I possess over 25 years of experience in the Safety Consulting/Risk Management field consulting for Property, Casualty, General, Liability, Inland Marine, and Fleet insurance lines of business. I’ve worked for several major Insurance Companies where they hired me to administer the Loss Control Operations for a variety of firms. I can assist firms in developing a comprehensive IIPP (Injury & Illness Prevention Program), train management and staff personnel, help managers implement the IIPP program, and monitor the process to make sure it operates efficiently.
I’ve serviced a substantial variety of different sized and types accounts which include auto dealerships, restaurants, hospitality, manufacturing, schools, hospitals, non-profits, daycares, construction companies, medical offices, schools, and transportation firms. I earned a Master’s Degree in Safety, secured an ASP designation (Associate Safety Professional), and possess a CSP designation (Certified Safety Professional). There are currently approximately only 12,000 Certified Safety professionals worldwide! I provide service to companies in the State of California and the Southwest area of the United States.
My firm provides training which reviews both supervisor safety responsibilities and employee safety duties.
We review pertinent Safety programs including the Injury and Illness Prevention Programs, Fleet Safety, Hearing Conservation, Hazard Communication, LOTO, Ergonomics, Bloodbourne Pathogens, Respiratory Protection, Forklift Training, and Safety Incentives. I provide specific safety services which can include Risk Management Evaluation, Facility Safety Inspections, the aforementioned Supervisor/Employee Training, and detailed Loss Analysis.
We personally review with the client procedures’ pertaining to implementation of the IIPP to ensure their program complies with the specific governing regulations i.e. California – Every California employer must establish, implement and maintain a written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and a copy must be maintained at each workplace or at a central work site if the employer has non-fixed work sites. The requirements for establishing, implementing and maintaining an effective written injury and illness prevention program are contained in Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations, Section 3203 (T8 CCR 3203). I have a network of safety professional that I work with throughout the State of California. If you need further information please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you & God Bless,
Mark Predovic, CSP, MS