TP Mechanical Hits Another Major Safety Milestone

TP Mechanical has now surpassed 3 million man-hours without a lost-time accident.

By committing to our “Safety First, Always First” core value, we make it our primary goal to ensure our employees, clients and members of the general public return home to their families safely every night.

“We are more than proud to achieve 3 million hours without a lost workday injury,” said TP Mechanical Corporate Safety Director Rick Absher. “We are looking forward to reaching the next milestone as we continue to make the safety of our employees, clients and jobsites our foremost priority.”

Reaching milestones like this isn’t achieved by merely doing what’s required. That’s why we go above and beyond by participating in OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP).

Approval into VPP is OSHA’s official recognition of organizations that have achieved exemplary occupational safety and health—that’s why we were so proud to be the first mechanical contractor in the U.S. to receive this designation in 2005.

Through VPP, we’ve implemented meticulous safety and health management practices that address hazard prevention and control, worksite analysis, training, management commitment and worker involvement. We voluntarily submit to rigorous evaluations to identify ways that we can continue to improve our system.

Being proactive about safety is critical to protecting our employees and jobsites, upholding our core values and executing our mission.

As our streak continues, we promise to keep delivering “Safety First, Always First” – that’s the TP Mechanical guarantee.

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The People Behind TP Mechanical

Introducing Tim Teepe, Estimation Manager for Cincinnati and Kentucky

Combining comprehensive experience, a steadfast work ethic and precise organization to achieve team and project success

With experience across the company, Tim Teepe brings a comprehensive approach to estimation, using knowledge of the field and project management to every challenge. Tim has more than a decade of experience in the industry with TP Mechanical Contractors.

Tim has completed his OSHA 30-Hour safety training, is a Certified Healthcare Contractor via the Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE) certification program and holds licenses in both Ohio and Kentucky.

Tim prides himself on his work ethic and organization skills, and he is committed to supporting his team, keeping projects ahead of schedule and under budget. He values building quality relationships with clients.

We asked Tim what project he had worked on stood out the most and this was his response:

“The best jobs we bid on are where we can get involved up front. This means that we prepare a budget when the drawings are in the design development (DD) stage. From there, we work with our vendors and subcontractors to come up with a solid budget. In the next 4-6 weeks, we work with the GC or CM to decide on what the best equipment will be and/or what subcontractors to use for the systems designed.

Helping with the budget up front doesn’t always guarantee we‘ll secure the project, but it usually gives us an edge. “

Simple Summer Activities Your Kids Are Sure to Love

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Summer is often filled with outdoor parties, warm weather and no school. Unfortunately, the arrival of summer can bring stress for many parents as they search for ways to keep their kids happy, healthy, engaged and safe without breaking the bank.

Listed below are a few simple—and inexpensive—summer activities that you and your children can do together this summer.

  • Make homemade frozen treats. Cooking together is a great way to create memories that will last a lifetime and to instill healthy habits in your children. Click here for some recipes to get you started.
  • Go berry picking. Many berries are in season in the summer. Take your children to your local berry farm to pick your own delicious strawberries, blackberries and raspberries.
  • Go hiking. Enjoy the summer weather and your state’s scenery, and get some exercise by taking a family hike at your nearest trail.

Our Commitment to Safety Wins Again!

Our “Safety First, Always First” core value struck a chord again at the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Ohio safety luncheon.

TP Mechanical was presented with three safety awards:

  • AGC of Ohio Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) Specialty Division Over 1 Million Hours
  • AGC of Ohio Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Safety Record 2016 (Zero Incident Rate for 50,000 Work Hours and Over)
  • AGC of Ohio Three-Year Associate/Specialty Contractor 325,000 Hours and Up Report Card Average

“We are honored to receive these distinguished awards from the AGC of Ohio, and more importantly, to have our entire team recognized for their dedication to exemplary safety practices,” said TP Mechanical President and CEO Bill Riddle. “At TP Mechanical, we treat the health and safety of our employees, clients and the general public with the utmost seriousness. It is our primary goal to ensure everyone returns home to their family at night.”

The AGC’s SEA program is the industry’s elite safety and excellence awards program. Its comprehensive selection process closely examines each candidate’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control.

“We don’t just say ‘Safety First, Safety Always.’ We live it,” said TP Mechanical Corporate Safety Director Rick Absher. “Ensuring the safety of our employees, clients and jobsites is our foremost priority. We are appreciative of this recognition of our commitment to safety and proud of our current streak of more than 2.9 million hours without a lost workday injury.”

