DGB Glass, Inc. believes in safety first and foremost. We value our employees and want them to work in the best and safest of conditions. Safety also produces success for both the employee and DGB Glass.
It is the goal of DGB Glass to provide sufficient education and direction which will enable it's employees to perform their duties with a minimum effort and confusion. All DGB Glass employees go through safety orientation at the time they are hired. Weekly safety meeting are conducted at each jobsite to keep all employees up to date on the latest safety rules and regulations and to remind them of common safety pitfalls. Employees are certified yearly in swing stage, scaffold and lift training. All field employees are required to take the OSHA 10 hour class. All foremen are required to take the OSHA 30 hour course and the Superintendant has taken the OSHA 510 course. All field employees are required to take first aid and CPR training.
DGB Glass endeavors to provide a jobsite free of hazards to its employees. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary for all parties to work together to address and remedy the occupational hazards that are encountered every day. When each person performs his or her duties pertaining to safety, the end result will be a significant reduction in accidents, greater productivity, lower insurance costs and an increased competiveness in the market.
Because of the necessity of an effective safety program, the following management commitments have been established.
To devote adequate and reasonable resources providing safety support to each jobsite.
To hold each employee accountable for the performance of his or her job duties pertaining to safety as set out in the safety handbook.
To provide immediate and appropriate medical attention if an employee is injured.
To provide a return-to-work process, including light duty, so that the employee can resume normal activity as soon as possible after an accident and to create opportunities for them to review the overall safety performance and assist in plans to resolve problem areas.
That DGB Glass, Inc. will abide by all applicable OSHA standards appropriate for project jobsites.