At Paul White Company, we know that safety needs to be a top priority in order for our team to get your project done well and done right. Following safety regulations and working deliberately keeps our people safe, it keeps your property safe, and it ensures a better outcome for all.
We recently had 45 new employees complete the OSHA-10 certification course seen in the photos above. The OSHA-10 course is 10 hours of safety education that covers everything from hazardous materials to fall prevention to electrical safety. Upon completion of the course, you must pass an exam to become certified. With nearly 4 dozen new members of our team newly trained, OSHA-10 certified, and ready to get to work, we’ll be able to keep providing our clients with the highest level of quality they have come to expect from us.
Our safety policy doesn’t just end there, though – our Safety Officer makes site visits to assess factors like overall safety, potential health hazards like lead presence and other issues before our team gets to work. He also makes visits while our teams are working, helping to ensure vigilance in adhering to safety regulations and processes.
One such safety policy that we have is a mandatory glove policy. All of our workers must wear gloves at all times. Since implementing that policy a year ago, laceration incidents among Paul White Company team members have decreased. This is good news for our workers and good news for our clients. When safety is a priority, productivity and quality also benefit.
At Paul White Company, we’re proud of the work we do and our team’s commitment to safety. When we’re all safe, we all benefit.