These AGC awards are another important step in our journey of success. Moving forward, we promise to keep delivering “Safety First, Always First” – that’s the TP Mechanical guarantee.

For more information
Learn more about how safety is a way of life at TP Mechanical and then Contact Us to see how we can provide comprehensive mechanical services for your next project.

Shop for Seasonal Produce This Summer

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The U.S. Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion recommends that you consume at least two servings of fruit and three servings of vegetables each day. Although this varies by age, sex and level of physical activity, it is a good recommendation to live by to build a healthy dietary base.

One great way to add variety to your diet and to make sure you are eating enough fruits and vegetables is to look for seasonal produce. Additionally, choosing in-season produce can help save you money, as the abundance of the fruit or vegetable typically makes it less expensive.

This summer, be mindful of what fruits and vegetables are in season near you. Fruits & Veggies—More Matters, a health initiative focused on helping Americans increase fruit and vegetable consumption for better health, has made it easy to figure out which produce is in season. On its website, you can view year-round, winter, spring, summer and fall produce options.

Click here to see what’s in season this summer.

 

How often should maintenance be conducted on ice machines?

Did you know that you should service your ice machine every 6 months? Watch this short news clip from Lex18 to find out why.

To learn more how TP Mechanical can help with routine maintenance for your ice machine visit our Service page or contact us at 800-829-1989.

We’re Number 1!

Our “Safety First, Always First” core value certainly rang true at the AGC National Safety Awards.

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) named TP Mechanical as the National Safety Contractor of the Year for companies that performed more than 1 million man-hours per year.

Five AGC judges, including representatives from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Naval Department and Intel, based their decision on:

  • Company management commitment
  • Active employee participation
  • Safety training
  • Work site hazard identification and control
  • Safety program

The TP Mechanical staff is proud of our AGC award and the recognition of our efforts to live up to the highest standards of safety. We’re even prouder of the fact that our employees go home every night injury free, and our safety record helps deliver optimal results and cost savings to our customers.

Our AGC award is another important step in our journey of success. Moving forward, we promise to keep delivering Safety First, Always First – that’s the TP Mechanical guarantee.

For more information
Learn more about how safety is a way of life at TP Mechanical and then Contact Us to see how we can provide comprehensive mechanical services for your next project.

Sheet Metal Journeyman Position Openings

sheet-metal_ad_march2017We have Sheet Metal Journeyman position openings in our Cincinnati and Columbus locations.

To learn more about this position visit us at http://www.tpmechanical.com/job/sheet-metal-journeyman/ or contact Jen Madden 513-851-8881.

Career Opportunities!

plumbing_pipefitter_ad_march2017_v2We are looking for experienced Plumbers and Pipefitters for our Cincinnati, Columbus, and Dayton locations.

For position details visit our career page http://www.tpmechanical.com/careers or contact Jen Madden 513-851-8881.

TP Mechanical Earns Recertification to ISO 9001:2015 Standards

TP Mechanical, with our strong commitment to monitor and continuously improve our services and products, recently received recertification as conforming to ISO 9001:2015 standards.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) experts from 95 countries spent three years working on revisions to ISO 9001:2008, bringing the standard up to date with current needs. The organization states that ISO 9001:2015 focuses more on performance and helps companies satisfy their customers, while providing a foundation for growth and sustained success.

What is ISO 9001:2015?

TP Mechanical’s Quality Management System was certified as conforming to ISO 9001:2015 standards. The scope of the registration is for the “prefabrication of components for the purpose of fast-track construction in the piping and mechanical plumbing fields.”

TP Mechanical uses prefabrication to reduce construction costs and shorten schedules while decreasing waste and scrap. By doing more work in the controlled environment of our shop, we enhance safety and achieve higher quality for the projects completed on the job site.

“We previously conformed to the ISO 9001:2008 standard, and we’re proud to earn our recertification,” said TP Mechanical President and CEO Bill Riddle. “This highlights how our entire team focuses on quality and discipline in our prefabrication efforts.”

What does ISO 9001:2015 mean to you?

By having a Quality Management System that conforms to ISO 9001:2015 standards, TP Mechanical demonstrates our commitment to the continuous improvement of our products and services. This dedication translates into both dependable quality and noteworthy cost savings for our customers.

 

How Our Commitment to Quality Benefits You
Improves quality and service
Reduces the amount of on-site work
Provides on-time delivery
Fosters a get-it-right-the-first-time attitude
Reduces mistakes, change orders and defects


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