Pro Steel Safety 

It is the policy of Contractor to provide a safe workplace environment for our workers and subcontractors. The Accident Prevention & Safety Manual is designed with this goal in mind and is the shared responsibility of every worker and subcontractor. Working together, we are able not only to attain excellence in all aspects of our operation but also to maintain a safety record that will

be the envy of the industry.

At Pro Steel Inc, we believe an effective safety and loss prevention program is the cornerstone of good operating practice. It is our policy to:

  •  Provide training as required.
  •  Conduct hazard assessments.
  •  Use ANSI-approved or comparable personal protective equipment as needed.
  •  Properly maintain tools, equipment and facilities.
  •  Conduct informal and formal inspections to find and correct any unsafe acts or conditions.
  •  Investigate all incidents and accidents with the objective of preventing recurrence.

Managers must not only promote and demonstrate safe work practices but also ensure subcontractors and workers understand their responsibility to work safely. Managers, subcontractors and workers are accountable for their actions and decisions. Failure to comply with safety policies, practices and procedures will be cause for disciplinary action that may include suspension, dismissal or contract cancellation if warranted. Remember, safety is as important as production, quality and cost control. If you have any safety-related questions or are unsure of how to complete an assigned task, ask your supervisor or Contractor Project Manager for assistance. Our contractor policies, practices and procedures are in compliance with or exceed current Occupational Safety & Health requirements, federal, or state OSHA Regulations legislated regulations. Managers, workers and subcontractors must ensure they operate within the rules and regulations governing their specific place of operation.

Employees are informed of our written health and safety policies as follows:

  • During their new employee orientation at time of hire
  •  During periodic safety meetings
  •  Through postings on bulletin boards
  •  Directly from his/her supervisor

Russell Freeman, President