Safety and Health Program

Applied Mechanical Systems is committed to achieving environmental, safety and health excellence. It is our underlying philosophy and set in our beliefs that make our Company a success. All employees, management and subcontractors share the responsibility of maintaining high safety standards. It is the policy of Applied Mechanical Systems to provide a workplace that is free from recognized hazards likely to cause harm and to comply with Federal, State and local regulations relating to the safety and health of our employees.

All levels of management are responsible and held accountable for ensuring that employees understand and comply with Applied Mechanical Systems' Safety & Health Program and associated policies. Any employee in a supervisory role must set the example regarding safety and show commitment to our Safety & Health Program. Our management team is also responsible for ensuring that all employees have the training, equipment and financial resources to perform their work safely and responsibly.

Applied Mechanical Systems has been recognized both locally and nationally for our Safety & Health Program.

Our Vision regarding our Safety & Health Program is quite simple: The Pursuit of Zero Accidents & Zero Occupational Illnesses. Together, we work hard to improve our safety record and achieve our safety and health goals and objectives by striving to continually improve our current Safety & Health Program.

Some of the main concepts in The Applied Mechanical Systems Safety & Health Program are as follows:

  • Safety & Health Team;
  • Annual Safety & Health Program goals;
  • Drug Free Safety Program including mandatory pre-employment and random testing;
  • Supervisor Accident Analysis training;
  • Weekly Tool Box Talks;
  • Weekly Jobsite Safety Audits;
  • Subcontractor Safety Qualification;
  • Safety & Health Pledge;
  • Accident Reporting & Investigation;
  • Employee Safety Orientation;
  • Employee Safety Perception Surveys;
  • Safety Policies including, Hard Hat, Safety Toe Work Boots, Safety Glasses and Annual Self-Evaluation;
  • Safety Hotline;
  • IH Sampling Schedule;
  • JSA (Job Safety Analysis) Policy;
  • Safety Suggestion Box.
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