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Safety Consulting

Health and Safety Policy Statement:

“It is the policy of TEA, Inc. to use many effective methods of accident prevention in all phases of operation and administration. It is the intention of TEA management to provide a safe and healthy work environment for all TEA employees and subcontractors.TEA also works to establish and insist upon the use of all company and site safety practices and procedures at all times by all employees. The prevention of accidents is an objective affecting all levels of our company and its operations. It is, therefore, a basic requirement that each supervisor make the safety of all employees an integral part of his or her regular management function. It is equally the duty of each employee to accept and follow established safety regulations and procedures.”

TEA offers a complete and logical approach to risk management and the mitigation of hazards. Our experienced safety professionals work closely with clients to determine known and un-known risk factors, implement hazard mitigation methods, and incorporate risk management tactics to reduce risks in the workplace. We can complete a risk analysis of workplace tasks and can reduce workplace incidents, therefore reducing long run insurance cost from all lines of coverage. TEA has available many written safety programs, safety plans, policies, safety meetings, PowerPoint presentations, and offer onsite and/or virtual consulting to assist your needs. We seek to provide a complete approach to hazard and risk management and effective intervention in loss control claims to reduce case cost.


  • Emergency Action Plans
  • Fire Prevention Plans
  • Workplace hazard identification/site safety audits
  • Safety management database consulting and management
  • Safety program auditing
  • Safety policy and program creation
  • Interpreting OSHA standards
  • Safety training
  • Safety management tactics using leading and lagging indicators
  • Safety presentations
  • Health and Safety cultural evolution best practices