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May 26, 2017

Specialty contractor: Safety
Under 500,000 hours

Photo courtesy of Andgar Corp.
Andgar managers provide employees handbooks with job site-specific safety pages.


Andgar Corp.

Andgar has always worked to have its employees be trained and have the skills they need to perform their jobs safely and accurately.

On-the-job training is essential for any new employee coming on board for any of the product areas that are supported. The service product area trains its technicians continually so their skill levels are current and accurate.

Other product areas have classes to train on sheet metal work. The skills employees receive allow them to begin field work and operate some of the equipment in the shops, and do it safely.

When Andgar employees go onto a job site they know they have the responsibility to do their jobs safely and provide the very best product.

A site-specific job site handbook is prepared by the manager, who includes job site safety pages that identify the managers, coordinators, emergency numbers and safety details. Safety details included are a job hazard analysis worksheet, fall protection work plan and, if needed, a crane operation plan, which are prepared and ready before the work start date for the assigned product areas.





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