Z-Tex is a revered privately owned entity specializing in Occupational Safety & Health consulting and training services, meticulously designed to meet the diverse needs of various industries including Construction, Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, and Mining. Z-Tex has a robust commitment to fostering safer, compliant, and more productive work environments. The company is distinguished for its unparalleled expertise, comprehensive solutions, and innovative approaches in mitigating occupational hazards and enhancing workplace safety.
We are dedicated to empowering companies to navigate the intricate landscape of occupational safety, offering consulting services that include risk assessments, safety audits, compliance reviews, and policy development. Our training programs are meticulously crafted to equip workforce and management with the knowledge and skills essential for adhering to safety regulations, optimizing operational efficiency, and ensuring the wellbeing of all personnel.
SAFETY AND HEALTH CONSULTING
WORKER INJURY CLAIM MANAGEMENT
PROJECT SAFETY REPRESENTATION
SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
REPRESENTATION DURING OSHA INSPECTIONS
SAFETY & HEALTH RECORD KEEPING
SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINING
RECRUITMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
PROJECT SAFETY & HEALTH INSPECTIONS
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE SAMPLING FOR CRYSTALLINE SILICA
CONTESTING OSHA CITATION
SAFETY & HEALTH AUDITS
WE STRIVE TO SPREAD AWARENESS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY TRAINING.
"Contractor was not confined space trained. Oscar Zamarron is an expert in workplace safety.
He says toxic fumes are not uncommon in permit-required confined spaces, and companies that go in them need special training. OSHA defines a permit-required confined space as an area that has restricted means for exit and entry, isn’t designed for continuous employee occupancy, and also can have a hazardous atmosphere or other safety issues. “All that training has to take place before they actually go in there,” said Zamarron. “They need to understand the dangers.” That training includes using monitors to check for hazardous gases, airing out the fumes, and using a harness and other equipment to help workers in and out."
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