Our health and safety management programs are designed to assist you with the day to day operations of the safety programs, our professionals are familiar with the laws and regulations surrounding all aspects of the safety field. Contact us for a custom quote today.
In the unfortunate event SMTS can help provide injury case management, this entails meeting with physicians and employees to help document care and treatment plans, manage injury status, and provide recommendations for light/modified duty programs. This program can help reduce the impact of an injury on both the employee and the company.
As a third party administrator for managing worker’s compensation, SMTS will file and track worker’s compensation claims, act as the point of contact, and assist with evaluating claims to help reduce costs. Our staff will work with your worker’s compensation company to ensure expedited claims handling, answer any questions from the insurance companies or clinics.
As part of this service SMTS will act as your onsite collection agency. We can conduct drug and alcohol testing onsite at your facilities with our rapid test kits for pre-employment. Rapid tests can also be conducted for post incident, random, and reasonable suspicion testing. All positive tests would be submitted to an independent testing facility for validation. We can provide this as an on-call 24 hour service to local customers.
Managing your Safety Data Sheets can be a time consuming and complicated process. At SMTS we will conduct an onsite chemical inventory and help to manage your SDS’s so that you always remain in compliance with federal requirements.
When you have a new employee or one that may be injured or ill, knowing the right place to take them can help save the company time and money while reducing exposure to both the employee and the organization. Our staff can assist with the selection of your designated clinics and help establish your company even before it is needed.
OSHA requires companies with 10 or more employees to maintain and injury and illness log. Our safety professionals can manage these logs and ensure proper reporting and posting requirements are met.
The Mine Safety and Health Administration requires employers working on mine sites, whether it be Metal/Non-Metal, Coal, or Sand and Gravel pits to report injuries and illnesses. Our safety staff understands all aspects of these reports and can ensure that timely and accurate reporting is completed for your organization.
The Mine Safety and Health Administration requires all employers engaged in mining activities to file a quarterly report. Our safety staff can ensure that these reports are accurately filed in a timely manner.