Sievert Electric Safety Policy
Sievert Electric's commitment to safety is second to none. Our approach to safety begins with proper training and is a continuous process of improvement including weekly tool box talks, monthly in depth training and testing program. The safety culture is not only engrained in our field employees but in management and ownership as well. We believe that every accident is avoidable and our goal is zero accidents and injuries.
The following is a list of some of our key OSHA mandatory training courses:
- Arc Flash Safety (also known as NFPA 70E training)
- Fall Protection
- Hazard Communication
- Aerial Lift Safety
- Process Safety Management
- Portable Power Tool Safety
- Lead and Asbestos Awareness
- Crane Rigging
Our lead foremen in the field have completed "30 hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)" training. They understand the importance of weekly Tool Box Talks and job inspections. Depending on the project we also have foremen who are "Competent Person" trained in multiple areas including fall protection and confined space entry.
Sievert employees' attitude and continued trainings are paramount to ensure the safety of our employees, sub-contractors and our customers. The only successful project is one where everyone goes home safely at the end of the day.
If you have any questions about our safety programs, please feel free to contact our safety director at Mike Storako at (708) 878-2223.