Middlesex Construction Services

Safety


“Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.”

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Middlesex Construction Services is committed to keeping each project site and all those who are on the site SAFE.

Site Specific Safety Plan

Prior to starting any project, the crew sits down and develop a site specific safety plan. The plan will be reviewed with all crew members and subcontractors.

The plan will include:

  • Site specific potential safety hazards
  • MSDS and Data Sheets for all materials being used onsite
  • Emergency Contact Information for local Police, Fire, Ambulance & Hospital

Tool Box Talks

Once a week, each crew is responsible for having an onsite tool box talk and any subcontractors on site. During this talk they will cover such topics as:

  • electrical safety
  • aerial lift & ladder safety
  • flammable liquid safety
  • other topics related to that specific jobsite

OSHA Training

All full time employees are OSHA 10 Hour certified and trained.

Personal Propective Equipment (PPE)

All individuals entering the work area will be required to wear a hard hat, safety glasses and proper clothing.

Gone are the days where contractors think of their employees as expendable. Not paying attention to safety costs more money than it does to embrace it.

In are the days of high visibility clothing, hard hats and safety lines