Return to Work
Services and Information to Assist You in New Efforts to Keep Your Workplace Safe
Return to Work Services
Rethinking Safety & Health in Our Workplaces
Safety and health of our employees is top of mind right now. The response to COVID-19 is making all of us rethink the way we handle safety and health in the workplace. Use iSi as a resource to give you an outside perspective of what can be done, and a resource for getting it done.
iSi has cleaning crews available to clean and disinfect your facility for coronavirus or any hazardous material.
HVAC UV Light Systems
iSi can design and install custom UV light systems to disinfect your HVAC system of viruses, bacteria and mold.
Distance Learning & Onsite Training
iSi can conduct EHS training via online methods, or provide an onsite trainer to reduce employee travel exposures.
Worker Exposure Assessments
iSi can conduct sampling of employees for occupational exposures to cleaning chemicals, water systems, indoor air quality issues and more.
Gatekeeper Onsite Services
iSi can provide onsite personnel to assist with COVID-related activities such as temperature taking.
iSi can provide assistance in strengthening your PPE disinfection procedures.
Cleaning Chemical Determinations
Not all disinfectants will work with all surfaces. iSi can help you find EPA-approved disinfectants for all types of materials.
Airborne Bacteria Sampling
iSi can conduct air sampling of the effectiveness of your HVAC and cleaning systems in reducing airborne bacteria.
Return to Work Information
Check out our recent articles related to Return to Work issues:
Disinfecting Your Workplace
It’s important to know the exposure, affectiveness, and legal ramifications of the disinfectant you choose to use at your faclility.
Stagnant Water in Your Water System
If your building has been closed up or has had limited occupancy, building water systems that have been sitting stagnant can provide a host of environmental and health issues.
COVID Employeee Complaints
OSHA is getting increased employee reports about COVID-related matters and so they’ve issued a inspection guidance to their inspectors.
In which instances would employee exposures to COVID-19 become an OSHA recordable?
EPA Enforcement During Shutdown
What is EPA doing regarding compliance enforcement during these times when businesses are shutdown or at reduced capacity?