Triple L's goal is to be the safest pipeline construction company in the industry
Triple L believes that in today's marketplace a contractor must be environmentally responsible as well as safety oriented in completing every phase of a project while also assuring that work is performed by qualified individuals with the proper training and experience to do the work they are assigned.
Triple L maintains and implements a comprehensive safety plan and assures that every employee is aware of what our Corporate and their personal responsibility are on every Triple L project.
Safety is the cornerstone of any successful project and all employees deserve a safe place to work. Each and every team member is responsible for safe work practices and creating a safe work place. All teams have a clear understanding of what they need to do with regard to achieving Triple L's health and safety goals and objectives.
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Triple L's management team has implemented a safety management system in order to complete each and every project incident and injury-free. We promote a 360-degree safety assessment and communication plan in order to ensure participation and compliance with safe work practices. We protect personnel, property, the community and the environment. Downtime not only takes a human toll, but also creates problems for finishing every project on time, on budget, and on spec.
Triple L's Safety Program includes:
- Tailored training regimen for specific duties,
- Incorporation of the safety program from laborer to CEO,
- Safety clothing and equipment guidelines,
- Periodic and random site inspection and overview for any unsafe conditions, equipment, or practices,
- Emergency procedures training including CPR and first responder training,
- Project-specific safety managers,
- Incentive program for exceptional safety records,
- All Injuries reporting policy,
- Mandatory drug and alcohol testing and a zero-tolerance policy for any offenses, and
- Membership in ISNetworld.
Safety training includes but is not limited to the following:
- First aid/CPR
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- OSHA 10 Hour
- Drug and Alcohol Awareness
- Behavioral Based Safety
- Short Service Employee Training, mentoring, and monitoring
- Confined Space
- Hazard Communication Program
- Weather Stress
- Hazard identification and remediation
- Excavation and Trench Shoring
- Accident reporting, recording, investigation, and documentation