The Utility Industry routinely exposes its workers to risks that must be monitored to keep employees safe. A number of workers routinely operate alone at outdoor sites, high-voltage substations, and treatment facilities, which makes it critical to know and consistently follow all occupational health and safety regulations. Even those who are not working alone may operate in hazardous conditions; they may be exposed to air contaminants, cold and heat stress, noise pollution, and heavy machinery. To keep workers safe, OSHA requirements and any internal regulations on personal protective equipment must be followed.
To ensure that you are in compliance with all federal and local regulations, Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. can assess your facility, train your managers on OSHA compliance, and manage any waste generated. In addition to our training services, we offer things such as tank cleaning, daylighting, hydro excavation, spill cleanup, and emergency response to hazardous situations. Contact Clean Management to learn more about how we can assist your business in the utility industry.