Keeping People Safe and on the Job

Achieve OSHA and EPA Compliance with Safex’s Team of Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Consultants.


More Productivity

Safex helps businesses throughout Ohio and the Midwest create safer workplaces for fewer injuries and more productivity.

OSHA & EPA Compliance

Our team of safety specialists and Certified Industrial Hygienists work to get your job sites and facilities OSHA & EPA compliant.

More Time

Occupational Health & Safety with Safex professionals allows you to spend time on your job while having peace of mind.

Your Health and Safety Resource Since 1992

What You’ll Get When You Work With Us

Our team will be at the ready to solve your occupational health, safety and environmental challenges. We’re flexible, responsive and professional, yet fun.

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Open Enrollment Training

Industries We Serve

In 30 years, we’ve worked with nearly every industry. From food manufacturing to solar farms and everything in between, we’ll apply the knowledge we have to solve unique challenges in your industry.

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Companies that love working with us!

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Recent Articles

OSHA’s Final Rule to Amend the Hazard Communication Standard

OSHA has amended the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align primarily with the seventh revision of the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). The final rule was published on May 20, 2024, and is effective on July 19, 2024. OSHA has implemented a tiered approach for establishments to come into compliance. The first deadline is November 2025.  See the Effective Date chart below.

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Mental Health in the Workplace

Importance of Mental Health in the Workplace  Mental health is crucial in the manufacturing industry due to the unique stressors faced by workers. Effective programs and policies, such as EAPs, mental health training, work-life balance initiatives, and supportive...

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Update to the New OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements

OSHA  made updates to the electronic injury and illness reporting rules that will be in effect starting on January 1, 2024. Here is a quick video to explain what is the same, what industries are impacted and what new information needs to be reported.  Watch the Video...

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