/ Safety

There’s a reason
for the expression
“Safety First”.

Recently, TP has undergone a major safety policies transformation. And that’s due entirely to the fact that TP’s management team understands today’s safety requirements given the high-risk nature of the power line market and potential liabilities. In order to not only meet – but exceed – client requirements, TP knows that holding a generic Occupational Health and Safety Plan is not sufficient in business today.

Imported Photos 00013 (2) March 14,2012 007 (2)

The current business environment requires organizations to establish and operate a safety management system that includes monthly JOSH (Joint Occupational Safety and Health) meetings, job hazard analysis, job briefings, worksite inspections/audits, near-miss reporting, and full accident investigations.

TP recently obtained COR certification. Safety is also involved in project management and supervision to ensure all safety management systems are implemented and followed.