Safety on construction sites is essential. In fact, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has an entire section of its website dedicated to outlining the rules for safety on construction sites and those who work there. Any plumbing contractor contributing to a new construction project must meet specific safety requirements that may depend on the specifications of the job. Therefore, to avoid incidents and keep workers safe, all plumbing professionals on the new construction sites need safety training.
Safety Training Is a Must
First, before getting on the construction site, safety training is essential. This education is part of the responsibility of being a plumbing contractor. However, even the best people over time may need a little extra help. Therefore, we put safety as a major focus for our teams on construction projects.
Training in safety is only one part of the additional education we provide our plumbing contractors. Safety, computer-aided design, installation, and more are parts of our program to teach our contractors the latest information to keep them updated on the best practices in the field. This training is one way that our plumbing contractors can ensure the quality of our new residential construction projects.
Regular Meetings to Remind of Safety Rules and Standards
Extra safety training keeps workers aware of any changes to standards or specific things to watch out for on a construction site. We hold meetings to convey this information each week with our teams. Because we work on large residential projects that may involve multiple homes at once, we need our team members to know exactly what safety standards to follow and the quality required of each installation. Therefore, we give them weekly reminders to stay aware.
Request Us at Plumbing Concepts – We Hold Each Plumbing Contractor to a High Safety Standard
If you need a team of plumbing contractors for your large-scale new residential construction projects, you need Plumbing Concepts. We’ve served Southern California for more than three decades and are still going strong. One reason for our company’s strength lies in our commitment to safety for all our employees. Contact us today for references or more information about hiring us as your plumbing contractors.