We Train and Service the Oil and Gas Industry

CS Consulting is your complete stop for all your safety training, consulting, rentals and sales needs.

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SAFETY TRAINING

  • PEC/Safeland Courses
  • OSHA 1910 General Industry 10 Hour & 30 Hour
  • CPR, AED, and First Aid Training
  • Confined Space Entrant/Attendant/Supervisor Training
  • EPA Lead Renovator
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Training
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Benzene Awareness
  • Forklift Training
  • Fall Protection Authorized Person
  • Fire Extinguisher Training
  • Walking / Working Surfaces

CONFINED SPACE AND HIGH ANGLE RESCUE TRAINING

  • Confined Space Technician
  • Confined Space Technician || (Advanced)
  • Rope Rescue Technician
  • Rope Rescue Technician || (Advanced)
  • Confined Space & Rope Rescue Annual Refresher Course

Hazardous Materials Training Courses

  • What We Do
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Training
  • 4 Hour Hazardous Materials (OSHA Hazwoper) Awareness Training
  • 24 Hour Operations Level Hazwoper Training
  • 40 Hour Hazwoper Training
  • 80 Hour Hazwoper Training
  • 8 Hour Hazwoper Refresher Training
  • 8 Hour Hands-on Hazwoper Refresher Training
  • Hazardous Materials Management: Supervisor Training
  • NORM (Naturally Occurring Radiation Material)
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  • PEC Basic 10

PEC Basic/10 is a comprehensive safety orientation that was developed to satisfy the requirements for the OSHA 10-hour general industry and Safe Land USA. This course provides awareness training in a variety of safety topics, saving your company time and money without sacrificing the quality of worker training and safety knowledge.

 

  • PEC Basic Orientation

PEC Basic Orientation is the most widely used safety orientation in the US onshore and offshore E&P Industry. Accredited by both SafeLandUSA and SafeGulf, this one-day safety orientation can give your employees both credentials.

 

  • PEC Core

The PEC Core Compliance covers over 40 of the most requested health, safety, and environmental (HSE) topics. In a comprehensive, 3-day, instructor-led format, Core Compliance meets full training in 29 HSE topics while meeting awareness levels in an additional 15 topics. Accredited by both Safe Land USA and Safe Gulf, this course has an annual refresher to keep students’ certifications up to date.

 

  • PEC H2S Clear

PEC H2S Clear was designed to improve employee safety for general industry workers who may potentially come in contact with hydrogen sulfide in the workplace. This program meets the revised standards set forth in the ANSI/ASSE Z390.1—2017 and incorporates all of the benefits of a PEC Safety standardized training program. PEC H2S Clear provides students with crucial knowledge of the dangers of H2S and the necessary precautions, tools, and controls when working in potential H2S environments.

  • OSHA 1910 General Industry 10 Hour

This course is presented as part of the OSHA Outreach Program for general industry. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a course completion certificate and a wallet-sized DOL/OSHA completion card. The course is appropriate for all employees, including workers, foremen, job supervisors, inspectors, and all those involved in general industry safety. Training is based on General Industry safety standards and includes: Introduction to OSHA, Electrical Safety, Walking and Working Surfaces, Exit Routes, Emergency Action, and Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection, Materials Handling/Back Injury Prevention, Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Personal Protective Equipment, Machine Guarding, Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) and Bloodborne Pathogens.

 

  • OSHA 1910 General Industry 30 Hour

The purpose of this class is to promote workplace safety and health and to make workers more knowledgeable about workplace hazards and their rights. Training includes recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of workplace hazards. Classes also provide overview information regarding OSHA, including workers’ rights, employer responsibilities and how to file a complaint. The 30-hour training program is intended to provide workers with some safety responsibility a greater depth and variety of training. All outreach training is intended to cover an overview of the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. Training emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.

This course is taught using the guidelines of the American Heart Association or the National Safety Council and is a “must-have” for all employees. Whether you work in an office, in a shop, or out in the field, gaining adequate knowledge to save a life is applicable in any situation.

In this course, students will learn about the General Industry Confined Space Standard 1910.146. Students will gain understanding in the general requirements, the definition of the confined space, differences in confined space and permit-required confined space. Students will also learn how to reclassify spaces, atmospheric monitoring as it pertains to confined space work, and other workplace hazards and terminology. This program adheres to ANSI Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training.

