The elimination of accidents is a corporate responsibility that we all share. Though our operational activities are diverse, one common thread that binds us all together is the need to provide a safe place for our employees to work. Nothing we do is more important than helping to ensure that our employees return home safely every night.
Above all, we are committed to promoting the safest possible working environment for our people and our customers. The company?s total commitment to safety includes mandatory drug testing, employee orientation, safety training, weekly safety meetings, accountability, goal setting, a dedicated safety agent and safety committee. It is our ultimate goal to lead the industry in safety performance. Achieving this goal not only benefits the company, but our employees, our customers and our business partners.
Aside from the obvious moral issue, an effective safety, health and environmental program is simply good business.
We are proud of our .91 EMOD rate
As a leader in the commercial glazing industry and construction community, BCIndustries devotes its management resources to insure the safest, highest quality, on-time construction services possible. Through determination of management and teamwork with all concerned parties, we will strive to achieve the highest level of perfection, exceeding all expectations.
With a notable Experience Modification Rate of .91, BCIndustries has proven safety to be a value on every project. This is reflected in our commitment to educate and train our personnel. We are proud of our drug free workplace as well as in our involvement with the latest OSHA training. BCIndustries provides employees with the most up-to-date information and training in the industry.
Our Safety Coordinator manages the ongoing training of our field personnel in many areas, including:
Fork/Scissor/Boom Lift Training
Material Handling Equipment
Welding and Cutting
Ground Fault Protection
Compressed Air Atmospheres
Every BCI foreman is required to complete the OSHA 30-hour certification and an in-house safety orientation where they focus on how to spot potential accidents and prevent them from occurring. Each foreman is also responsible for the safety training of their field personnel on a daily basis, as situations arise.