There’s nothing more important than helping you make sure your employees return to their families safe and healthy at the end of every shift. Agilix Solutions partners with specialists to assess risk in the work your team performs and develop mitigation strategies to minimize it. Our workplace safety and compliance services are specifically designed to help you prevent accidents, increase productivity, and maintain your reputation as an employer that values employees’ safety.
Our preventive safety services include:
Electrocution is one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace according to OSHA. Agilix Solutions can facilitate a free facility assessment conducted by one of our partners. This assessment will check for non-OSHA compliant conditions and common infractions including open knock-outs and the misapplication or lack of GFCIs.
Agilix Solutions, through our manufacturer partners, offers machine safety assessments to look for opportunities to enhance worker safety. Typical opportunities include emergency stop (mushroom buttons and pull cords), light curtains to segregate potentially dangerous areas and gate switch interlocks to disable equipment when gates are open.
Do you know the locations of arc flash hazards in your facility? Agilix Solutions and our arc flash hazard partners work with customers to conduct a comprehensive overview of your facility’s power system and develop a program to ensure NFPA compliance.
Our arc flash hazard risk assessment services will help your leadership team know where arc flash hazards are located, employees know the latest safety regulations and procedures, and confirm all power systems are up to date with the latest certification standards.
We work with our partners to facilitate a thorough process for identifying and mitigating arc flash hazards, including:
Our partners also offer updates for both existing and obsolete arc flash studies, as well as annual maintenance agreements to ensure you remain on top of changes that could have an impact on existing arc flash studies.
There are three primary outcomes of a successful arc flash study:
Contact your account manager to learn how Agilix Solutions and our partners can help you provide a safe and compliant workplace for your team.
If employee safety is your number one concern, you need a comprehensive Lockout Tagout (LOTO) program. Agilix Solutions brings decades of experience helping customers develop a LOTO program that’s thorough, compliant, and easy to follow.
We offer a variety of options through our industry-leading partners, from providing the LOTO products that meet specific equipment requirements, through providing training and documentation, to performing required annual audits to help ensure compliance.
Leadership at any safety-compliant production facility should be able to answer these four questions:
If you don’t have definitive answers to these four questions, or the answers leave you a bit uneasy, Agilix Solutions can help.
If you’re just getting started, we can help you sort out the details. If you already have a LOTO plan in place that needs a review or audit, we can help. The Agilix Solutions network of LOTO partners is here to assist with your team’s safety and your facility’s compliance.
Contact your account manager or nearest branch to take the first step.
OSHA requires an annual inspection of all fall protection by a competent person. Over time this equipment can become damaged and it is important to replace or update equipment as needed. With our partners, we can help you to schedule annual inspections of body harnesses, connection devices and anchor points to ensure all products are functioning as intended.
Agilix Solutions can help coordinate fall protection training for your company through industry-leading safety manufacturers such as 3M. Training covers the proper donning of equipment, prior to use inspections, and proper care and maintenance of equipment.
Are you buying the same gloves you have bought for many years? Gloves are some of the most versatile and necessary gear within the industry and can protect worker hands from electrical current, heat, cold, vibration, cuts, punctures, impacts, chemicals and arc flashes.
A glove assessment can identify glove options to meet your specifications and your budget. Our team can coordinate an assessment with one of our partners.
All companies have protective eyewear, but rarely do they look at the task at hand to see if the proper eye protection is worn. Technology exists today to offer anti-fog glasses that improve visual clarity. We offer eyewear that eliminate harmful IR and UV rays to promote long-term eye health.
Our eyewear partners can assess your needs a recommend solutions to meet your specifications.
On the job, head protection is a key element to keep your workers safe from falling debris, low-hanging objects and electrical hazards. Our head protection partners can help you evaluate hazards based on the application.
Based on the assessment results, we can recommend head protection to meet your specifications including: heat, side impact, working at heights, lighting solutions, high-visibility solutions, accessories and suspension type. We can even customize head protection solutions with your company logo.
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