 2010’s Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The Government Accountability Office said it still followed many of the same protocols on investigating incidents as it did in 2010. In NASA, the bureau has found itself a partner with a long history studying risk and reward. The aerospace agency, which trains astronauts and runs missions from the Johnson Space Center in Houston, employs a quantitative risk modelling technique that it uses on the likes of the Orion deep space program. “Whether the task takes one to deep space, or into the deep ocean, the analysis of the environment, training of personnel and risk mitigation factors are similar,” Jack James, technology transfer strategist at the Johnson Space Center, said in a statement.

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