Protect Your Employees from Dangerous Situations and Workplace Hazards with Effective Health & Safety Management Solutions

Each year, thousands of manufacturing employees are injured as a result of compliance failures in the workplace. Between safety violation fines, penalties, lost workdays, and decreased company morale, employee accidents are both financially and operationally damaging to your business.

CMTC’s goal is to make sure that the companies we work with understand the applicable safety standards and continuously keep employee safety top of mind. We provide smaller manufacturers with the resources of larger companies. Our manufacturing experts analyze any unnecessary risks from an industrial safety standpoint and advise on potentially hazardous situations. And, when they are found? Our team will explain how to remediate the hazards to ensure that safety gaps are closed and compliance is maintained with all regulatory and legal requirements.

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Most Frequently Cited OSHA Compliance Violations

The following is a list of the most frequently cited standards following inspections of worksites by federal OSHA. OSHA publishes this list to alert manufacturers about these commonly cited standards so they can take proactive steps to find and fix these hazards before problems occur.



Fall Protection


Hazard Communication




Respiratory Protection


 Hazardous Energy 




Industrial Trucks


Machine Guarding


Eye Protection


Electrical Equipment

Far too many preventable injuries and illnesses occur in the workplace. Instead of using significant resources to investigate and address accidents, it is more effective to prevent them from happening in the first place. Your health and safety management program should address the following:

  • Employee safety habits
  • Workplace safety review
  • Creating sustainable practices
  • Training program
  • Written program for compliance

To provide a safe working environment for employees and avoid penalties, manufacturers must develop a comprehensive approach to health and safety management.

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Why Does Having The Most Updated Safety Services Matter to Your Manufacturing Business?

Many small and medium-sized manufacturers don’t have the resources to stay on top of local, state, and federal safety requirements—especially when they’re trying to focus on big-picture business goals. With CMTC’s help, manufacturers can simply call us to help them implement workplace safety best practices.

Ensures Employee Safety

The manufacturing industry experiences a number of employee injuries and illnesses each year. Ensuring your employees' safety is of the utmost importance—and, taking such precautions will make your employees feel like your company values their well-being. This will also help employees know that they are cared about, which can also help reduce costly employee turnover!

Avoids Fines & Penalties

Not taking the appropriate steps to ensure employee safety and wellness can incur penalties.

Maintains California Compliance

Of all fifty states, California has the most rigorous and voluminous safety requirements for manufacturers, as well as the most prescriptive human resources and employment policies. Civil penalties for not maintaining California compliance can be high.

What Makes CMTC’s
Health & Safety Services Unique?

As the trusted advisor to California's small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs), the goal of CMTC’s Health & Safety service is to ensure that smaller manufacturing businesses are implementing the right safety standards and have access to the safety resources they need.

Access to CMTC’s Consulting Network

When you work with CMTC, you receive not just our expert knowledge, but the expertise from our numerous niche consulting networks. Regardless of your operations and industrial risks, you have access to not only experts in safety, processing equipment, and preventative maintenance, but also consultants with experience in numerous special processes such as welding, heat treating, passivation, anodizing, etc.





Training from Manufacturing-Exclusive Experts

CMTC’s main focus area is on industrial safety. As a result, our experts specialize in equipment and machinery safety, as well as understand a multitude of complex manufacturing processes. Instead of working with safety consultants with backgrounds in administration, you receive training from industrial manufacturing professionals who actually understand your field and the unique dangers associated with it. All of our health and safety consultants have twenty-plus years of experience and receive annual in-service training to remain current and stay aware of the latest safety standards affecting the industry.

Customized Solutions Designed Specifically For Manufacturers

Every safety solution is customized for each manufacturer and our network of niche consultants can answer essentially any question out there!

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Technical Safety Training
Programs Offered by CMTC

To help small and medium-sized manufacturers achieve a safer workplace, CMTC offers the following services:
  • Health & Safety Assessment
  • Health & Safety Assessment

    Best practices dictate that companies understand where they fall on the compliance spectrum. If you don’t have the expertise to do the assessment in-house, CMTC’s experts will assess your manufacturing processes and overall operations for you to help identify any safety and compliance gaps that need to be addressed.

  • IIPP - Injury & Illness Prevention Program
  • IIPP - Injury & Illness Prevention Program

    After the assessment, CMTC’s experts will develop a customized health and safety plan with you to close any safety gaps found, as well as address any evolving legislative and regulatory requirements. This also includes developing a customized safety manual and Injury & Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). Note: Recent California law changes now require CA employees to include COVID-19 prevention measures in their IIPPs. 

  • OSHA Compliance & Regulations
  • OSHA Compliance & Regulations

    There is a tremendous volume of health and safety requirements all industrial businesses must follow for OSHA compliance. If this is found to be overwhelming, manufacturers can turn to CMTC! Our experts ensure that you are operating with all local, state, and federal requirements that pertain to your industry sector.
  • Training Programs in Multiple Languages
  • Training Programs in Multiple Languages

    CMTC offers these health and safety services in several languages, including:

    • English
    • Spanish
    • Vietnamese
    • Tagalog
    • And, more!

    Don’t see your language listed here? CMTC will bring in a consultant who speaks your language to provide manufacturing safety and OSHA compliance training customized for you!

  • OSHA-Style Safety Audits
  • OSHA-Style Safety Audits

    CMTC can provide detailed technical training on any of the most popular OSHA-examination areas, including:
    • Accident investigations
    • Prime movers
    • Aerial lifts
    • Aerosol can disposal
    • Electrical shop hazards
    • Bloodborne pathogens
    • Catalyst handling
    • Hazardous waste disposal
    • Compressed gas cylinders
    • Door exit routes
    • And, much more!

    Our approach is to teach the industry best practices for safety and compliance. We typically tailor a custom program to fit your company’s specific needs, or we can proactively conduct an OSHA-type safety audit.


    Human Resources Solutions

    CMTC offers legal compliance HR training for employee behavior and performance areas. Our human resources experts can guide your staff in the most complex HR situations, including subjects such as California employment laws; anti-harassment; sexual harassment; workplace bullying; cyberstalking; Diversity, Equity & Inclusion; and much more.

    Learn More About Our HR Solutions!

    Ready to Gain Peace of Mind in Your Workforce and Business?

    Elevate your manufacturing safety plan and ongoing employee training to protect your staff! For additional information, contact us for a complimentary consultation to review your needs and provide your manufacturing business with health and safety expertise customized for you.