Safety matters. Whether it's a commercial or residential project, it's important for us to keep in mind the personal health, safety, and well-being of our employees, as well as our customers. That is why we have implemented policies and procedures that do just that.
Employees receive an overall orientation of our safety policies upon hire, and also are given our safety manual. Each employee who is given the orientation and manual are responsible to learn these protocols and are encouraged to develop a continuing concern for the safety of themselves and others. They do this by making it a matter of personal commitment.
Supervisors have a role in ensuring themselves and those under them follow these procedures and have a responsibility for hands on training. Because safety rules and regulations are always changing it's important for our supervisors and management team to stay up to date on the most current safety standards, and to then ensure our staff are as well.
Because of this commitment to our safety program our customers can rest assured that our painters will arrive on their project sites fully equipped and trained to complete the tasks at hand in a safe and secure manner. This means our staff will have anything necessary and/or required for each project, i.e steel toed boots, safety glasses, hard hats, reflective vests, and if applicable, ear and/or fall protection.
Topics that our staff learn in their orientation and hands-on trainings include: ladder safety, fall protection, PPE, aerial lift safety, respirator safety, and other on-going basic safety topics.
Trainings that our staff go through beyond their standard safety orientation and hands-on training and receive credentials are as follows: OSHA 10, Infection Prevention in Healthcare Facilities, and Aerial Lift Operating.