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The safety and health of employees and the environment is not merely a set of standards to Fullmer Construction, it is our number one priority. The company strives to prove to every project, customer and community that it is responsible and responsive. To Fullmer this means helping to protect the environment, people, employees and places where we work and live. A summary of the safety measures taken by Fullmer is as follows:
Fullmer complies with all safety and health standards that are enforced by local, state and federal authorities. Taking these standards and expanding them, Fullmer provides engineering and administrative controls, personal protective equipment and training to employees to abate and reduce exposure to hazards and prevent injury and illness.
In order to make sure that all employees are trained and prepared for their safety, Fullmer has thorough safety training standards. Each employee initially attends a four hour orientation and then continues with on-site training as needed. In-office safety meetings are held semi-annually and on-site meetings are held weekly for field personnel.
Fullmer takes the initiative to attempt to foresee any potential environmental hazards and plan to avoid them. The project management team at Fullmer is committed to continuously identifying environmental issues and community concerns to determine how the project will address or respond to all of these concerns.
On-site, Fullmer expects their superintendents, general foremen and foremen to be constantly assessing the work area, conducting safety meetings, enforcing project work rules and undertaking pre-job planning including hazard analysis. Charles Taylor, Certified Safety Professional and Stormwater Developer with Taylor & Associates, will advise and consult on all Fullmer projects helping to ensure environmental and personnel safety.