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We understand the importance of identifying and correcting hazards, so we are equipped with the technology to keep your management in touch with your worksite. Using our online Safety Portal, you can see reports on information received from the field to identify hazards or trends that need correction. Your company management can read observations with descriptions and photos.

Login into your Dashboard and see all training performed to include Confined Space, Electrical Safety, Lockout/Tagout, Fall Protection, Fire Safety, Flagger Control, Forklift Training, Hazard Communication, HAZWOPER, OSHA 10/30 Hour, Scaffold or Steel Erection, Rigging, and Trenching & Excavation.

We meet the highest levels of OSHA qualifications, so that we have a well trained workforce that can assist your company to have the best workplace safety & health environment. Our approach to safety awareness can be customized for your company to help you achieve your goals to make safety a priority. ESC offers trained safety professionals who can be contracted for long term projects or can performed regular scheduled inspections.

ESC Consultants Training Centers

San Antonio Training Center
12758 Cimarron Path #127
San Antonio, Texas 78249
Phone: (210) 695-8701
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Dallas Training Center
1307 North Glenville Dr
Richardson, Texas 75081
Phone: (214) 575-8710
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Houston Training Center
5715 Northwest Central Dr. F101
Houston, Texas 77092
Phone: (281) 546-7598
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Rio Grande Valley Training Center
505 East Expressway 83
Pharr, Texas 78577
Phone: (956) 601-0816
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Final Rule Issued to Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses
This change in OSHA's requirements will improve safety for workers. One important reason stems from our understanding of human behavior and motivation. Behavioral economics tells us that making injury information publicly available will "nudge" employers to focus on safety.

And more attention to safety will save the lives and limbs of many workers, and will ultimately help the employer's bottom line as well. Finally, this regulation will improve the accuracy of this data by ensuring that workers will not fear retaliation for reporting injuries or illnesses.
What does the rule require? The new rule, which takes effect Jan. 1, 2017, requires certain employers to electronically submit injury and illness data that they are already required to record on their onsite OSHA Injury and Illness forms. Analysis of this data will enable OSHA to use its enforcement and compliance assistance resources more efficiently. Some of the data will also be posted to the OSHA website. OSHA believes that public disclosure will encourage employers to improve workplace safety and provide valuable information to workers, job seekers, customers, researchers and the general public.

Establishments with 20-249 employees in certain high-risk industries (which includes construction) must submit information from their 2016 Form 300A by July 1, 2017, and their 2017 Form 300A by July 1, 2018. Beginning in 2019 and every year thereafter, the information must be submitted by March 2.



The right equipment to get the job done safely
Training is a vital part of any safety program and ESC has a publication that will help your company meet its responsibility. Each issue offers an in depth study of regulations which makes it an indispensable part of your weekly training.

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