Safety Assistance and Consultations
Application for On-Site Safety Consultation
Safety Consultation Program
The Kansas Department of Labor (KDOL) can provide your company with a FREE safety and health consultation. More than 1,200 employers request our consultations every year.
KDOL safety and health consultations can:
- Help control workers compensation insurance premiums
- Improve the safety and health of your employees
- Increase productivity
- Increase profitability
Benefits of a Free Consultation
Using the free consultation program, employers can find out about potential hazards at their worksites and improve safety and health management practices.
- It's a business investment.
- Improved safety can increase production, decrease work comp premiums and help your overall bottom line.
- It's confidential. Your name, your firm's name and any information about your workplace will not be reported to anyone outside your company.
- You can't be fined by a consultant. You are required to correct safety hazards, but there are no financial penalties.
- The KDOL consultation program is designed for smaller businesses. It's designed to meet your needs.
Get more details on the consultation program. Download the K-ISH 100 consultation program brochure.
K-ISH 100-A Spanish Version
Contact us at:
Kansas Department of Labor
Industrial Safety and Health
417 SW Jackson St.
Topeka, Kansas 66603-3327
What are Kansas businesses saying about the KDOL Consultation program?
On benefits of improved safety in the workplace
"Currently, we reap the benefits of lower workers compensation costs, decreased injury/illness rates and increased productivity. Safety makes good business sense; we highly recommend networking with KDOL, which can provide
you with the necessary resources to build a successful safety culture specific to your needs." -- Sandra Hoffman, Community Health Care Systems safety coordinator, Centralia, Frankfort, Holton, Onaga and St. Marys
On workplace safety and employees
"Because of this (safety consultations), we were able to evolve from a safety program mentality to a safety culture reality. Everyone has accountabilities and responsibilities. Management is not the exception, it is the example.
Everyone is held accountable for the choices they make." - Richard Brauer, Human Resources consultant, American Maplan Corporation, McPherson
"Production and quality ultimately reap the rewards when employee morale is improved by a company which gives precedence to employee safety." -- Debra Lizalde, Human Resources, Lowen Corporation, Hutchinson
"The consultations helped us shine, to improve on a daily basis. If you are serious about the safety and health of your employees, you will take advantage of the SHARP program." -- Paul Maness, Safety Manager, Farrar Corporation,
Norwich and Manhattan
"SHARP is a very good way for employers to take a proactive approach in developing a superior safety program, with the help and oversight of the regulating community. Through SHARP, employees began to conscientiously watch
and recognize hazards. They took responsibility along with the employer for working safely and providing a safe work environment." -- Paul Dalke, director of safety and environment, Beachner Grain, Erie