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Ragle, Inc, LLC believes that no job or no task is more important than worker Health and Safety. If a job represents a potential safety or health threat, every effort will be made to plan a safe way to do the task. Every course of action must be conducted in a safe procedure. Shortcuts in safety procedures by supervisors, foreman or employees will not be tolerated. If a worker observes any unprotected job, which may pose potential threat to their health or safety, he or she must inform their immediate supervisor and management must take adequate precautions. If a job cannot be done safely it will not be done. Our futures are only built through our people, and we aim to protect the future.

  • Develop an attitude and awareness of safety in their crew and seeing that individual safety responsibilities are fully carried out.
  • Maintaining a safe work environment and taking corrective action on any potentially hazardous operation or condition.
  • Ensuring that the personnel he/she directs are knowledgeable and trained in the tasks they are asked to perform.
  • Ensuring that personnel are properly protected by means of instructions, personal protective equipment or other appropriate resources.
  • Ensures that no employee assigned to potentially hazardous work appears to be fatigued, ill, emotionally disturbed, or under the influence of alcohol or any type of drugs.
  • Remains accountable to higher management for any oversight or error that leads to injury, illness, or damage to property.

  • Individual employees are responsible for their own and their co-workers safety.
  • Never undertake a potentially hazardous operation without consulting with appropriate supervision.
  • Stop any operation you believe to be hazardous and report it to your immediate supervisor.
  • Immediately report any occupational injury or illness to your direct supervisor.
  • Employee must attend a weekly safety tool box talk on the project.
  • Suitable clothing and footwear must be worn at all times. The appropriate personal protective equipment (hard hats, respirators, eye protection, etc.) shall be worn whenever needed.
  • Employees will avoid damage to property or equipment and injury to the public.
  • Horseplay, scuffling, and other acts which tend to have an adverse influence on safety or well being or other employees are prohibited.
  • Defective or broken tools or equipment may not be used. The employee preparing to use the item must make a pre-use inspection ensuring the item is not defective or broken. Any deficiencies are to be reported by the employee to the supervisor immediately.
  • Drivers of company vehicles must be competent, have a valid license, and obey all traffic laws.
  • Employees are to know the location of fire extinguishers, first-aid kits, and other emergency information.
  • All employees are responsible for housekeeping on the jobsite and company issued equipment.
  • Threatening or harassing of any company employee or the public for any reason will result in immediate disciplinary action, including termination of employment.
  • Possession of consumption of intoxicating drugs and/or alcoholic beverages during work hours as is reporting to work under the influence is prohibited. Compliance with the companys Drug-Free Workplace Policy is mandatory.

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  • No cell phone usage is allowed in Ragle Inc vehicles unless it is hands-free.
  • No texting on any cellular device is allowed at Ragle In vehicles.
  • Cell phones on equipment is to be used only when company personnel is calling and machine or equipment is at a complete parked position.
  • All personal call are limited to personal time only.That means only on lunch and before/after work hours. You are not allowed to answer personal calls during work hours due to safety on Ragle, Inc. jobsites.
  • If cell phones are used for work, all cell phone calls are to be done while completely pulled off the road and in a parked position. Do NOT answer the cell phone while driving unless it is connected to a hands free device.

 

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The purpose of the Hazard Communication Program is to ensure that the hazards of chemicals located on the jobsite are evaluated and that information concerning physical and health hazards is transmitted to potentially exposed employees. It is not only the intent of the employer to fully comply with the OSHA Standard 1910.1200 and 1926.59, but also to improve the overall safety of our company. A successful Hazard Communication Program will reduce potential incidents of chemical source illnesses and injuries.

 

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OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is based on a simple concept—that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of the chemicals they are exposed to when working. They also need to know what protective measures are available to prevent adverse effects from occurring. OSHA designed the HCS to provide employees with the information they need to know

 

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