SAFETY

Safety First, Last, and Always

SAFETY BADGES

Avetta-Logo.png
ISNetworld-resized-spacing.png
Browz.png
VERO.png
Gold Shovel Standard.png
IBEW-logo-2012-5a4bd583d7006-300x300.png
1200px-Iauditor_by_SafetyCulture_Logo.sv
cpr-first-aid-aed-certified-hard-hat-dec
ACSC.jpg
NATE_Full_Color_logo-300x125.png

Management Accountability & Involvement

TPC knows that all successful safety programs start with a strong and visible commitment from top management. Here at TPC, we actively support the safety culture while locking out the production culture. This is done through training all management that being safe on jobs is our number one priority. It is understood by all employees at TPC that the Safety Culture always produces a better result. 

As stated above, at TPC safety is a culture, not a behavior. We strive to turn safety behavior into a culture our employees take home each day. All crew leaders are OSHA 30 certified and all crew leaders up to top management of the company have ongoing safety training. 

Our Safety Team works hard to ensure that safety is a "state of mind" in all situations, allowing crews to look at jobs, engineer out any hazards first, and then implement proper safeguards and personal protective equipment. Management is required to perform numerous crew visits throughout the year because we know that understanding what is happening in the field is critical to further enhance safety protocols.

TPC has a Management Safety Committee that oversees all of our safety programs. This Committee has over 200 years combined experience in the construction industry.

TPC Safety Policies & Procedures Manual

This Safety Policy and Procedures Manual is a company-specific reference manual of all policies, procedures, and disciplinary guidelines developed by the Management Safety Committee.  Policies adopted in the Manual meet or exceed OSHA requirements and are reviewed and adapted to industry changes. 

Job Safety Analysis (JSA)

Our safety program is further enhanced by foremen collecting and reporting daily, real-time job safety information using iPads and iAuditor. Information is received by managers and safety personnel that is discussed before the day's work begins. Additionally, crew visits are arranged while tasks and hazards are more closely reviewed.