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Our goal is to help your business meet OSHA safety and health regulations while developing an ongoing, effective safety and health management system!

Bismarck State College Continuting Education, Training and Innovation (CETI) has a program to assist employers, especially those in smaller businesses, to reach their goal of acheiving a safe and healthful workplace for their employees. Experienced and professional safety and industrial hygiene consultants will identify safety and health hazards in your business, supply recommendations to reduce or eliminate these hazards, and assess your safety and health management system.

How it Works:
It's Free!
Any private employer in North Dakota can request our services. The primary focus and priority of consultation is to provide assistance to the small business employer. Further priority is given to employers in high hazard industries and employers that fall under one of OSHA''s strategic and/or emphasis programs. All of our services are free because our program is funded by federal OSHA and Bismarck State College.

Some of the Services We Provide:
*Full service on-site safety and health surveys, or specific surverys tailored to your request
*Training
*Technical assistance, by phone or e-mail
*Safety and health program assessment
*Air sampling and analysis
*Noise measurements
*Recognition/exemption program (SHARP)
*Ergonomic evaluation and assistance
*Written program evaluation and assistance

Employer Obligation:
The employer''s obligation is to correct all serious and imminent danger hazards identified by the consultant. The employer must also agree to post the list of hazards that accompanies the consultant''s report. If the employer refuses to correct or verify correction of a serious or imminent danger hazard, the matter may be referred to OSHA compliance, an extremely rare occurrence.

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