The well-being of our team and clients is our top priority.

Oursafety objective is to empower each employee via our policy and training to have a safe and healthful place in which to work. Maintenance of a safe environment is the shared responsibility between the employer and employees at all levels of the organization. To this end, every reasonable effort will be made in achieving the goal of accident prevention and health preservation. Our philosophy is oriented toward affirmative control and minimization of risk to the greatest extent possible. We have a responsibility to make the safety of employees a part of our concern. We count on our employees to do their part in making our program a success.
An effective occupational health and safety program will be maintained.
This program is basic to the principles of safe operations and requirements of our business. Qualified personnel, adequate facilities and equipment will be provided by the company in keeping with these principles and goals.
Job Safety Checklist Analysis
From project initiation to close-out our employees must complete a series of safety checklists to identify and prevent hazards and injuries. Some of the checklists include:

  • Checklist for Safety and Loss Control
  • Facility Inspection
  • Safety Checklist – New Equipment or Process
  • Etc.
  • Minimize health and safety risks by providing safe and healthful work environments.
  • Ensure all managers and employees have received orientation, instruction and training in health, safety and environmental protection matters.
  • Provide and ensure appropriate health and safety programs are implemented and maintained.
  • Control health hazards in the workplace and ensure that employees are informed of hazards and how to protect themselves from exposure.
  • Maintain medical records in a confidential manner.
  • Require that all health, safety, environmental protection and loss control practices, standards, laws and regulations be observed relating to people, facilities, materials, processes, wastes and the environment.
  • Principles
  • Occupational injuries and illnesses are preventable.
  • Management seeks to define, initiate and maintain programs and procedures to prevent injuries and illnesses.
  • Continuing scrutiny of programs and ongoing employee training and education in occupational health and safety are essential program elements.
  • Safety References
    Federal, State and Local Standards, e.g., OSHA, ADA, EEOC, State Labor Codes, etc.
    Bottom Line
    Quad-J’s overall safety success depends on the participation of everyone in the company. Commitment and adherence to a Safety Program is a reflection of our commitment to employee training and partnership with organizations that focus on workplace safety. We must establish a “Safety First” environment that promotes and rewards safety awareness and upholds safety policies. Risk mitigation plans and potential hazards must be regularly discussed with everyone in our company and sub-contractors.