SAFETY

As an electrical contractor, we are aware of the risks associated with the electrical industry. Because of this, SAFETY ON THE JOBSITE IS OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY. We have a dedicated Safety Director who is responsible for safety training, performing on-site safety inspections, and ensuring safety on a daily basis. He is responsible for managing and updating our Safety Program in order to minimize accidents on the jobsite. However, we know that safety must be a group effort; therefore, we also individually hold accountable our Supervisors and Employees:


Safety Accountabilities for all Supervisors:

  • • Conduct job-specific, weekly safety meetings with all employees.
  • • Discuss safety, quality and production at all Quarterly Foreman Meetings.
  • • Conduct weekly department inspections, with employee input, and write safety work orders as needed.
  • • Interact one-on-one with employees weekly to discuss safe work behaviors and develop their safety knowledge and skills.
  • • Assist in accident investigations with root cause determination.
  • • Set an example for safe behavior. Show commitment to safety, and wear the proper personal protective equipment.
  • • Report on these activities weekly.
  • • Conduct observations.
  • • Provide regular communication on safety issues with all employees.
  • • Acquire additional knowledge through company sponsored First-Aid, CPR, AED and OSHA 30 Hour training for the construction industry.

    Safety Accountabilities for all Employees:
    • • Participate in job-specific weekly safety meetings.
      • Discuss safety, quality and production at all meetings.
    • • Give appropriate input during weekly safety inspections.
    • • Interact with and be accountable to supervisors regarding safe work behaviors, and develop safety knowledge and job skills.
    • • Aid in accident analysis as needed.
      • Set an example for safe behavior. Show commitment to safety, and wear the proper personal protective equipment.
    • • Follow all applicable safety and health guidelines.
    • • Report unsafe conditions to their immediate supervisor.
      • Practice good housekeeping.
    • • Acquire additional knowledge through company sponsored First-Aid, CPR, AED and OSHA 10 Hour training for the construction industry.




Allied Electric Services, Inc. | P.O. Box 2691 | Georgetown, TX 78627-2691 Phone (512) 930 - 0767 | Fax (512) 868 - 1250 | TECL # 21659

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