Bayview Electric

Safety

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P.O. Box 986

11781 Water Tank Rd.

Burlington, WA. 98233

Phone: +1 360.707.0535

E-mail: office@bvelectric.net

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Bayview Electric LLC.

Bay View Electric

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It is our policy that accident prevention shall be considered our primary importance in all phases of operation and administration. It is the intention of Bayview Electric's management to provide safe and healthy working conditions and to establish and insist upon safe practices at all times by all employees. The prevention of accidents is an objective affecting all levels of our company and its operations. Training is one of the most important elements of any injury and illness prevention program. Such training is designed to enable employees to learn their jobs properly, bring new ideas to the workplace, reinforce existing safety policies and put the injury and illness prevention program into action. Safety training is required for all Bayview Electric employees.

General SAFETY

Protective head gear (hard hats), hearing protection, eye protection and other personal protective equipment will be worn when required, following all OSHA requirements.

Work place safety inspections will occur randomly, weekly, when conditions change, or when a new process or procedure is implemented…

Weekly On-Site Safety meetings

Accident Investigation (to help identify the causes for accidents and make improvements to eliminate such causes)

Most employees and All supervisors are First Aid and CPR certified