That is our first core value at TP Mechanical, and it is critical to carrying out our mission.
Safety on job sites is not only important to protecting our employees, but also our clients and the general public. A key component of keeping everyone near a work site safe is defining a clear perimeter by utilizing proper barriers and signs.
With the “Safety First, Always First” mindset, TP Mechanical adheres to all industry safety guidelines and standards. We protect our employees, clients and the general public on a work site by using proper barriers and signs to meet OSHA safety and health regulations as well as those set by the American National Standards Institute/American Society of Safety Engineers (ANSI/ASSE).
When protecting a job site, do:
- Notify the public of any closed areas and clearly mark safe, alternative areas for pedestrian traffic
- Maintain and keep pedestrian traffic areas well-lit so that slipping, tripping and falling hazards are reduced
- Protect public areas adjacent to job sites from construction objects or debris with appropriate barriers, catch platforms, enclosures, perimeter or vertical debris netting, sheds, overhangs, scaffolding or similar structures
When protecting a job site, do not:
- Block public ingress or egress routes (i.e., stairways, doors, entrances, exits, paths or hallways)
- Let anyone without required special licenses, permits or operator training use associated machinery or vehicles
- Store hazardous materials in anything other than properly labeled, approved containers away from the public
In September 2005, TP Mechanical became the first mechanical contractor in the U.S. to achieve the exemplary designation as an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) participant. Our participation in VPP allows us to continually improve our safety and health management systems, and exemplifies our relentless pursuit of the highest safety standards for our employees, clients and the general public.