C & J Enterprise

Las Vegas, Nevada 

Phone: 702-557-1006

Construction & General Industry
OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Construction Training
OSHA 10  & 30 Hour General Industry Training
EM 385 Training USACE / NAVFAC

On site Safety Training * On site Inspections * Safety Audits

What is a safety audit

Auditing is a core safety management activity, providing a means of identifying potential problems before they have an impact on your employees in injuries and illnesses. Most injuries in the workplace occur due to unsafe behaviors rather than unsafe conditions.  C & J Enterprise focuses on safety programs and behaviors while safety inspections focus on the facility, equipment, and tools. 

Safety regulatory audit means a systematic and independent examination conducted by a safety professional at C & J Enterprise. C & J Enterprise determines whether complete safety-related arrangements or elements thereof, related to processes and their results, products or services, comply with required safety-related standards and whether they are implemented effectively and are suitable to achieve expected results; the health and safety of your employees. 


C & J Enterprise safety audits are conducted in order to assess in the degree of compliance with the applicable safety regulatory requirements and with the procedural provisions of your Safety Management System if one is in place.

Safety auditing is an element of safety management system which subjects the activities of workers, employers and subcontractors to work safely and to know that your safety programs are effective. An audit may include one or more components of the total system, such as safety policy, training, management participation, operating procedures, emergency procedures, etc. The aim is to disclose the strengths and weaknesses, to identify areas of risk and devise corrective actions. The outcome of the audit will be a report, followed by an action plan prepared by C & J Enterprise and approved by upper management.

Typically, there are four main areas of a OSHA safety audit. These are recordkeeping, employee training, procedures and compliance. When auditing records, C & J Enterprise makes certain that written programs are current and documentation of training is in place, evaluates employees' training for frequency and content, compares procedures, such as confined space, with regulation requirements and looks at the facility for unsafe conditions, like blocked exits, which merit correction.



C & J Enterprise begins a safety audit by reviewing previous accidents and injuries at your facility,  identify areas with a high frequency of employee incidents by reviewing your OSHA 300 Logs, which is a federally required record of injury that can be used to pinpoint areas that need improvement. Safety audits may be scheduled or unannounced and audits can include management, supervisors/leads, project teams, and even employee committees.  C & J Enterprise can conduct audits wherever employees work, such as group/team work areas, individual workspaces, in the office, facility, or field locations.  

When performing an audit, C & J Enterprise can note unsafe areas and develop a time frame for corrections, follow up to assess improvements and keep documentation of all audits.
Periodic workplace safety audits prevent injuries and accidents. Audits are important to effective safety management as a continuous process of workplace safety planning, analysis, and correction when needed.

C & J Enterprise helps analyze employee behavior and their understanding and compliance with safety procedures and programs. Audits include observations of employee working habits doing a variety of job tasks.  C & J Enterprise walks through the workplace focusing on given job tasks and observe employee behaviors, are employees following procedures such as conducting grounding and lockout/tagout, are they wearing required personal protective equipment, are they lifting properly and following good ergonomics?

  • C & J Enterprise reviews safety programs, policies, and procedures to check that they cover employee job tasks and hazards.  If the policies are not adequate or too complex, new procedures should be written and C & J Enterprise can help there too. 
  • C & J Enterprise can audit the employee training program, ensuring that it prepares employees for their job tasks by providing compliance training and specific training for higher hazard or complex job tasks.
  • C & J Enterprise will supply an audit review and report listing the findings and the OSHA standards.

Call now to get your company started in this valuable service or just to make sure you are in compliance.


It is our goal to increase employee morale and workplace productivity by reducing incidents, insurance premiums and workplace risk exposure. We will accomplish this goal through increased employee education, written safety programs that are beneficial to the user and an overall heightened safety awareness in your organization. 

We now offer weekend OSHA 10 hour Construction classes with 5 students at your facility.
Please call for more information.

Training in;

OSHA 1926 10 Hour Construction Standards
OSHA 1926 30 Hour Construction Standards
US Army Corps of Engineer (USACE)
Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
The thirty hour construction outreach training course is a comprehensive safety program designed for safety directors, safety officers, foremen, and field supervisors or anyone involved in the construction industry. OSHA recommends the 30 hr. outreach training course as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926 Construction Standards.

The thirty hour general industry outreach training course provides complete information on OSHA compliance issues. OSHA recommends the 30 Hour general industry outreach training programs as an orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1910 General Industrial Standards.

30 years in the Safety Industry



September 1, 2013
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