4S is proud to be health and safety partners of AMO
We are pleased to announce that Association of Municipalities Ontario (AMO) is partnering with 4S Consulting Services Inc. (4S). As an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) advisory firm, 4S has helped several municipalities in Ontario develop and maintain a sustainable safety program through their OHS System, training, and consulting services.
As health and safety partners of AMO, 4S is committed to helping AMO members implement an effective Health and Safety program that will help municipalities improve worker productivity, reduce downtime, reduce costs and create a safer work place. 4S also has a track record of developing and implementing customized programs to bring municipalities into compliance and ensure the necessary tools are available to maintain compliance. The 4SafeCom™ Safety Training and Management System can be used by municipalities to track training records, review & acknowledge policies and procedures, conduct workplace inspections, assign to-do items, record safety talks/JHSC meetings, track progress of all identified action items, and make their program come alive. 4S will provide members access to exclusively discounted programs tailored to help with Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) compliance requirements as health and safety partners of AMO.
“We’ve partnered with 4S because they offer tools that will help governments better manage health and safety requirements in the workplace,” said AMO President Jamie McGarvey. “At a time when every tax dollar must be stretched as far as possible, this system makes it easier to track and maintain compliance with provincial legislation and regulations.”
“At 4S, we strive to ensure our clients embrace health and safety as part of their organizational culture, so it is an integral part of the operations,” said Sabesh Kanagaretnam, CEO, 4S Consulting Services Inc. “As an OHS partner, AMO members will benefit from the products and services that have helped several municipalities to build and manage safety programs easily and effectively while improving productivity.”
This is the latest of several AMO partnerships aimed at helping municipal governments access services that are tailored to Ontario municipal needs and that help improve efficiency at special pricing for AMO members.
CLICK HERE to view the AMO News Release for full information.
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The 4S Advantage for AMO Members
In-Class & Online Trainings
- Chief Prevention Office (CPO)-approved Joint health and safety committees (JHSC) & Working at Heights (WAH) Certification Training
4S is a CPO-approved training provider for JHSC and Working at WAH Certification (full and refresher training). In addition, 4S can help AMO members meet with other in-class OHS training requirements through private sessions for power elevated work platforms such as forklift, scissor lift, boom lift, etc., WHMIS, confined spaces, spill response, workplace violence & sexual harassment, and emergency response, among others, at exclusive prices for AMO members.
- Four Mandatory OHS Trainings in Ontario
4S can help AMO members comply with the requirement of four mandatory OHS trainings, which include AODA, WHMIS 2015, H&S Awareness, and Workplace Violence & Sexual Harassment. 4S will be providing the 4 mandatory trainings at a discounted price to AMO members.
In addition to these, 4S has an extensive OHS training library comprising more than 80 online trainings such as ladder safety, workplace inspection, lock-out, electrical safety, fire safety, and accident investigation. The library has online trainings available in French.
Health and Safety (H&S) Consulting Support
4S can provide H&S consulting support to AMO members, which includes preparing a detailed job hazard analysis (hazard assessment), writing policies & procedures, preparing safety manual, mentoring staff, performing safety compliance audits/gap analysis periodically to provide management with a roadmap, and support with WSIB’s Workwell Audit.
For members interested in any of the above services, please CLICK HERE.
If you would like to discuss about your municipality’s Health and Safety needs, please CLICK HERE.