Safety

SCGCIn order to remain prequalified with many of its clients, The Righter Company needs to have a good safety record and a proven history of completing difficult projects.  The Righter Company takes a proactive approach to safety on all projects.  The field workforce receives regular training. All employees have attended OSHA’s 10-hour training.  Field Supervisors receive additional OSHA training, excavation training, First Aid & CPR training.

 

Our Safety Program Includes:

  • Comprehensive Safety Policy with Published and Posted Rules
  • Mandatory Pre-Employment Drug Testing
  • New Hire Employee Safety Orientation
  • Drug Free Workplace Program with Random Testing
  • Safety Committee (periodic)
  • Safety Crew Leaders
  • Jobsite Tracking of Accidents and Company Lunches for Months with no Accidents
  • Company Provided Personal Protective Equipment for Each Employee
  • Daily Jobsite Inspections
  • Daily Equipment Inspections
  • DOT Testing and Compliance
  • Monthly Safety Inspections by an Independent Safety Consultant
  • Independent Safety Consultant on Retainer for Specific Questions and Consultation
  • Weekly Tool-Box Safety Talks and Meetings
  • OSHA 10 Hour Training for all Employees
  • OSHA 30 Hour Training for all Supervisors and Project Managers
  • Safety Incentive Plan for all Field, Supervisors and Project Managers
  • Weekly Safety Paycheck Stuffers (periodic)
  • Annual Safety Goals and Monitoring to Track Performance
  • Safety Hotline
  • Participation in the Safety Council of Greater Columbus-Monthly Meetings
  • OSHA Record Keeping Requirements
  • Pre-job Review of Safety-Job Hazard Analyses
  • Pre-job Arrangements for Emergency Medical Services
  • Competent Person Training
  • Special Training for Specific Jobsite Hazards (examples below)
    • Excavation
    • Confined Space
    • Flagging/Work Zone
    • Crane Signal & Rigging
  • Online Resources(JJ Keller) for Safety
  • First-Aid Training
  • CPR Training
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine for any Employees as Needed
  • Annual Safety Investment Approx. $60,000