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To assist in providing a safe and healthful work environment for employees, clients, and visitors, Glenn Associates has established a workplace safety program. This program is a top priority for Glenn Associates.  The Safety, Health, and Environmental Manager has the responsibility for implementing, administering, monitoring, and evaluating the safety program. Its success depends on the alertness and personal commitment of all.  Glenn Associates provides information to employees about workplace safety and health issues through regular internal communication channels such as supervisor-employee meetings, bulletin board postings, e-mail, memos, or other written communications.  Some of the best safety improvement ideas come from employees.  Those with ideas, concerns, or suggestions for improved safety in the workplace are encouraged to raise them with their supervisor, or bring them to the attention of the Safety, Health, and Environmental Manager.  Reports and concerns about workplace safety issues may be made anonymously if the employee wishes.  All reports can be made without fear of reprisal.  Each employee is expected to obey safety rules and to exercise caution in all work activities.  Employees must immediately report any unsafe condition to the appropriate supervisor.  Employees who violate safety standards, who cause hazardous or dangerous situations, or who fail to report or, where appropriate, remedy such situations may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment.  In the case of accidents that result in injury, regardless of how insignificant the injury may appear, employees should immediately notify the administrative staff and the Safety, Health, and Environmental Manager.  Such reports are necessary to comply with laws and initiate insurance and workers’ compensation benefits procedures.


Safety, Health, and Environment

Our Commitment…

It is the policy of Glenn Associates Surveying, Inc. to conduct its business, provide services, and to maintain employee transportation in the safest possible manner consistent with applicable policy, procedure, or work practice, and to promote, through an effective injury prevention program, a safe, healthy, and secure work environment for employees and visitors, including persons with disabilities, that is free from violence, threats, harassment, and intimidation, and protects the public from harm in connection with its surveying operations.

Our Plan

To meet our commitment, Glenn Associates Surveying, Inc. will:

  • Demonstrate visible and active leadership that engages employees in Safety, Health, and Environmental (SHE) performance as a line responsibility with clear authorities and accountabilities.
  • Ensure that all employees understand that working safely is a condition of employment, and that they are each responsible for their own safety and the safety of those around them.
  • Manage all surveying projects in a way that protects Safety, Health, and minimizes impacts on the environment.
  • Provide employees with the capabilities, knowledge and resources necessary to instill personal ownership and motivation to achieve SHE excellence.
  • Provide relevant health and safety information to sub-contractors and require them to provide proper training for the safe, environmentally sound performance of their work.
  • Maintain a secure work environment to protect our employees, our contractors and the company's assets from risks of injury, property loss, or damage.
  • Communicate our commitment to this policy to our subsidiaries, affiliates, and contractors and seek their support.

 

Our Expectations…

Glenn Associates Surveying, Inc. through implementation of this policy seeks to create a safe and healthy working environment for all associated with the company.

SAFETY PROGRAM

OSHA Walking Working Surfaces                                       
OSHA HazCom      
OSHA Electrical Safety                                                       
OSHA Power Tools
OSHA Personal Protective Equipment                               
OSHA Intro to OSHA
Fire Emergency Action Plans & Fire Protection                  
Fire Checklist
Surveying Coordinate Systems                                           
Employee Orientation
Safety, Health & Environmental Program                           
OSHA Laser Safety
Using a Fire Extinguisher
Flagman Safety                                                              
OSHA Eye & Face Protection
Chainsaw Safety
Portable Fire Extinguishers                                                  
Safety Posters
Alcohol & Drug Abuse                                                        
Surveying Safety
OSHA Business Case Safety                                              
First Aid Skills Card
OSHA Recording & Reporting Occupational Injuries/Illnesses
OSHA Effective Safety & Health Program                         
Winter Storms Safety
Insects – Bee & Wasp Stings                                               
Accident Investigation
Datum Shifts & Geoid Height Models
Water Safety
Electrical Safety on the Line                                                
NND Work Rules
Emergency Protocol Quick Reference
Surveying Concepts
Safe Operating Practices                                                      
Job Safety Analysis
Adult CPR Skills Card                                                         
Hand Safety
Pressure Washer Safety
Common Workplace Safety Terms
Eight Hallmarks of a Mentoring Culture
Railroad Surveys, Profiles & Topographic Surveys
Human Performance Two Minute Rule
SCANA Code of Conduct & Ethics
Defensive Driving
Fire Extinguishers

 



Safety Program Recognition PDF Print E-mail
Awards

 
STARS Certificates PDF Print E-mail
Awards


 

 
Tailgate Training PDF Print E-mail
Toolbox
 
Fire Extinguisher Use
 
Headaches
 
Hurricanes - Before, During & After
 
Emergency Evacuation Plans
 
Seat Belt Use
 
Sun Screen (As PPE)
 
Drugs & Alcohol in the Workplace
 
First Aid for Snakebites
 
Driving in Severe Weather & Lightning Safety
 
Chest Compressions
 
Behavior-Based Safety
 
From Head to Foot
 
What to do When
 
Worker Hydration
 
Highway Hazards
 
Good Housekeeping
 
First Aid for Muscle Strains
 
Refueling Your Vehicle (Static Electricity)
 
Stress in the Workplace
 
Changing Weather Safety
 
Basic Principles of Emergency First Aid

 

 
 
SHE Training PDF Print E-mail
Weekly
10/20/14
School Bus Safety
10/13/14
Seat Belt Use
10/06/14
National Fire Prevention Week
09/02-29/14
Emergency Preparedness & Procedures
08/25/14
Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
08/18/14
STOP on Red
08/11/14
SCANA 2014 Code of Conduct & Ethics Training
08/04/14
Immunization Awareness
07/28/14
Grilling Safety
07/21/14
Working Safely Around Stinging Insects
07/14/14
MSD Injuries
07/07/14
UV Safety
06/30/14
First Aid Kits
06/23/14
Tornado Safety Checklist
06/16/14
Texting & Driving Law
Heat Stress Protection
06/09/14
Summer Safety
06/02/14
Sun Safety
05/19/14
Back to Basics
05/12/14
Air Quality - Fighting for Air
05/05/14
Make Safety A Habit
04/28/14
Equipment
04/21/14
Injury Prevention
04/14/14
Distracted Driving
04/07/14
Work Zone Awareness
03/31/14
Trailer Towing Safety
Workplace Eye Injury
03/24/14
Nutrition
03/17/14
Poison Prevention
03/03/14
Sleep Awareness
02/24/14
Heart
02/10/14
American Heart Disease Awareness
02/03/14
Burn Awareness
01/27/14
Radon Action
01/20/14
Winter Weather Driving Safety
01/13/14
Safety Tips for Outside Wintertime Activities
01/06/14
Tips to Prevent Winter Slips & Falls
12/09/13
OSHA Safety Reminders
12/02/13
Hypothermia
11/25/13
Thanksgiving Safety
11/18/13
Antibiotic Safety
11/11/13
Basic Safety
11/04/13
Influenza
10/28/13
Crime Prevention
10/21/13
Identity Theft Prevention
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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