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Safety & Health

Site Evaluation and Training

Skyline is able to provide workplace evaluations and site-specific[1] training, including the following:

  • PEOSHA/OSHA Site-specific, Bilingual Safety and Health Programs
  • Site–specific Bilingual Safety and Health Employee Training;
  • New Jersey Right to Know/Hazardous Communications Programs and Training;
  • Air Quality Studies and Noise Surveys;
  • Industrial Hygiene;
  • Audits;
  • Site Inspections;
  • Accident Investigations;
  • Asbestos Compliance;
  • Bloodborne Pathogens;
  • Chemical Hygiene Plan;
  • Confined Space Entry;
  • Confined Space Entry Rescue Drills;
  • Electrical Safety;
  • Emergency Response;
  • Emergency Action Plans;
  • Emergency Evacuation Drills;
  • Energy Control Program;
  • Fire Protection Training;
  • Fire Protection Plans;
  • Fork Lift Training and Operator Evaluations;
  • Flammables / Combustibles;
  • Hand Tool;
  • Hazardous Materials;
  • Hazardous Communications;
  • Hearing Conservation;
  • Hot Work;
  • Laboratory Safety;
  • Laboratory Safety Procedures;
  • Lockout/Tagout;
  • Lockout/Tagout Procedures;
  • Machine Guarding;
  • Medical Surveillance Program;
  • Occupational Noise Monitoring;
  • Personal Protective Equipment Hazard Assessments;
  • Personal Protective Equipment;
  • Process Safety;
  • Powered Industrial Trucks Operator Training, Drills and Evaluations;
  • Recordkeeping and Employee Records Access;
  • Respiratory Protection;
  • Slips and Spill Prevention;
  • Qualitative Fit-testing;
  • Quantitative Fit-testing;
  • Walking/Working Surfaces;
  • Toxic Exposures;
  • Municipal safety and health program liability insurance reviews.

All of Skyline’s training courses have been approved by the New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) to award Training Contact Hours (TCH’s) for employees possessing licenses requiring continued education.


[1] Many Regulations require employers to provide employee training on the hazards potentially or actually present at their worksite. Site-specific training is training customized to each work place.

Additional Safety and Health Services

Skyline is also able to provide the following:

  • Compliance evaluation and assistance for OSHA/PEOSH General Industry and Construction Standards:
    • Written program development, implementation and maintenance;
  • Accident Investigation;
  • Right to Know:
    • Completion of Annual Survey Reports;
    • Employee Initial and Refresher Training Instruction;
    • Written Hazard Communication Programs;
  • Legal Assistance
    • Employee complaints;
    • Response to OSHA/PEOSHA citations;
    • Litigations;
    • Expert Witnesses.