It is the policy of Halbert to provide and maintain a safe and healthy working environment for all employees, and that a condition of safety consistent with applicable federal, state, and local safety codes is maintained on all Halbert projects and worksites.
All contractors and subcontractors are also expected to comply with all federal, state, and local regulations and are monitored throughout the project for conformance.
Contractors and subcontractors are not allowed on site without a current certificate of insurance that has terms and limits that are satisfactory to the owner. Also, contractors and subcontractors are required to have their own company’s safety program on site and in force at all times.
Halbert is a firm believer that Safety is the Number One priority on every project and performs accordingly. Halbert maintains and promotes an aggressive safety program with a full-time safety professional on staff.
Halbert promotes safety on a daily basis through:
One of the most important parts of the Halbert safety program is enforcement and monitoring by the on-site superintendent.
Each Halbert superintendent has extensive training including OSHA regulations, minimal safe practices for construction, scaffold erection, confined space entry, lockout/ tag out, fall protection, MSDS & Haz/Com and proper excavation.