Who are we? We're Safety Consulting & Compliance Corp. Founded in 2011 by retired USAF Chief Master Sergeant - Master Safety Craftsmen, Greg Perricone, we are a Veteran-Owned Small Business Specializing in Workplace Safety. Since then, we have grown our company into the robust organization, able to handle jobs large and small, while maintaining our family feel. We care about our clients, employees, and community.
Who do we serve? General Contractors, Specialty Subcontractors, Specialty Manufacturers, Transportation Companies, Property & Casualty Insurance Carriers, Managing General Agencies (MGA), Managing General Underwriters (MGU), Risk Managers and local Insurance Broker/Agencies.
Why chose Safety Consulting and Compliance Corp? We help our customers save time and money through delivery of high quality, technically accurate on-time safety services and training such as:
What kinds of documentation do our clients need?
How DO we do it? We combine over 30-years of world-wide safety experience with our broad knowledge of OSHA's safety standards, State and Local Laws, National Consensus Standards (ANSI), and National Safety Council information to provide our clients with advice, guidance and support. While our focus is narrowly on workplace safety, our expertise is broad and well-rounded.
How may we help you?
Many of our customers rely on us to provide them with part-time and full-time site safety. Whether you need a Contractor Safety Engineer (CSE), Contractor Safety Supervisor (CSS), Site Safety Representative (SSR), NYC Site Safety Manager (SSM), know that SCC can fulfill your needs with well-qualified personnel.
Our customers depend on us to provide them with OSHA standards-based safety inspections. Knowing that no two companies are alike and no two projects have the same exposure to risk of hazards, means that having OSHA standards-based safety inspections provides clarity when it is uncertain whether your site complies or not. For these reasons, and more OSHA-standards based safety inspections ensure employees are accountable for workplace safety.
We provide OSHA 10 & 30-hour Construction Outreach Training Classes for clients who have a need to continually update their workforce. Adhering to OSHA's strick guidelines, OSHA 10-hour classes are 2-days in duration, and require 100% attendance. OSHA 30-hour classes are 4-days in duration, and also require 100% attendance. Price proposals are based on location desired. All students receive workbooks and OSHA Cards.
What is a New York State Industrial Code Rule 59?
The New York State Industrial Code Rule 59 (ICR-59), is New York States Mandatory Workplace Safety and Loss Prevention Program. The purpose of the program is to reduce workers’ injuries and illnesses by improving workplace safety. Companies notified by letter from the New York State Compensation Insurance Rating Board (NYCIRB) are required to participate. If you received that letter, call us.
Long before OSHA shows up, you need to have the right answers and that means having the right paperwork and training. When OSHA does show up, you need someone who can help you answer their questions and prepare you for the next steps, including conferences. Let us prepare you for what's coming and afterwards what to do.
We offer customers site-specific health and safety plans to address their concerns for project safety. Whether it's driven by specifications, regulations or the desire of the property owner, all of our site-specific safety plans share certain traits; full table of contents with pages for each topic, well-defined policies and procedures, inspection and record keeping forms that are specific to the customers needs. Accountability that speaks to the contractors needs and always fully compliant with OSHA requirements.
The New York State Industrial Code Rule (ICR) 60 is a workers compensation discount program for New York State employers who voluntarily start and maintain up to three very specific safety programs. Once evaluated and approved, employers can receive up to 10% incentive discount the first of three years. Afterwards the incentive is reduced to 6% annually thereafter, when certain conditions are met. Want to find out if you qualify? Call us!
When a customer needs to demonstrate to their client or a government entity, that they are accountable for safety, they ask for our Certified Safety Professional (CSP) safety inspection. Developed with attention to facts, these inspections capture the circumstances surrounding an event, account for each persons involvement and describe in a non-technical manner how conditions evolved or events unfolded. Always accompanied by high definition photographs depicting conditions found during the inspection and conditions corrected as applicable, these inspections are the apex of accountability. Haven written hundreds of these, we have succesfully demonstrated in writing whether or not persons or equipment, processes or procedures met or failed to meet specific OSHA standards and relevant consensus standards. Each inspection is accompanied by detailed standards based recommendations.
Sponsored by the National Safety Council our first aid, Cardio-pulmonary Rescuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator Trainings can be held at you facilities anywhere in the country. Our Basic Life Support Instructor has more than 30-years of emergency medical service experience having saved countless lives with his training and expertise. Let us show you how you can save a life.
Our customers rely on us to provide factual, technically accurate consultations to address their safety concerns. We advise on creating and developing policies and procedures to establish a framework of controls. Our safety consultations reduce exposure to workplace hazards, and the mechanisms that trigger unsafe conditions and behaviors.
We provide workplace electrical safety programs that meet the stringent requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) standard No. 70E. This particular consensus standard establishes the requirements for qualified and unqualified workers who must work in proximity to energized and un-energized conductors. Created at the request of OSHA some 40-years ago, this is the standard in safety for electrical work. We combine our extensive experience as instructors and inspectors of electrical workers to provide custom comprehensive workplace electrical safety plans that protect all workers.