Safety and Training: The Top Priority
Jobsite Safety Plan:
To accomplish overall job site safety, we require that a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) be completed before the start of all work. This includes working with a general contractor or property owner to assess the safety required of each job site and a comprehensive safety plan to determine the safety risk of all tasks, as well as controls that are put in place to protect the lives of our employees.
Employee Training: Safety Training and Continuing Education:
The safety of our workforce and job sites is a priority. Siegner and Company participate with the Painters Regional Training Center, a comprehensive state-of-the-art center near Portland airport. Our journey-level painters are compensated at their working wage rate to complete at least 40 hours of required annual safety training and continuing education, including First Aid/CPR, OSHA 10, scissor/boom lift, forklift, respirator fit, respirator medical, fall protection, hazmat, and confined space. Wage increases are contingent on maintaining required safety certifications.
Field staff is trained for boom lift, scissor lift, forklift equipment, scaffold use, and fall protection. We train continuously for ladder safety, confined spaces, and personal protective equipment. On-site training is also available to assess job site needs and equipment requirements.
Siegner and Company participate in the Signatory Painting Contractors Organization (SPCO) OSHA-approved Safety Committee. We also participate in the Associated General Contractors and SAIF Safety programs.
Siegner and Company mandate a pre-employment, post-accident, and reasonable suspicion drug testing program for all employees. We are also prepared to comply with job site-specific drug testing requirements.
Safety is a priority, and Siegner and Company have a proven track record. We have earned Safety Award recognition from the Associated General Contractors, Painting Contractors of America, and Signatory Painting Contractors Organization.