The Lead Renovator, Repair and Painting (LRRP) training is an 8 hour EPA compliant program that teaches contractors the procedures, work practice controls and other responsibilities needed to safely provide home repair and renovation to a variety of customers that have potential or actual lead based paint in their homes and child occupied facilities.

Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Training

Our Hydrogen Sulfide training program offers the best and most informative H2S training available. Exposing your employees to this toxic gas can mean serious injuries both long and short term. Whether you are in the oil and gas industry, petrochemical industry, or just have the potential to work with or around Hydrogen Sulfide, CS Consulting will ensure that every student receive the necessary knowledge to adequately protect themselves from this extremely poisonous gas. This course exceeds the training requirements set forth by OSHA and the ANSI Z390.1 standard.

Course topics include: Industrial history of H2S, Toxicology, Chemical Properties, Physical Properties, Common names, Emergency Procedures, Rescue Procedures, and much more!

In this course, students will learn about the General Industry requirements for Respiratory Protection 1910.134. Students will gain understanding in the general requirements, the definitions of respiratory protection, differences in respiratory gear, requirements of fit testing, atmospheric monitoring as it pertains to respiratory protection and other work place hazards and terminology. This program adheres to ANSI Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training.

In this course, students will learn when Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is necessary, what type of PPE is necessary, how to properly put on, take off, adjust and wear PPE, the limitations of PPE and the proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of Personal Protective Equipment.

In this course, students will become familiar with Lockout/Tagout and the duties of the authorized user. This course covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment which could have unexpected star-up, energization, or release of stored energy. Students will become familiar with terms and hazards associated with LOTO. This program adheres to ANSI Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training.

In this course, students will learn what Benzene is, where it comes from and how employees may be exposed, as well as the health hazards associated with exposure to Benzene, workplace assessment and detection/measurement of Benzene, what is known about Benzene at oil production and treatment facilities and more.

Certified Operator Training for the specific forklift type and workplace-specific hazards. Hazard identification and prevention is discussed and evaluated. Successful completion includes a certificate and wallet card with 3-year renewal.

This course is designed around the ANSI Z359.2-2007 (Minimum Requirements for a Comprehensive Managed Fall Protection Program) duties of an Authorized Person (Section 3.2.5). This program adheres to ANSI Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training. Students completing this program will be able to inspect and use basic fall protection systems according to their site and follow directions as given by a competent trainer. This program focuses on fall hazard recognition and the use of the equipment and procedures to abate such hazards. This program is not designed for workers who assess fall hazards, select appropriate protection or select anchorages. If these skills are desired, the Competent Person Program is the most applicable.

In this course, students will learn about the characteristics of fire behavior. They will also learn about the different stages of fire, different fire classifications, and how to choose the correct extinguisher for the correct type of fuel to extinguish the incipient stage fire. Students will also learn, through demonstration and practical application, how to correctly inspect and deploy fire extinguishers. This program adheres to ANSI Z490.1 Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training.

In this course, students will learn OSHA standards for walking and working surfaces, including requirements for housekeeping, guarding floor and wall openings, holes, industrial stairs and ladders.

Our Confined Space Rescue course allows the emergency responder to develop the skills, confidence, and rigging experience necessary to safely manage rescuing victims in any confined space situation. Through our very intensive training regimen, students will be pushed beyond the complexity of most real-world situations that students may find themselves in. Confined spaces present one of the most dangerous situations due to combined specialties of EMS, High/Low angle rescue, and Hazmat. After this course, students will feel comfortable and confident to handle the demands of an effective rescue in a confined space.

Course Length: 40 Hours
Skills Overview: Life/Scene safety, team organization, OSHA confined space regulatory compliance, pre-rigging, supplied air & SCBA usage, hazardous materials monitoring, selection of PPE, victim packaging and rescue, familiarization with rope rescue equipment and rigging, and anchor point selection.

