Safety Standards - Gorman & Gorman
Gorman & Gorman Electric Co. strives to maintain a safe environment for all of our customers and employees. Below you will find a list of some of the standards we practice to maintain this environment. For more about our Safety practices, or to view our experience modification rate, click here.
Gorman & Gorman Safety Standards:
- State and Federal Law, as well as Company Policy, make the safety and health of our employees the first consideration in operating our business.
- Gorman & Gorman Electric Co. recognizes its obligation to train employees regarding the safety aspects of their jobs. We offer orientations, toolbox safety training meetings, hazard communications training and other special safety training sessions to accomplish this.
- The Superintendent of each project will be responsible for the safety program, including weekly safety meetings. He will also be responsible for the enforcement of the Safety and Health Plan and all applicable portions of OSHA requirements.
- Each foreman will be responsible for the safety of his crew. He will acquire the proper tools and materials for the job at hand. He will also, prior to beginning work, review the task to be performed and the hazards associated with each task. He will make sure this crew uses proper personal protective equipment.
- First aid and medical facilities will be available at each project location. Supervisors and foreman applying first aid will receive adequate first aid/CPR and blood borne Pathogen instruction from a qualified instructor before being assigned with first aid responsibilities.
- Gorman & Gorman Electric Co. maintains a drug and alcohol free work zone policy. Employees shall be subject to drug tests and searches as outlined in the Safety and Health Manual. Additionally, current employees may be asked to submit a pre-employment drug screen before starting on any job.