Employee Training Requirements:
We verified our employee’s training with a Pre-Task Safety Plan and Hazard Control Measures assessment. All Employees have professional safety training and certifications including, but not limited to, the following:
- OSHA 40 HAZWOPER
- OSHA 10
- OSHA 30
- Confined Space
- Respiratory Fit Testing Parts A and B
- Blood borne Pathogen Program Awareness
- Heat / Cold Stress Awareness Training
- Lead Safety Protocols
- Lock Out/Tag Out
- Floors and Falls Hazards
- Assured Grounding
- Excavation and Trenching
- Natural Hazards Treatment and Prevention
- Aerial Lifts/Ladders Fall Protection
- Site Specific PPE
- General Construction Safety and Health work practices and procedures, Including Hazard Communication
One of the pillars Clean Pro’s core value system is a “culture of safety”. Our corporate manual is custom written to not only be informative,applicable in the field and it enforces accountability for management, employees, and subcontractors. All employees and subcontractors will the stop working at any time that they think safety is an issue. At Clean Pro everyone is a safety officer.
Pre-Task Planning Phase:
Before we start working, a Clean Pro safety professional visits the site, reviews scope of tasks to be performed, checks out the equipment to be used, and takes a closer look at the work area’s potential hazardous substances/chemicals. Our representative then prepares a detailed, comprehensive site specific safety plan which includes, but is not limited to, the following information:
Site Specific Safety Training & Programs
Clean Pro management keeps an ongoing job site observation record of safety for both employees and subcontractors.
Ongoing Health and Safety Assessment Checklists covering the following:
- Hand and Power Tools
- Earth Moving Equipment
- Concrete and Masonry
- Aerial Lifts and Ladders
- Daily PPE Safety Inspection and Enforcement following OSHA Inspection Procedures
- Ongoing Site Plan Evaluation and Updates as needed
Daily Safety Meetings
These meetings cover both general safety guidelines and specific safety guidelines depending on the scheduled tasks for that day.
Other forms of documentation are used throughout, including but not limited to, the following:
- Safe Work Observation Forms
- Construction Inspection Forms
- Equipment Inspection Forms
Incident Reporting & Safety Documentation
All training, both in-house and site specific, all evaluation & assessments, and any disciplinary or corrective action taken is written to create a permanent safety record for Clean Pro in the event of a safety incident, including a near miss or injury, the incident is thoroughly documented and investigated via Supervisor, Employee, and Third Party Witness Statements. The Supervisor’s Investigation Form is then used to produce a sequence of all pertinent facts in a time table format so that a Root Cause Analysis Flowchart can be applied. The Root Cause Analysis Flowchart is then used to adjust safety protocol if the cause is applicable to correction, and is used as a teaching tool to prevent re-occurrence if the cause is applicable as a teaching preventative tool.
Sub-Contractor and Employee Safety Requirements
Clean Pro requires its Sub-Contractors and Employees to actively participate in the project Health and Safety Program equally and attend all required safety meetings.
Sub-Contractors must also have their own internal safety policy that meets OSHA standards pertinent to their field of work, as well as all meet all applicable insurance coverage required. Sub-Contractors and Employees are monitored by Clean Pro’s management via the Project Safety Control documentation. If non-compliance or unsafe conditions are observed, Sub-Contractors and Employees are sited in writing for the offense, and affected work is stopped until adequate corrective measures are implemented. If repeat non- compliance is observed, the Sub-Contractor or Employee is removed from the project.
Our Safety Philosophy
Employees are constantly trained to proactively and consciously be safe. Clean Pro promotes safety practices through public and corporate recognition programs, Certificates/Awards of Safety Excellence, and financial bonuses and rewards for any employee who is actively thinking about and promoting safety for our company and our clients.
Drug Free Workplace Requirements
The presence of drugs and alcohol in the workplace and drug and alcohol abuse has become a national crisis, which compromises the safety of all employees.
Responsible employers in both the public and private sectors have, or are in the process of developing, and enforcing drug and alcohol control programs, as well as policies concerning the treatment of drug and alcohol dependence. These programs are intended to provide the employees with a safe place to work and to provide those employees, who may have a drug or alcohol dependence problems, with an opportunity to obtain appropriate treatment.
Clean Pro Policy is consistent with recognized policies that have been adopted in both the private and public sectors.