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Electrical Safety at United Electrical Contractors
Safety Policy Statement
Safety is a top priority at United Electrical Contractors, Inc. and to our customers. We are committed to the successful implementation and continuous improvement of our programs. The Safety Program at UEC, Inc is a management-driven program with a collaboration of our on-site supervision and employees at UEC, Inc. We have a written safety policy outlining all areas of safety concern and what we require and expect from our staff.
There are clear guidelines and written consequences for not adhering to our safety policy. This safety policy is continually reviewed, and amended are written to keep up with current standards and new equipment requirements. Before construction starts, site plans are reviewed to help determine if any specific safety items will need to be addressed to maintain a safe environment at every United Electrical Ccontractros Inc. job.
From the Safety Director
“Safety is an integral and key part of every project and its success. Our safety protocol consists of hands-on training and safety education in numerous categories. To ensure the safety of our employees and others, job site inspections are performed on non-scheduled events. Our No. 1 goal is to create a safe work site for our employees, other trades, and our customers.”
~ Douglas E. Sleep
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We have on-going training and updating to our safety program at UEC, Inc. The following list highlights our commitment to safety:
- Arc Flash/Fault Awareness
- Confined Space
- Construction Safety
- Electrical Safety Construction
- Fall Protection
- Fire Extinguisher
- Hand & Power Tools
- Intro to Safety
- Ladder Safety
- Lockout Tagout Safety
- Powerline Safety
- PPE Safety Awareness
- SDS – Safety Data Sheet Awareness
- Silica Dust Awareness
- Three Phase Motor Safety
- Backhoe Operator
- Man-Lift Safety Awareness
- Skid Steer Operator
- Telescoping Boom Fork-Lift
Equipment Operator Certification
*All site Forman’s are CPR/First Aid trained and certified.
The Safety Director’s responsibilities include monitoring all employee safety records, set up training programs, on-site job inspections, documentation of those inspections, authority to enforce MIOSHA standards and UEC safety