PSMCI we a offer a vast range of client service programs
exclusively for the ammonia industry. Our goal is to
assure that you achieve and maintain regulatory compliance
under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 and the EPA’s 40 CFR Part 68.
PSM Assessment Program developed by PSM Compliance,
Inc. is a comprehensive and detailed inspection and review
process of your entire PSM program. All fourteen elements
of PSM as developed and implemented at your facility are
scrutinized to assure compliance issues have been
addressed, documented, and meet regulatory compliance. The
scope of the assessment will include:
comprehensive review of your existing PSM Program to
assure your written plan for achieving regulatory
compliance meets both OSHA and EPA regulatory guidelines.
thorough examination of all support documentation
developed and implemented by your facility to ensure
ongoing compliance objectives are being maintained. Review
Participation. How much do they know, how much are they
Employee and Contractor
Training programs (is level of training equal to level of
Procedures (structure, content, and implementation).
Of Change (structure, follow-through, Pre-Startup Review).
Investigations (do they include near-misses and root
Hazard Analysis (quality and comprehensiveness of the
(thoroughness and follow-up of recommendations) .
Integrity (are you following “generally accepted good
engineering practices” as mandated by the regulation?).
Planning and Response (evacuations, alarm systems, first
Interviews with a
representative sampling of employees and key operations
Upon completion, a detailed
summary report is generated which will detail
non-compliance issues along with proposed
recommendations for meeting regulatory compliance.
PSM Assessment program is a tool to help you recognize and
correct regulatory issues that may exist at your facility.
Unlike a formal PSM Audit, which requires a record
retention of six years and must be made available to OSHA
inspectors, the PSM Program Assessment is non-regulatory
and any non-compliance issues identified or
recommendations generated as a result of the assessment
are not required to meet any federal record retention
schedules and, unless volunteered, would not be subject to
the normal OSHA inspection process.
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