Safety should be cost-effective, flexible, and rewarding

HAWK Safety Advisers are loss control and safety management specialists.  Our model is designed to improve efficiency, reduce exposures and lower your total cost of risk.  It is fair to say that we are confident in our ability to deliver measurable results.  We invite you to schedule a no-cost introduction to better assess your operational needs and objectives.

Use the menu below for information on our service packages or contact us to build your own.

Contact HAWK-Safety
Get in touch with a HAWK safety adviser by calling (540) 343-4309, or drop us a line using the form below.
Needs Assessment
A written report and action plan identifying areas where safety performance may be enhanced or improved

The process starts with a fact-finding interview to evaluate needs and discuss objectives.  We will furnish and review a written report with key members of your operations.  The action plan will include a suggested follow-up schedule with a tentative agenda for each visit.  Each subsequent visit will be priced separately or packaged together as monthly or quarterly visits. 

  • Written safety program analysis
  • Primary worksite evaluation
  • OSHA reporting and training
  • In-house safety inspection process
  • Hazard communication
  • Modified/light duty program
  • Management systems, practices and procedures
  • Employee safety culture
  • Fleet management
  • Motor vehicle records
  • Driver policies
Supervisor Training
Invest in training for your supervisors and solicit their feedback for improving workplace safety.

We will engage your supervisors through a combination of training and open discussion.  This includes assigning responsibilities and applying leadership skills to become effective safety leaders.  We will furnish customized training material to assist supervisors with the tools and methods to incorporate safety into their daily management process. 

  • General supervisor duties
  • Effective communication
  • Workplace evaluations
  • Accident investigation
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Hazard communication
  • Claim reporting procedures
  • Assess safety training and resources
  • Safety committees
Employee Orientation
Bring your employees together for a training session where we will cover the basics of safety.

We will gather together your employees for a 1-hour session on the basics of safety and an overview of company safety rules.  Employees will engage in an interactive slide presentation, discuss elements of the formal safety program and attest to the receipt/understanding of company safety rules. 

  • General safety rules
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Fall protection
  • Ladder safety
  • Scaffolding safety
  • Electrical safety
  • Defensive driving
  • Back safety & proper lifting
  • Housekeeping
Fleet Management and DOT
Assistance provided to evaluate current fleet operations and compliance with the Department of Transportation.

A formal report will be reviewed with key members of the fleet operations team.  Special emphasis will be placed on driver files, driver logs, hiring practices, driver training, and maintenance practices and records.   

  • Customized self-inspections
  • Physical feet inspection
  • SAFER review
  • GPS use
  • Dispatch
  • Log review
  • Safety meetings
  • Accident investigation
  • Defensive driver training
  • SAMPLE fleet safety programs
Other A la Carte Services
These services may be added to any of our packages or let HAWK Safety Advisers tailor a package that is right for your business needs.*
  • OSHA requirements (GHS, Confined Spaces, Bloodborne Pathogens, Fall Protection, Record Keeping)
  • Regulatory dispute resolution
  • Safety programs
  • Machine guarding
  • Job safety analysis (JSA’s)
  • Plant or worksite inspections
  • Lockout/tagout
  • Motor vehicle safety
  • Safety consultant retainer

*Hourly rates apply with a 3-hour block minimum.

According to an Executive Survey of Workplace Safety conducted by Liberty Mutual, over two-thirds of business executives report a 3-dollar return to every 1 dollar spent on workplace safety.

According to the American Society of Safety Engineers, a comprehensive workplace safety program can decrease the likelihood of a workplace injury by 50%.

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that workers with only one year of employment attribute to 34% of all lost-time accidents.

Motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of death for workers.

Linsey Borders, ARM, ALCM, CDS

Linsey is a safety generalist with 37 years’ of experience servicing manufacturing, construction, hospitality, recreation/amusement, electrical utilities, fleet operations, and social service organizations.   Most recently, Linsey held the position of Sr. Loss Control Consultant/Fleet Specialist for a National Insurance Carrier.  Linsey has worked as a field supervisor for a construction company and HR manager for a national firm with over 4,000 employees in 40 states.
“I enjoy assisting clients by applying what I learn about their operations and breaking down their needs into small obtainable goals.  The objective is to lower costs, improve efficiencies and reduce exposures.”

Linsey offers professional assistance with safety programs, training presentations, loss prevention, hazard analysis and plant/worksite inspections.

Linsey is a proud veteran who served in the Navy for 7 years and attended the US Naval Academy.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology as well as an associate degree in Architecture.  Over the course of his career, he also earned ARM (Associate in Risk Management), ALCM (Associate in Loss Control Management) and CDS (Certified Director of Safety) designations.
Linsey uses his skills and experience to provide practical safety management services to companies that value loss control as an important part of their brand identity.