This course is an extension upon the fundamental skills learned in our Confined Space I course. Students are given complex confined space scenarios where they must build from and expand the skills they develop in the Confined Space Rescue I course. Student skills and team response effectiveness will be enhanced by extensive hands-on training and realistic problem-solving exercises, including toxic atmosphere (IDLH) scenarios where students will wear and become more familiar with both SCBA’s and supplied airline respirators (SAR’s). Students will be tested on rigging skills, problem solving proficiency, and a written exam.

Course Length: 40

Our rope rescue course provides a 40 hour comprehensive focus on high and low angle rescue. Whether used for wilderness search & rescue, confined spaces, towers, or other industrial applications, this course offers students the valuable knowledge and ability to save fellow workers when in harm’s way. As with all of our training, students will be pushed far beyond what they are likely to find in any real-world scenario. This “worst-case” scenario training exercises every student’s ability to problem solve and apply rigging and equipment fundamentals, in order to achieve their objective. This course is a great tool to offer your employees so they can effectively size up and take care of any high risk rope rescue situation. Skills taught cover requirements set forth by NFPA 1670 and 1006. Extensive hands-on scenarios cover line transfers, pick-offs, rigging, advantage systems, anchor point selection, repelling, belaying, and much more!

Course Length: 40 Hours
Skills Overview: Rope rescue equipment familiarization, equipment maintenance, knot tying, patient packaging & care, mechanical advantage systems, belaying, repelling, stokes-basket (litter) packaging and tending, pick-off’s, line transfers, and a variety of practical evolutions.

Our professional Advanced Rope Rescue Technician course will challenge and test students to a higher level of rigging and problem solving complexity. With the prerequisite of previously passing the Rope Rescue Technician course, students build on the strong fundamentals they have learned through their previous training and past real-life experiences. By requiring students to have already passed the Rope Rescue Technician course, this offers us to focus on hands on training, scenario based instruction, and less time in the classroom. Although fun and a great time outdoors, students will learn more and more each time they go “over the edge”.

Course Length: 40 Hours
Skills Overview: Initial classroom review, problem solving rigging, and advanced scenarios.

Maintain your skills and technician level certification by attending our 16 hour recertification program. This course will update students on the latest rescue techniques, equipment and standards. Hands-on scenarios will allow students to practice their skills repeatedly in order to get back that “muscle memory” that is so easily lost if these specialized skills aren’t used on a regular basis. This refresher requirement also complies with employee/rescuer evaluation and retraining per OSHA regulations.

Course Length: 16 Hours

Hazardous Materials Training Courses

Hazardous materials training is an integral part of reducing lost product and minimizing downtime during an incident. Proper training will allow you to quickly mitigate or even prevent hazardous materials emergencies from occurring. Whether it’s as an awareness level course to aid your employees in recognizing emergency situations, or advanced technician level training; CS Consulting provides real-world hand-on quality training that focuses on familiarization and “muscle memory” in dealing with these technically challenging incidents.

Our focus is to provide your employees with the highest quality training possible so that they will be ready to act to most emergency situations. We believe that training should be harder and more intense than the average emergency scene. By exposing each student to “worst-case” scenarios (and pushing them to their max), they will be more comfortable establishing scene control and managing a hazardous materials scene. It is with this self confidence and knowledge that allows students to quickly and effectively mitigate any type of release or hazmat incident that could happen in or out of your facility.

What We Do

It is with this “intense” concept in mind that we have created our hazmat courses. As mentioned above we offer Awareness, Operations, & Technician level hazardous materials training. All courses are in accordance with NFPA 472 and 29 CFR 1910.120. We understand there are other organizations that conduct hazmat courses that provide similar training. These courses include many hours of training that have no specific relevance to the operations involved at your facility. It is for these reasons why we conduct a general analysis of your facility so we know how to tailor the training into specific and applicable training.

Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Training in Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota

Our Hydrogen Sulfide training program offers the best and most informative H2S training available. Exposing your employees to this toxic gas can mean serious injuries both long and short term. Whether you are in the oil and gas industry, petrochemical industry, or just have the potential to work with or around Hydrogen Sulfide, CS Consulting will ensure that every student receive the necessary knowledge to adequately protect themselves from this extremely poisonous gas. This course exceeds the training requirements set forth by OSHA and the ANSI Z390.1 standard.

