Safety Training & Initiatives

Westmoreland Electric is committed to the continuous training of all of our management and employees to ensure that they are all equipped with the necessary knowledge to work safely and avoid potential accidents.  Westmoreland Electric conducts weekly safety talks at each jobsite and in our warehouse complex as part of our continuing education and safety awareness program.

All new employees are given a safety orientation before they start working.  This orientation reinforces our commitment to safety and trains them in all the safety policies in our safety manual.  They are also tested for drug and alcohol use before they are allowed to start working for Westmoreland Electric.

Once each year we have a company meeting where we provide copies of all of our new and revised sections of our company safety manual to each employee.  All of the new and revised sections are explained in detail and then we have a question and answer period to ensure that all of the employees fully understand any changes.

We are committed to provide a safe working environment for all of our employees

 

All of our employees receive a 10 hour OSHA training course.  Many of our management personnel have received the OSHA 30 hour training course.

All of our Project Managers and Superintendents have received competent person training in the following areas:

  • Fall Protection
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Excavation
  • Ladder and Scaffold
  • Lasers

Westmoreland Electric also provides other training for our employees in the following areas:

  • Bucket truck operation
  • Forklift operation
  • First Aid
  • CPR
  • Safe operation of powder actuated tools

Westmoreland Electric Safety Manual Contents

Our safety manual consists of the following topics and sections:

      • Low Voltage Electrical Safety
      • High Voltage Electrical Safety
      • Lockout / Tagout / Tryout
      • Fall Protection
      • Scaffold Safety
      • Excavation and Trenching Safety
      • Confined Space Entry Program
      • Emergency Action Plan
      • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
      • Disciplinary Procedures
      • Hearing Conservation Program
      • Voluntary Use Respiratory Protection
      • Hazard Communication Program
      • Blood Borne Pathogens
      • Accident Prevention and Investigation
      • Aerial Lift Program
      • First Aid Program
      • Lead Safety Program
      • Office Emergency Action Plan
      • Asbestos Awareness