Protect yourself and those around you

Our goal is ZERO accidents every day

 
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we protect our partners

One of the ways we protect our partners is by training them in the following principles.

 

THE 3 ALWAYS

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Geared up

We require our tradesmen to always wear their Personal Protective Equipment to protect them from injuries. We like to call them the Big 5: Hardhat, Safety Glasses, Hi-Vis Shirt, Gloves, & Steel Toed Boots.

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Planned up

To have a plan is to be prepared for whatever may come your way. That’s why we train our partners to have a plan of action on their worksites so they know what to do in any scenario.

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Trained up

It’s important to never use a tool or do a task that you are not properly trained to do. That’s why we always tell our partners to get trained up in the proper tasks so they can complete their job successfully.

THE 3 NEVERS

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Settle

If better is possible, then good is no longer enough. We will never settle for “good enough.” We will always strive to do our best in every situation so you know you’re getting the best work.

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Look Away

Never look away when you see an unsafe act. One of the most courageous things you can do is report unsafe behavior. This will prevent an accident and be an educating experience for all.

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Take a Shortcut

We vow never to take a shortcut when it comes to doing something the right way. We know that shortcuts can lead to injury and other problems down the road. It is always better to do something the right way first.

 

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 we value protection over safety

At the end of the day, we want to make sure you go home safe at night.

 

PROTECTION

Way of life

proactive

positive

SAFETY

rules

reactive

negative

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 Our partner protection team

 

Frank Gonzalez

Kelly Shelton

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JW Isenhour

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Jeremy Simpson

 
If better is possible, then good is not enough.
— Benjamin franklin