OSHA Safety Consulting Services – Brentwood TN
Safety Consultants USA is an OSHA Safety Training & OSHA consulting company headquartered in Atlanta, GA. Safety Consultants USA provides workplace OSHA safety consulting to the construction and manufacturing industries as well as many other general industry environments including power, oil & gas, environmental, sanitation, grocers, retail and quasi-public corporations. OSHA training courses are offered at our training center in Roswell, GA, at your facility, or in the field. Safety Consultants USA’s consultants will assist you in the development and implementation of your written OSHA safety & health program.
We provide the following services:
OSHA Safety Consulting / Outsourcing — Safety Consultants USA provides Health and Safety consulting services for small, medium and Fortune 500 companies. Let us manage all or part of your safety program. Our services include providing safety documentation, physical site audits, safety training, safety staffing and program management.
Employee OSHA Safety Training — Safety Consultants USA provides a wide variety of safety and health training to meet our clients needs. Our instructors are experienced OSHA outreach trainers. Training is available at our training facility or yours. See our “Safety Training” page for more information.
Facility & Construction Site Audits — Performing routine comprehensive site safety assessments and implementing corrective measures will greatly decrease losses from worker injuries and associated costs including lawsuits. In addition, it will ensure your business is compliant with governmental laws.
Written Safety & Health Programs — Allow one of our professionals to help you with your written safety and health program needs. We can improve and/or update the program you currently have in place or write a new program to meet your company needs.
DOT / Fleet Safety Programs — Safety Consultants USA offers many regulatory compliance and consulting services tailored to meet individual DOT/ fleet safety needs. It is our flexibility that makes us easy to work with. Our staff is experienced in the transportation industry, so we can address your needs from your perspective.
OSHA Citation Defense — If you have been cited by OSHA and need help, please call Safety Consultants USA today! Our safety professionals can help negotiate a settlement or fight your citation in court. We offer free phone consultations regarding your OSHA citation at 1-866-506-4060.
WC Claims Management — By outsourcing your claims management to Safety Consultants USA you will reduce unexpected losses by aggressively managing each claim. We will ensure productive employees return to work sooner, eliminate fraud and reduce the chances of lawsuits.
No matter the size of your organization, Safety Consultants USA can help deliver the safety services your company needs. A Safety Consultants USA consultant is standing by to provide a quote on your next project by calling toll free 877-723-7622.
Safety Consultants USA Location at Tennessee
Safety Consultants USA
315 Deaderick Street
Phone: (615) 806-8366
Fax: (615) 806-8367
Safety Consulting for Construction
Safety Consulting for Manufacturing
Brentwood is a city in Williamson County, Tennessee, United States. The population was 45,373 as of the 2020 United States census. It is a suburb of Nashville and included in the Nashville metropolitan area.
Successive cultures of prehistoric Native Americans occupied this area for thousands of years. In the first millennium of the Common Era (CE), Mississippian culture people, known locally as the Mound Indians or Stone Box Indians, built complex earthwork mounds topped with ceremonial buildings. Their settlement was part of a culture that throughout the Mississippi Valley and its major tributaries, and traded with other groups across the continent.
Artifacts and mounds of the Mississippian culture have been found during development in the Meadowlake subdivision, and at the library site on Concord Road. Primm Historic Park contains and preserves the largest of the earthwork mounds, which is still visible today. By 1300 these people had largely abandoned this settlement; archeologists have struggled to determine the reasons. There may have been epidemic disease, environmental problems, or warfare with other tribes.