Badger Painting believes that safety is a top priority to every job site, and we make sure that all painters have gone through a complete training program before they are allowed to pick up a paint brush.
Badger Painting realizes how important the safety of everyone on and near the jobsite is, so we have clearly outlined a set of policies and procedures that ensure the safety of all painters, Project Managers, Crew Chiefs, Managers, other Subcontractors, and most importantly, the General Contractor. Below are some of the safety procedures Badger Painting put into place to ensure the safety of every job site:
- Follow OSHA laws and regulations for safety
- Yearly comprehensive safety training, including Lead Certification
- Daily safety talks about current job site
- Identify potential safety hazards for each job site
- Proper use of safety equipment
- Safety manual on each job site
- Safety reviews performed by Crew Chief, Managers, and corporate staff
No two jobsites are the same, which is why Badger Painting encourages its Managers, Crew Chiefs, and painters to think about and suggest new ways to improve upon health and safety precautions and accident prevention. If unsafe activities are noticed, immediate action is taken to stop those behaviors. Badger Painting wants everyone to be aware of their surroundings and encourages each employee to take an active role in ensuring the safety of others. All of the safety procedures that we have put into place are just a part of what separates Badger Painting from all of the rest!