On-staff OSHA certified safety inspector, answerable directly to the General Manager
Considerable expenditure for quality tools
Proper safety equipment
Direct managerial involvement in all projects
Just a few of the safety awards we have earned over recent years.
These days, safety is acknowledged by most any contractor. Successful contractors must realize safety is a real bottom line issue; it's no different than equipment or material costs, overhead or bond costs. Furthermore there is the real human cost of safety. When a contractor takes care of its people, the benefits are more than just bottom line.
Southwest Electric’s commitment to safety is reflected in the extensive resources utilized in carrying out the safety program. Every project manager, superintendent and foreman has a safety manual. This manual reflects the years of experience of the management team and includes 124 pages of detailed instructions.
Topics include tool box safety meetings, jobsite emergency procedures, accident investigation, first aid, personal protective equipment, hazard communication program, confined space policies, fall protection, assured grounding, lifts and scaffolding, and most important to electricians: lockout/tagout procedures.
No safety program can be effective without rewards and consequences. On the consequence side, superintendents meter out discipline for infractions in a stepped program spelled out clearly in the employee handbook. The purpose of this discipline is to quickly bring an employee into compliance with company safety goals.
To assist the general contractors, facility managers and building owners, Southwest Electric...
Can furnish a job specific or situation specific safety plan
Carry workman’s compensation insurance through Texas Mutual and its AGC membership discount.
Keep a full set of SDS sheets and required postings at all jobsites. The required posted OSHA 300 log is kept posted at the main office.
Southwest looks forward to partnering with you on your next project and to reaching our goal of zero accidents, and zero injuries.
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