Walden places a strong emphasis on health and safety in every workplace. Health and safety is paramount to your business’s success, the well-being of your workforce, and ultimately your bottom line. At Walden practical and workable application of OSHA and NYSDOH regulations and Guidelines are paramount to us. If the Plan is hard to implement then compliance will not be obtained which is why Walden works toward workable solutions in all cased. From safety training to compliance, Walden has what you need. Listed below are a few of the services we provide to help ensure your safety and OSHA compliance. Remember, an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.
On March 7, 2020, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued Executive Order 202, declaring a state of emergency in New York in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 20, 2020, the State declared that all non-essential workers were to work from home, immediately. As the State and the Country implemented measures aimed at reducing the spread of the virus, Walden formed a committee to research the COVID-19 pandemic with the ultimate goal of developing re-opening plans to support our clients and to ensure that employees returned to work in a safe and comfortable matter, when allowed to do so. read more
Walden managed the construction oversight during Con Edison’s removal and replacement of outfall piping that passed through this power generating company’s property. Walden was retained by our client, the power generating company facility owner, to guarantee that the work was completed without damaging their property. In addition, Walden was also responsible for ensuring that the on-site contractors followed the project Health and Safety Plan, as well as all OSHA, NYSDEC and USEPA regulations during the work. read more
Walden prepared a 29 CFR 1910.120 Health and Safety Plan, a 29 CFR 1910.134 Confined Space Plan, and a 29 CFR 1910.1030 Bloodborne Pathogen Protection Plan for municipal employees of a large township on Long Island. In order for Walden to understand the operations that went on within the Township, Walden went on site tours, interviewed key employees, and reviewed existing policies. read more
Walden was retained as a Health and Safety consultant on this project at New York’s LaGuardia Airport. The seawall contractor found free product jet fuel in test pits dug on the land side of the sea wall and submitted a costly change order. Walden was brought on board to help the the design/construction management firm come up with a better solution. read more
Walden was retained to develop a 29 CFR 1910.120 HAZWOPER Health and Safety Plan for site construction activities at JFK Airport for the construction of the Skanska AirTrain. In addition, Walden prepared an Excess Material Disposal Plan (EMDP) to manage excavation spoils associated with the AirTrain construction project; the spoils were contaminated with jet fuel. read more