SRP Environmental Announces New Director of Operations for Dallas


JUNE 01, 2018  DALLAS, TEXAS – SRP Environmental is pleased to announce the promotion of Logan Sampson to Director of Operations for the Dallas and Fort Worth area.  This office provides full-service environmental and industrial hygiene services to include environmental reporting, site assessments, soil and groundwater testing, asbestos and mold surveys, employee exposure monitoring, noise monitoring, and indoor air quality.  Additional services include site safety audits and safety training.

Eight years ago, Sampson began working as an environmental technician intern during the summers. After graduating from Baylor University in Waco, Texas with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Entrepreneurship, Sampson joined SRP Environmental in Dallas as a Project Manager.   As his career grew with SRP, he became an integral part of the National Disaster Response team.

“Sampson’s knowledge of the Dallas Fort Worth market and leadership as director will ensure we’re helping clients with environmental and safety compliance,” says SRP Environmental. “We are confident Sampson’s background and business experience is well suited to lead the next phase of SRP’s growth and success.”

In addition to servicing the Dallas area, Sampson is able to provide environmental and safety compliance services to companies throughout Oklahoma.

The recent expansion reflects SRP’s innovative company goals that focus on quality client service, and cost-saving solutions.  With over 20 years of experience and 11 locations, 5100 clients have experienced the SRP Difference.  SRP plans to continue to hire qualified and highly trained consultants, while adding services to complement their core business offerings.

For more information, call SRP Environmental at (866) 222-4972 or visit online at www.srpenvironmental.com.


Logan Sampson
Director of Operations
Email: logan@srpenvironmental.net
Mobile: (972) 213-0811


SRP Environmental is a full-service environmental, industrial hygiene and safety consulting firm headquartered in Shreveport, Louisiana.  Since 1996, SRP has leveraged its diverse knowledge base to ensure that clients are in compliance with applicable environmental, industrial hygiene and safety regulations.  SRP supports companies nationwide in the oil and gas, agricultural, manufacturing, construction and healthcare industries.


Key Benefits of Annual Safety Training


Workplace safety plays an integral part in the day to day operations in any company, which ultimately increases productivity and your bottom line.  Without safety, workers are exposed to dangerous situations, reckless activities and threat of injury or illness, or even death.

Here’s some interesting statistics: Only 1 in 5 new workers receive safety training.  That’s a scary thought. That means that 80% of new hires are sent to perform their work tasks without proper training and knowledge of workplace hazards.  It’s no surprise that workers in their first month are three times as more likely to lose work days due to injuries, as opposed to workers who have have employed longer.

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Why should you institute annual refresher safety training?

SRP Environmental Safety TrainingFirst and foremost, annual safety training is required by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).  If an OSHA inspector were to show up at your facility, one of the things they will ask for is a copy of the company health and safety manual, and safety training records.  We have also found that clients require hired companies be in compliance with required OSHA training.  Don’t risk not being able to perform work for a great and profitable client.

Secondly, safety training is crucial to reducing workplace accidents.  Common words that are said by employees involved in accidents are: “I didn’t think”, “I didn’t see”, and “I didn’t know.”  The last phrase,”I didn’t know”, is absolutely unacceptable.  Make it a priority to see that workers complete adequate safety training before they begin work on their own.

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Lastly, enforcing annual training creates a culture of safety.  A safety culture has to begin with top management in order for workers to accept and appreciate workplace safety.  If their managers or supervisors do not follow safety procedures, then why should they?  Additionally, you as an employer are investing in your workers when you provide any type of training, including skilled training and safety training.  A safer workplace increases productivity by not having loss of days due to injuries and can minimize OSHA recordables which lowers the TRIR.

What are the required annual safety training topics?

OSHA provides an extensive review of what training is required and when. The publication can be found here or you can visit www.osha.gov.

Notable OSHA Required Annual Training:

  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Confined Space (Non-Permit & Permit Required)
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Safety & Fire Extinguishing Systems
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hearing Protection
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Respiratory Protection

There are several other safety topics that require training periodically or when standards/procedures change.  For example, ladder safety training should be implemented when equipment changes.  However, we do recommend including ladder safety in annual training.

Need guidance on annual safety training?  Call SRP and speak to one of our safety consultants to develop a custom training program to meet the needs of your company.  Call us at (318) 222-2364 or visit us online.   We have seven convenient locations in Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Honolulu, Midland, Shreveport and Pittsburgh.  Located elsewhere? Let us come to you.