Health and safety is a big consideration for all of us here at Rock Emergency. We know the risks that threaten the health and safety of our technicians and others who traverse the damaged worksite. As a matter of fact, health and safety is an integral part of our training programs and the way we operate.
At Rock Emergency, we strictly follow the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970. OSHA is a U.S. labor law governing occupational health and safety practices in the private sector and federal government. It outlines the standards for workplaces across a variety of industries and is enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which conducts inspections, training, outreach, and education.
Our training department is headed by Dan Rabolvsky, an OSHA 500 certified expert with over 16 years of experience in the industry. We take the time to educate and train our technicians thoroughly, using a balanced approach to practical and theoretical training, before we ever let them step out on a job site.
At Rock Emergency, we utilize a balanced approach to practical and theoretical training. In our classroom training, we use handouts, brochures, movies and life experiences from veteran employees to educate our trainees. We also do practical training, both at our warehouse and out in the field, where we focus on correct equipment usage and cleaning. Some of that equipment training includes the proper use and cleaning of respirators, and fall prevention. In addition, we provide annual training to ensure that our technicians have mastery over what they have learned and to have experienced staff members share their on-the-job experiences with new technicians.
We provide the necessary equipment to avoid common hazards that come with the job. We also provide our staff with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including hard hats, safety gloves, and boots. We even provide retractable full-body harnesses, industrial coveralls and any other equipment for certain specific sites.
Our employees are certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC), NYS Department of Labor Asbestos Handling, EPA, and OSHA. All of our technicians complete the OSHA 10-Hour Training.
At Rock Emergency, we understand the importance of strictly abiding by OSHA rules and regulations in the cleaning, restoration and construction industries. When disaster strikes, anxiety levels can run high. Rest assured that we know what to do to make your site safe and get your life back to normal as soon as possible.
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