Welcome to your hub for everything safety! SAFETY is one of 3 core values of REEDER. Our core values are important for us to communicate not only internally, but externally too. By sharing our safety resources with the construction community we hope to provide value and add opportunity to everyone’s safety program. Simply use the index below to view or download any of our safety resources.
The safety manual provides a comprehensive overview of REEDER’s site specific Safety Program. The ultimate purpose of this program is to protect our greatest asset: our employees.
Project sign-in sheets reinforce the importance of proper and consistent documentation of identifying workers and visitors on a job site.
Site Safety Orientation forms which include a QR code to our Safety Orientation Video, provide awareness to all workers regarding safety policies and procedures prior to the start of work on a the jobsite.
Watch the Spanish version here.
This process was developed and implemented to help safeguard the building occupants from all construction hazards prior to them returning after an extended absence while major construction work was put in place.
A Job Hazard Analysis form identifies how to perform a task step-by-step, any hazards associated with the task, and controls to mitigate the hazards.
This notification challenges our team to properly identify any detours or blockades to existing pathways or egress points that will affect the existing building occupants’ normal path of travel.
Safety signage plays a large part in keeping job sites compliant and personnel knowledgeable. It is critical for workers to understand the types of hazards, the level of risk, and what precautions to take.
This form designates a “competent person” who has the ability and has been reasonably trained to recognize hazards and has the authority to correct them.
This simple job start up and checklist helps bring safety to the forefront and reinforces SAFETY as our #1.
Pre-Task Safety forms were created to establish standardized procedures for safety awareness and documentation prior to performing the most hazardous work tasks like excavation and erection.
The purpose of the Safety Orientation Sticker is to indicate an individual has completed REEDER’s Site Safety Orientation. The sticker should adhere to each worker’s Hard Hat and be visible at all times.
Our safety committee is passionate and focused to improve our safety processes and reinforces our safety culture.
The Emergency Action Plan explains to each employee the preferred means of reporting emergencies.
The Emergency Numbers form allows employees to have emergency contact information in immediate reach if needed during a crisis.
The Emergency Shut-off Vales & Breaker Location form allows employees to locate these shut-off and breakers if needed during a crisis.