Occupational Health & Safety

Occupational Health & Safety Services in San Diego and Southern California


Kasai Consulting designs efficient and cost-effective processes and programs to keep work environments safe and in regulatory compliance. Our team of specialized experts—including certified industrial hygienists (CIH), certified safety professionals (CSP) safety engineers, ergonomists, Certified Asbestos Consultants (CAC), Site Surveillance Technician (SST), and Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMM)—will help you effectively manage occupational health and safety risks.

We can assist you with:

  • Comprehensive written policies and procedures that define your occupational health and safety program, such as:

  • Injury and illness prevention

  • Hazard communication

  • Emergency action

  • Fire prevention

  • Chemical hygiene

  • Bloodborne pathogens and exposure control

  • Respiratory protection

  • Ergonomics

  • Industrial hygiene

  • Potent compounds

  • Hearing conservation

  • Fall protection

  • Lockout/Tag out

  • Hot work

  • Contractor safety

  • Confined space

  • Electrical Safety

  • OEL categorization strategies

  • OEL development

Solutions for radiation safety program management, including:

  • Permitting assistance for radioactive materials licensing, amendment requests, and radiation machine registration

  • Annual radiation safety program audit

  • Contamination surveys

  • Radioactive waste management and disposal

  • Site decommissioning plans and license termination


  • An ergonomic program to reduce or avoid repetitive stress injuries and neurovascular disorders, which Cal/OSHA cites as common workplace problems

  • A biosafety program and selection of the appropriate biosafety level for every new agent or material introduced into the workplace

  • Hazardous chemical and waste management and hazard identification systems

  • Proper inventory, storage, and handling of flammables and combustibles in compliance with NFPA guidelines in laboratory and institutional settings