Commitment to Safety

The Fundamental Components  of Our Corporate Health and Safety Plan are:

  • Preventive and corrective action

  • Auditing and self-inspection

  • Incident investigation and root cause analysis

  • Measure positive actions rather than negative results

  • Hold everyone accountable including laborers, foreman, supervisors, superintendents and project managers responsible for activities that make safety happen

  • Reward employees for performing these tasks

  • View every near-hit, every injury, every bit of property damage as a management failure

  • Make positive safety performances by supervisors and managers a component of promotion and retention

  • We know that our employees and their families suffer the most when on-the-job injuries occur. We are proactive in training and educating our employees to prevent accidents.

  • Our goal is zero reportable OSHA injuries.

  • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT / SAFETY TRAINING

  • Each employee engaged on Miami Wrecking projects are to wear the following Personal Protective Equipment where applicable 

  • Hard Hats

  • Safety Glasses

  • Reflective Safety Vests

  • Work Gloves where appropriate

  • Hearing Protection where appropriate

  • Fall Protection where appropriate, (see attached fall protection plan)

  • Note: 100% tie-off to be employed at all times when working within 6′ of a leading edge or in an area where a leading edge perimeter has not been established.
    Note: One employee at all times to be CPR / 1st Aid Certified
    Note: First – Aid Kit to be onsite at all times
    Note: Copy of site specific safety plan to be on site at all times
    Note: Copy of MSDS sheets to be onsite at all times
    Note: Hazardous Communication Plan to be onsite at all times

  • All employees working on the site to have received the following documented training where applicable:

  • Fall Protection Awareness

  • Overhead Hazard Awareness

  • Safe Burning Techniques

  • Lead Awareness Training

  • Safe Aerial Lift Usage

  • Site Specific Safety Training

  • Note: Take 5 Meeting to take place prior to the start of each shift and following lunch break:

  • Take 5 Meeting to review activities to be undertaking in the upcoming shift with a focus on protecting life and property.

  • Prompt to inspect personal protective equipment

  • Prompt to inspect all fall protection apparatus

  • Prompt to review fall protection plan

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