Safety

The #1 priority at Rand Construction is to provide a safe working environment for all employees and customers. 
To ensure this, we implement our Safety Procedures Manual and provide various training opportunities to educate our employees on the dangerous situations and health risks in the work place.

Safety Director

The Safety Director for Rand Construction, Randall Walton, is responsible for the safety department and the supervision of onsite safety for all construction projects.

Experience / Training

  • OSHA regulation
  • 24 and 40 Hour Hazwopper (EPA/RCRA, OSHA, DOT and ISAWP)
  • Shipping and Handling of Hazardous Materials
  • Above Ground MSHA
  • American Society of Safety Engineers Safety Managers
  • Responsive action to Chemical Spills
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Emergency and Disaster Response to Chemical Releases
  • Material Sampling
  • Disaster Management
  • Annual attendance to the Mid-American Safety Conference

Certifications

  • Certified trainer for OSHA 10 and 30 hour certification for 1926 Construction
  • Certified trainer in the proper use of a forklift

Employee Training

It is Rand's policy to individualize its safety direction and training around each project and each client.

Required safety training and practices for our staff include:

  • First Aid/CPR/AED
  • Minimum of 10 hours OSHA training
  • Regular safety training and meetings are conducted throughout the year.
  • A safety hazardous awareness form is completed each day to ensure that all employees are aware of any safety hazards for the work being performed.
  • Weekly Tool Box Talk over a variety of job related exposure topics
  • Monthly training on OSHA topics
  • Weekly or bi-weekly site audit performed by Rand's Safety Director.
  • Monthly Safety Committee meeting attended by one member from each union trade, the Safety Director, and upper management staff.
  • A 29 CFR 1926 OSHA Regulation book is issued to all employees. In addition, each foreman receives a packet containing a safety manual and safety procedures prior to starting each job.

Ratings

Click here for a 3 year summary of Rand Construction's Safety Ratings.


Safety Information and Procedures include:

  • Safety Procedures Manual
  • Crisis Management Guide
  • Safety Disciplinary Policy

Safety Forms & Checklists - Program Outline

  • Administrative Personnel Handbook
  • Daily Job Safety Planning Worksheet
  • Emergency Action Plan
  • Safety Audit Checklist
  • OSHA Inspection Questionnaire
  • Aerial & Scissor Lift Checklist
  • Crane Hand Signals
  • Suspension Scaffolding Checklist
  • Confined Space Checklist
  • Confined Space Entry Permit Form
  • Excavation Inspection Checklist
  • Crane Supported Platform Checklist
  • Visual Crane Inspection Form
  • Powered Industrial Truck Inspection Form
  • Mobile Equipment Daily Inspection Record
  • Job Made Ladder Requirements
  • Steel Erection Multi-Lifting Checklist
  • Notification to Begin Steel Erection Form
  • Hot Work Permit Form
  • Employees Information for Using Respirators
  • Employee Safety Orientation Documentation
  • Employee Training Record Form
  • Employee Violation Warning Notice
  • Employee Safety Hazard Violation
  • Subcontractor Safety Violation Notice
  • Supervisor's Report of Injury/Illness
  • Incident Investigation Report
  • Employee Emergency Notification Form