The safety and health of our employees, contractors, customers, and communities are our top priority. We are on a constant journey to zero incidents in all our operations. We achieve this with the use of proper tools, procedures and training for all employees. We want all of our employees to go home every day to their families whole and healthy.
Razorback Safety Principles
- Risk Assessment – Know the risk before doing the job
- Lock Out Tag Out – make sure equipment is off and safe before working on or around it.
- Fall Protection – harnesses and lanyards
- Personal Protective Equipment – wear all required PPE
- Transportation and Mobile Equipment – employees receive extensive training
- Confined Space – Do not enter confined spaces
- Lifting and Rigging – Eliminating risk to employees
- Cell Phone/Electronic Device Usage – No distractions
- Ergonomics – Safe Lifting, avoiding slips, trips and falls
- Safety Related Discipline – Safety is number one value.
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What we expect from Razorback Employees
Safety extends into all aspects of our lives. We cultivate a culture that keeps employees safe by:
- Sharing knowledge, best practices, tools and resources by communication and risk assessments
- Be responsible for your safety and the safety of others
- If you see something, do something, immediately
- Always be prepared to learn and develop
- Expect the same commitment to safety from our contractors
- Celebrating being safe and healthy
Razorback Concrete believes our employee’s safety is a top priority. Razorback Concrete’s Safety Commitment:
Razorback Concrete has a dedicated Safety Manager on staff as well as Senior Management that has been trained in empowered to recognize, and correct any workplace hazards
New Hire Orientation
New hires have to go through extensive training before they are allowed to operate independently.
The training includes:
- Smith System driver training – initial classroom and observation drive. Observation drives are also conducted at 90-day mark.
- NRMCA Rollover prevention training
- Policy review – Review of Razorback Operations Policies and also Razorback Corporate Safety Policies.
- Driver Mentoring – include new driver evaluation, driver report cards and ride along’s with trained mentor drivers
- Required OSHA Training
- 360 Circle of Safety Training
- Get Out And Look training
- Risk Assessment – how to indent and report job hazards
Employees have required OSHA training monthly as well as training on topical subjects that will keep employees safe. Additional tool box talks are given through out the week, and job specific safety meetings are also held.
Accident reports are reviewed by the Chief Operating Officer, Safety Manager, and Area Manager. Corrective action is taken when required
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