Keeping People Safe and on the Job

What You’ll Get When You Work with Us

Less Injuries = More Productivity

OSHA & EPA Compliance

More Time

Recent News:

Get to Know Joe (Our New Intern)

Joseph Harkleroad is the newest safety intern joining the Safex team. He’ll be putting his classroom knowledge to work by supporting construction and general industry clients this summer. Joe is an incoming senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he is...

read more

Safex Team Teaching Gen Z at Otterbein University

Students at Otterbein University are learning real world occupational health and safety skills through Dianne Grote Adams’ instruction. This semester, Dianne is teaching Intro to EH&S with Gary Carlin, Safety, Health and Emergency Response Program Manager at...

read more

Get to Know Our Staff

Throughout the year we're introducing our health, safety and environmental consultants to you. Check back frequently as we add more.For the last two years, Mackenzie Barnwell, GSP, has been all in with industrial hygiene monitoring. She loves helping clients achieve...

read more

Compliance Updates

New OSHA Noise Hazard Program

OSHA announced a new Regional Emphasis Program (REP) to identify, reduce, and eliminate hazards associated with exposures to high levels of noise. The program was announced on June 14, 2021, and is for OSHA Region V, which includes Indiana, Illinois, Michigan,...

read more

Weighing Your Options with New Mask Guidance

Mask rules and mandates are changing fast and furiously. Here’s what employers need to know to navigate the change.  The CDC updated guidelines that no longer require fully vaccinated people to wear masks or socially distance.  Ohio, among other states, is removing...

read more

Tech Bulletins

Focus on Employees’ Mental Health This Month

In the world of occupational health and safety, physical safety is normally the priority. But what are you doing to support your workers’ mental health? Some new staggering stats show that 46%* of people now suffer from mental health issues (compared to 39% prior to...

read more

Update on N95 Respirator Usage

The Food and Drug Administration is now recommending that N95s no longer need to be sterilized and reused. U.S. N95 manufacturers 3M, MSA and Honeywell are now generally able to meet the demands for healthcare workers. Unless employers are having trouble sourcing N95s...

read more

How To Get Started

Hear from some of our Happy and Healthy Clients:

Discover why companies love working with us!