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The breadth of Occupational Health and Safety, Environmental, skill sets and abilities span the entire General Industry and Construction OSHA Standards under 29 CFR Part 1910 and 1926, respectively. ADLI International LLC has the capability to offer DOL OSHA 10-hour and 30-hour cards for both General and Construction Industries, via a current OSHA Authorized Trainer. Consultancy and training services can be adapted to analogue regulatory compliance of foreign countries with certain stipulations. Jurisdictions outside of the USA where ADLI International has had prior experience includes Mexico, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Ecuador, Brazil, Guyana, and Argentina. Regulatory compliance capabilities extend to Transportation of Hazardous Materials via road and rail.



  • Management System development, implementation, and employee awareness training for:

    1. ISO 9001:2015     - Quality Management System

    2. ISO 14001:2015 - Environmental Management System

    3. 1SO 45001:2018 - Occupational Health and Safety Management System

  • Management System quarterly and annual internal audits.

  • Safety Metrics (KPIS) development, reporting, training, and auditing.

  • Injury and Illness recordkeeping per 29 CFR Part 1904, case management and guidance.

  • Incident reporting and classification per OSHA and DOT.

  • Process Mapping and Development using Lean methodologies such as KAIZEN (5S).

  • Development and implementation of Standard Operating Procedures.

  • Site Safety Plan development and updating.

  • Site Emergency Action Plan development, implementation, drills and training.

  • Site inspections and walk-throughs.

  • Regulatory compliance inspections and walk-throughs.

  • Job Hazards Assessments (JHA)

  • Risk Assessment and Evaluation

    1. HAZID    -     Hazards Identification

    2. HAZOP   -     Hazards and Operability Studies

    3. PHA        -     Process Hazards Analysis (focused on processes and standard operating procedures (SOPs)

    4. LOPA      -     Layers-Of-Protection Analysis with focus on Safety Integrity Level to define relative levels of risk- reduction.

  • Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) program guidance, development, implementation, auditing, and training.

  • PPE Program development (PPE Policy, PPE needs assessments, PPE performance evaluations,  and inventory controls.


  1. Site Safety Orientation.

  2. Construction Site Traffic Control Plans.

  3. Contractor Safety Program Evaluation and Development.

  4. Contractor HSE performance vetting, against client’s master services agreement.

  5. Contractor safety compliance inspections and evaluations.

  6. Site waste management plans.

  7. Spill Prevention, Controls, and Countermeasures Plan development (SPCC).

  8. EPCRA (Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know) Compliance.

  9. HAZMAT Storage requirements per EPA, OSHA, NFPA, Industry Codes.



  1. Process Safety Management (PSM)

  2. Risk Management Program (RMP)

  3. Environmental Risk Assessments Phase I (ASTM E-1527-13) and Phase II (E-1903-11)

  4. All appropriate inquiries.

  5. Transportation of Hazardous Materials per 49 CFR Part 172 HMR.

  6. 49 CFR 172.704 Training Requirements Transportation Security Plan

  7. Emergency Management and Business Continuity Planning



  1. Design, develop, and deliver Safety, Health, and Environmental Training with alignment to standards and experience in the manufacturing, oil and gas production and refining, and construction industries.

  2. Prepare and deliver 10-hour and 30-hour General and Construction Industry OSHA Cards.

  3. Develop and Deliver First Aid, CPR, and AED Training, per American Red Cross training guidelines.

  4. Prepare and deliver enterprise leadership coaching and mentoring workshops.

  5. Develop and implement Behavior-based safety programs.



  1. Translations:

    • English - Spanish

    • Portuguese - Spanish

    • English - Portuguese

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