Course topics include: Industrial history of H2S, Toxicology, Chemical Properties, Physical Properties, Common names, Emergency Procedures, Rescue Procedures, and much more!

4 Hour Hazardous Materials (OSHA Hazwoper) Awareness Training

Our 4 hour hazmat awareness level training is geared toward individuals who are not expected to suit up and actively respond to a hazmat release. These individuals are those who are expected to recognize that a release has occurred, notify the proper supervisors and authorities, and isolate the release from the public.

Course Length: 4 Hours
Course Content: Course goes over OSHA’s Hazwoper standard (29 CFR 1910.120). Students are given an overview of general response guidelines, specific issues with hazmat emergencies, and a brief overview of response objectives and tactics.

24 Hour Operations Level Hazwoper Training

This hands-on intensive 24 hour course exposes students to hazardous materials emergency response. Compliant with NFPA 472 and OSHA 1910.120, this course allows students to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively recognize a hazmat release, choose the proper protective equipment and tactics, and quickly mitigate the situation through defensive tactics such as damming, diking, or diverting the substance. Students will understand the unique issues associated with hazmat releases and they will gain the confidence and knowledge necessary to be effective hazmat responders for your organization.

Course Length: 24 hours
Skills Taught: Hazmat recognition, identification, selection of PPE, donning/doffing of PPE, implementation of defensive tactics, decontamination, site management, and proper incident command.

40 Hour Hazwoper Training Courses in Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota

Our Hazmat Tech. course develops the advanced hazmat training necessary to confidently handle any size release in an offensive or defensive manner. Compliant with NFPA 472 and OSHA 1910.120, students will spend a large percentage of the course in level A & B protective ensembles working to solve a variety of hands-on scenarios. Hazmat technicians are the highest trained responders in the hot-zone of a hazmat incident and need the knowledge and training to ensure a quick solution to any surprise they may encounter. Our Technician course stresses students with scenarios and situations that push them farther than they might ever be pushed during a real incident. This intensive type of training allows students to learn how to handle the most complicated incident, therefore when they are involved in an incident after their training, they will feel confident and comfortable with whatever incident they may find.

Course Length: 40 Hours
Skills Taught: Hazmat recognition, identification, selection of PPE, implementation of offensive tactics, advanced decontamination, site management, and advanced incident command.

80 Hour Hazwoper Training Courses in Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota

The 80 hour Hazmat Technician level course that we offer is a much more in-depth and hands-on intensive course than that of our 40 hour course. For emergency responders throughout the Rocky Mountain region, state fire marshal’s offices are requiring 80 hours of hazmat training in order to be recognized as a hazmat technician. This course is in response to this higher expectation of advanced training. Students will spend the majority of the class out of the classroom and with real-world hazmat handling equipment that they may come in contact with during a real incident.

Course Length: 80 Hours
Skills Taught: Hazmat recognition, identification, selection of PPE, implementation of offensive tactics, advanced decontamination, site management, and advanced incident command. This class spends the majority of the 80 hours out of the classroom in hands-on training exercises.

8 Hour Hazwoper Refresher Training

Our 8 hour general Hazwoper refresher training is geared toward those hazardous materials managers, incident commanders, or other response personnel that don’t normally suit up during a response to hazardous materials. This daylong classroom refresher focuses on site management, life safety, and tactics used in mitigating an incident involving hazardous materials. The class will end with a tabletop exercise in which students will exercise their skills with emergency management, using the incident command system, and in using reference materials to gain needed information about the release.

Course Length: 8 Hours
Skills Taught: General review of OSHA’s Hazwoper standard (29 CFR 1910.120), overview of changes in regulations and advances in tools of the trade. Class is driven by student participation and culminates with a tabletop scenario. Student will be tested/evaluated to ensure competence in dealing with hazardous materials releases.

8 Hour Hands-on Hazwoper Refresher Training

Our 8 hour hands-on Hazwoper refresher focuses on the emergency responder in the hot zone of a hazardous materials release. With very little classroom time, the course spends the majority of the day suited up and dealing with a variety of problem solving scenarios, and work stations where they can become more proficient at dealing with hazmat spills. Whether you are trained at the 24 hour Operations or the 40/80 hour Technician level, this course gives you the renewed hands-on training to return back to your job confident and capable.

