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Workplace Safety Inspections

Danatec can bring our safety inspection expertise directly to your workplace, anywhere in North America.

(519) 267-8600
(844) 267-8600

Identify Risks Before Accident or Injuries

Workplace safety inspections prevent incidents, injuries and illnesses by identifying the underlying hazards that make workplaces unsafe. In a worksite safety inspection, we look for hazards ranging from biological to chemical, ergonomic, physical and psychosocial.  


Do I Need a Workplace Safety Inspection?

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires employers to take every reasonable precaution to protect their workers. If you are without in-house safety expertise, a Danatec consultant can help you understand if you’re meeting your OSHA obligations. 

Workplace inspections proactively identify the health and safety needs of workplaces across industries, including: 

  • Construction 
  • Manufacturing 
  • Agriculture 
  • Food and Beverage 

Every worksite should schedule a frequency for safety inspections performed internally and by professional third-party safety inspectors. The right inspection frequency for your workplace depends on legislation and the nature of your workplace.

How On-Site Safety Inspections Work

Experienced Danatec consultants identify health and safety hazards on your worksite by:  

  • Thoroughly reviewing processes and standard operating procedures 
  • Inspecting equipment, facilities, and workplace setup 
  • Speaking with management and employees to get first-hand insight into your operations 

Your safety consultant will clarify any questions with you before preparing a thorough report including recommendations.

Your Workplace Safety Inspection Report

A Workplace Safety Inspection Report is an expert assessment of any hazards and a guideline for what thorough, professional inspections should include. 

For each hazard, we’ll specify the recommended corrective action and indicate the urgency: 

  • Major hazards (require immediate corrective action) 
  • Moderate hazards (require short-term action) 
  • Minor hazards (require long-term action) 

Your safety consultant presents their findings back to your team and any key stakeholders, sharing recommendations for next steps.