Your safety program is a proactive and continuous process involving a collaborative effort from safety professionals, management and employees to create and maintain a safe working environment. Auditing your existing safety program is the first step to ensuring your company uses the most up-to-date safety standards. Arizona MEP can audit your safety program and, where gaps exist, suggest and help implement cost-effective solutions to maintain a safety-first workplace.


You can keep your safety program up to date by reevaluating it after these events occur.

  • After accidents, near-miss, or significant safety incidents: Evaluate the safety program to understand what went wrong and how similar incidents can be prevented.
  • Regulatory changes: When state or federal safety regulations or industry standards change, so should your safety program.
  • New equipment or processes: When new machinery, equipment, or processes are introduced, it’s also time to reassess the safety program to address any new risks or hazards associated with these changes.
  • Employee feedback: If employees raise concerns or provide feedback about potential safety issues, it is crucial to reevaluate the safety program to address their concerns.
  • Significant changes in the workforce: Prepare all employees to respond to a workplace accident efficiently and correctly. A reevaluation of the safety program after expansions, turnover, or the addition of new employees ensures that all employees are adequately trained and aware of safety protocols.
  • Technological advancements: With advancements in safety technology, manufacturers should reevaluate their programs to integrate new technologies that can enhance safety measures.

If you’re unclear about your company’s compliance with Occupational Safety and Health Act standards, Arizona MEP can conduct a site inspection based on OSHA procedures. After the inspection, you will receive a report showing areas for improvement and suggested ways to comply with the standards—all without the costly fines your company might incur from an OSHA inspection.


Arizona MEP can also conduct training on first aid, CPR, bloodborne pathogens, forklift, lockout/tagout and many other safety topics. The trainers focus on making it fun and engaging for employees, helping them to learn and retain the information.


Sustain a Safety-First Workplace Culture

Arizona MEP provides ongoing safety consulting, site inspections and training that can be tailored to your goals. The team combines decades of safety, manufacturing and operations experience to help clients achieve their goals — contact us at 602-845-1256 or by email at [email protected] to get started!