Course Length: 8 Hours
Skills Taught: Students will start the morning off with classroom review of regulations, changes and advances to the industry. The second half of the day will be spent with tabletop scenarios, hands on decontamination tactics, and a review of both offensive and defensive tactics.

Hazardous Materials Management: Supervisor Training

Supervisors or incident commanders need specific management training when it comes to dealing with hazardous materials incidents. Our supervisors’ hazmat management training allow student to learn techniques and issues that only the higher levels of management deal with.

Course Length: 8 Hours
Skills Taught: Overview of OSHA and DOT regulations, proper command and control of incidents, specific issues with hazardous materials incidents, how to deal with the media, and a tabletop exercise at the end of the course to bring every skill together.

In this course, students will learn where Naturally Occuring Radiation Material (NORM) can be found, radiation-related risks, pathways of radiation exposure, procedures employees can use to protect themselves, such as time, distance and shielding, as well as PPE and personal hygiene (washing hands prior to smoking or eating).

SAFETY CONSULTING SERVICES

  • Administrative Audit
  • Hazard Assessments (Compliance Assessment)
  • Workover Rig Audits
  • Sub-Contractor Audit
  • Optical Gas Imaging (OGI)
  • Drone
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The administrative audit is a series of questions that were developed by sitting through several different companies and OSHA audits. The administrative audit is designed to recognize gaps in a company’s safety program and help create a road map of where to go and which gaps to address first.

Items such as missing electrical outlet covers, missing/unlabeled electrical panels, guards missing from tools and machines, compressed gas cylinders not stored properly, rigging equipment that is damaged, and damaged fall protection equipment. These are some of the items that will be looked at during the hazard assessment. A report is generated based on the findings, which includes the specific OSHA violation as well as a suggested corrective action.

Safety and regulation compliance are key factors in every drilling operation.  CS Consulting employs professional consultants that are available 24/7 to work as Onsite Safety Professionals for your operation.  We conduct OSHA/API/Industry Standards inspections and audits, offer Leadership Coaching, and conduct focused training on industry safety topics or your companies specific requirements.  We pride ourselves on work with your employees as a team to deliver the most effective, unbiased, and “Hard Truth” feedback that will increase the success of your operations and lower the possibility of incidents occurring.

If your company utilizes sub-contractors, it is an important process that those sub-contractors are audited to assure they are in compliance with OSHA and the MSA signed to work for your company.

Sub-Contractor Audits are similar to our administrative audits but are specifically designed to audit sub-contractors to help them find gaps and develop their safety program.

Dependent on the well optical gas imaging and needs to be conducted either quarterly or annually on well sites for DEQ, looking for gas leaks and making sure they are within DEQ regulation limits.

Unmanned aerial vehicles (Drones) are becoming more and more commonplace throughout businesses in many industries. Drones not only take pictures from an aerial point of view; they are also used to fly pipelines looking for leaks, as fly sites looking for vegetation encroachment (NDVI), as well as calculating volumes of debris, rocks, and soils, to be used as business metrics for sales and production

Compliance/Risk Management

  • OSHA Compliance
  • MSHA
  • Online Database Management
  • Policy Manuals
  • Safety Discount Programs
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CS Consulting can assist you to ensure that your company will “provide a workplace free from serious recognized hazards and comply with standards, rules, and regulations issued under the OSH Act.” CS Consulting will perform Hazard Assessments to aid you with the noted requirement of “examin[ing] workplace conditions to make sure they conform to applicable OSHA standards” and to “make sure employees have and use safe tools and equipment and that they properly maintain this equipment”. CS Consulting’s training division will provide “safety training in a language and vocabulary workers can understand”. CS Consulting can help “establish or update operating procedures and communicate them so that employees can follow safety and health requirements.” We will also “keep records of work-related injuries and illnesses”.

To be in compliance with MSHA you need a training plan that is approved by MSHA if it contains, at the minimum, the following items of information: Company name & ID, responsible person, teaching methods and time spent per subject, trainers and training subjects, evaluation methods.

