At Hartman & Hartman, safety is number one. In fact, our our company motto is, “Safety is #1 in our family.” And, that’s much more than a catchy slogan. It’s a commitment.
We’ve developed a company culture committed to safety simply because we value each and every employee.
“We have a great safety culture. Much of it came naturally because we are so close. We’re family and you don’t want something to happen to someone you love.” — Jolena Koneski Dye, Health and Environment Safety Manager
Hartman & Hartman’s award-winning safety program (10 years plus winning the ABC STEP Platinum Award for safety) complies with and often surpasses the standards set forth by OSHA, and includes either OSHA 10 or PEC SafeLand training, with certain employees required to complete both training programs.
With both new employee safety training (12-hours) and mandatory routine safety re-training for existing employees, Hartman & Hartman’s comprehensive safety training includes written testing and hands-on safety performance evaluation components.
- Company Safety Policy
- Confined Space
- Fall Protection
- Fire Safety
- Hazard Communication
- Lock-out Tag-out
- Forklift Safety
- Aerial Lift Safety
- Hand Safety
Additionally, Hartman & Hartman has a rigorous drug testing policy with pre-employment, post-accident, reasonable cause and random drug testing. Our current drug test is a 13-panel test.
With a dedicated health & environment safety manager, Hartman & Hartman has a team of safety inspectors who routinely visit job sites, performing audits and providing job safety analysis — continually trying to improve our safety standards and procedures.
” We not only have all the training, procedures, and oversight in place, but our employees use their training and resource to practice what we preach on our jobsites.” — Jay Chapman, Vice president
At Hartman & Hartman, we’re always striving for improved safety procedures, practices and protocols. Our safety training is not a half-hearted commitment. Instead, we set goals and we’re dedicated to doing whatever it takes to achieve those goals. Why? Because safety success protects those most valuable — our employees, who we consider family.