Patrick J. Walsh, CSP 512-800-4501

Qualifications and Services

Practical, Workable, Easy to Understand Solutions

A. A Safety Program that Works: developed and focused to meet your needs

  1. Initial assessment of exposures and risks
  2. Policies and procedures manual
  3. Forms and checklists
  4. Emergency procedures and contingency plans
  5. Risk assessment, risk transfer and loss control
  6. Contract provisions

B. Local Safety Training:

  1. Outreach Trainer: OSHA 10, and 30hr Construction,
  2. First Aid/ CPR (Medic First Aid),
  3. Fall Protection,
  4. Confined Spaces,
  5. Boom/ Scissor Lift Operator,
  6. Forklift Operator,
  7. Scaffolding,
  8. Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics,
  9. Silica: Respirable Crystalline Silica Exposure Control
  10. Rigging and Signaling for Crane Hoisting

C.  UT Arlington Instructor:

  1. OSHA 500 Outreach Trainer: OSHA 10, and 30hr Construction,
  2. OSHA 510 Standards for the Construction Industry
  3. OSHA 115 Fall Protection,
  4. OSHA 3085 Principals of Scaffolding,
  5. OSHA 3015 Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics

D. Zero Injury Culture: New project — new group of people —  different perspectives and goals.  Like men in a lifeboat, these individuals must pull together for their mutual benefit.

The Zero Injury approach, pioneered by the Construction Industry Institute (CII), has been used successfully by large construction companies on major projects and has helped improve performance (bottom line profits).  All supporting contractors benefit.

  1. Initial senior management meeting to define project goals
  2. Subsequent meetings to establish means and methods, roles and responsibilities, metrics and continuous improvement
  3. Training sessions for the leadership and the rank and file workers
  4. Periodic senior management progress review meetings

E. Expert Witness in OSHA Safety

  1. Curriculum Vitae