Online Databases include ISNetworld, PEC, Avetta, ComplyWorks, Browz, Veriforce, etc. Contractors or Owner/Clients require you to subscribe to a database to audit your insurance, OSHA 300 & 300A forms, EMR, Statistical information (TRIR), Safety Programs and Training documentation. CS Consulting has a program that will assist you to become compliant with all Online Databases.

Company-specific policies that are in compliance with OSHA and Online Databases includes appendix’s that cover: Hazard & PPE Assessments, OSHA 300 & 300A Forms, Inspections Forms, Short Service Evaluation, Report Forms, Work Permits & JSA’s, Employee Forms of Documentation, Employee Training Roster and Management Forms.

  • Consultant Discount: Four tiers of discounted levels, ranging from 3% to 10%. Requires inviting and working with OSHA or approved Consultants and meeting certain criteria.
  • Deductible Program: Discounts ranging from 4% to 50% if employer pays first $1,000 to $100,000 of all claims.
  • Drug-Free Workplace: 5% base rate discount per year. Requirements are 100% pre-employment testing, 20% in random testing pool, post-accident testing, one-hour substance abuse training for all employees annually and two hours of substance abuse training for all supervisors annually.
  • Grant Applications: Provides opportunities for all Wyoming employers to enhance or implement new safety practices. This includes training and health or safety equipment. The maximum grant for $10,000 with the requirement of an employer paying 10% of the approved allowable expenses.
  • Safety Discount: There are three levels of discounts. For a 3.33% discount, an employer must have a health and safety program. For a 6.66% discount, an employer must have a health and safety program and documented safety committee and monthly meetings. For a 10% discount, an employer must have health and safety program, documented meetings and achieve and maintain a loss ratio of equal to or less than 10%.

Field Service

  • Rescue Standby Team
  • Supplied Air
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Medical Supply Kits
  • Air Trailer
  • Fit Testing
  • Noise Dosimeters
  • Audiometry Testing
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CS Consulting provides onsite EMS, Hazmat Ops and other technical rescue teams on standby, especially for remote confined space situations or other high-risk projects. It is critically important to make sure the job goes smoothly. Our highly trained and experienced onsite EMS and technical rescue personnel react immediately and skillfully to emergencies, keeping your employees safe in all situations

In situations where there is a possibility of airborne contaminants, CS Consulting can help keep your crews running by providing them with a continuous supply of clean air. Our portable supplied air systems are mounted in trailers that hold enough air to keep your team working for days, without needing to refill or change out air bottles. The trailer is set up to provide air for up to 4 workers at a time, through 300-foot long breathing air hoses. The trailer comes stocked with Scott-supplied airline respirators and self-contained breathing apparatuses, as well as a windsock, safety signage, medical supplies, and air monitors

At CS Consulting, we understand the importance of having a proper defense against a blaze of any magnitude, which is why we provide the following nationwide fire extinguisher services:

  • Fire extinguisher inspection & testing
  • Fire extinguisher recharge
  • Fire extinguisher installation & replacement
  • Fire extinguisher training

Where first aid stations are required, CS Consulting can provide the supplies you need. We have wall mounted first aid stations, vehicle kits, and even backpack style kits, in addition to portable and stationary eyewash stations. We also sell individual supplies for supplementing and restocking kits

CS Consulting constructs trailers designed to meet the needs of your company. Our air trailers are designed to be a portable cascade system, complete with everything you need to ensure the safety of your personnel on site. The trailers are typically designed to house 6 K-sized compressed air cylinders, although the number and size of cylinders can be adjusted. The cylinders are connected to a manifold control panel mounted to the wall. The manifold branches into 4 hoses, up to 300 feet each, which are wound on hose reels. A typical trailer carries 2 Scott supplied airline respirators, 4 Scott self-contained breathing apparatus, a windsock, a 20-pound fire extinguisher, a first aid kit and safety signs for the site.

  • Quantitative fit testing can be used for any type of tight-fitting respirator. It involves a machine that is used to measure the amount of leakage into the facepiece. In this scenario, the respirator’s facepiece is attached to a probe that is connected to the machine by a hose.
  • Qualitative fit tests use your sense of taste or smell, or your reaction to an irritant.

Noise dosimeters measure and store sound pressure levels (SPL) and, by integrating these measurements over time, provide a cumulative noise-exposure reading for a given period of time, such as an 8-hour workday. Dosimeters can also function as personal or area noise monitors. In occupational settings, personal noise dosimeters are often worn on the body of a worker with the microphone mounted on the middle-top of the person’s most exposed shoulder.

Audiometry is a branch of audiology and the science of measuring hearing acuity for variations in sound intensity and pitch and for tonal purity, involving thresholds and differing frequencies. Typically, audiometric tests determine a subject’s hearing levels with the help of an audiometer, but they may also measure the ability to discriminate between different sound intensities, recognize pitch, or distinguish speech from background noise. Acoustic reflex and o toacoustic emissions may also be measured. Results of audiometric tests are used to diagnose hearing loss or diseases of the ear, and often make use of an audiogram.

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

  • Silica
  • Welding fumes
  • Hexavalent Chrome
  • Particulates/dust
  • Noise
  • Radiation
  • Benzene
  • H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide)
  • VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds)
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Silica is found in a variety of industries and occupations, including construction, sandblasting and mining. Occupational exposure to silica dust can cause Silicosis, an irreversible but preventable disease. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using air pumps, respirable cyclones and silica media filters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

Welding fumes are generated in a variety of different occupational operations by the process of joining or cutting pieces of metal by heat, pressure or both. Occupational exposure to welding fumes can lead to a variety of health problems including possible carcinogen exposure if the proper safeguards are not implemented to ensure employee safety. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment by placing a portable sampler on the welder that collects a “breathing zone” sample of the welding emissions. Air pumps and welding media filters are used for collection. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

Hexavalent Chromium is another common hazard produced during “hot work,” such as welding on stainless steel and other alloy steels containing chromium metal. Occupational exposure targets the respiratory system, kidneys, liver, and skin if the proper safeguards are not implemented to ensure employee safety. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment by placing a portable sampler on the welder that collects a “breathing zone” sample of the welding emissions. Specifics Hexavalent chromium sampling media is used for collection. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

Dust and particulates are synonymous terms describing a generic classification of airborne or potentially airborne solid materials. Common classification includes dust from grinding, wood dust, metal dust, smoke, and “nuisance dusts.” Dust exposures can be harmful to your health and, because of this, preventative safeguards are needed to protect employees from exposure. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using air pumps, respirable cyclones and particulate media filters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

OSHA information reports that twenty-two million workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise at work each year. Once the nerves are damaged in the inner ear, permanent hearing loss occurs and cannot be corrected by surgery or medicine. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using noise dosimeters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

Radiation can be found in a wide range of settings in the workplace. Without proper safeguards, exposure to employees can occur, resulting in hazardous health effects. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment by identifying sources with specialized radiological monitors. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

Benzene is found in a variety of industries and occupations. Examples include: benzene productions relative to petroleum and coal, tire manufacturing, petroleum storage and transport, steelworker, printers, rubber workers, show makers, laboratory technicians, firefighters and gas station employees. Occupational exposure to benzene can cause cancer. Common testing methods focus on gathering three shift samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using gas monitors and colorimetric detection tubes, and GCMS Canisters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

H2S is found in a variety of industries and occupations and is highly flammable and extremely toxic. H2S occurs naturally in sewers, manure pits, well water, oil and gas wells, and volcanoes. Exposure can range from mild headaches or eye irritation to unconsciousness or even death. Common testing methods focus on gathering three-shift or “grab” samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using gas monitors and colorimetric detection tubes, and GCMS Canisters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

VOC’s are emitted as gasses from certain solids or liquids and they are found in a variety of industries and occupations; even your homes. There are thousands of VOC’s, and, when exposed, could result in short and long term health effects Exposure can range from mild headaches, eye irritation, headaches, loss of coordination, nausea, liver and kidney damage and even cancer. Common testing methods focus on gathering three-shift or grab samples. CS Consulting can help test your work environment using gas monitors and colorimetric detection tubes, and GCMS Canisters. We strongly recommend that personal and area samples are collected for each different operational area. Call CS Consulting today to help ensure your team is protected.

SALES/RENTALS

  • Sales/Rentals
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CS Consulting is a distributor of many safety products. If you are looking for specific equipment to buy or rent, please contact our office and we will get you taken care of.

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