CORPORATE SAFETY INITIATIVES
“ALL EYES PROGRAM”
There is a safety incentive reward system on each CCSI project. Employees
observed in conduct that enhances their immediate safety as well as the safety
of others are randomly rewarded. They are also recognized at group safety
meetings for their contributions to safety. Employees that embrace CCSI's
"Safety First" philosophy are the first retained on following CCSI projects.
“CCSI OPEN DOOR "
The open door policy encourages each employee to report any job site condition
or practice which he feels presents a safety concern to himself or other workers
“UNRELENTING SAFETY ”
CCSI has adopted a mandatory daily safety meeting. CCSI believes that site
safety is not accidental but is generated by daily reinforcement. Each individual
is asked to express any safety concerns or observations in his or her work
areas at safety meetings prior to each shift. Noting potential hazards as well as
existing concerns daily promotes hazard awareness.
“DAILY SAFETY AUDIT PROGRAM”
CCSI requires a daily inspection of all equipment, tools, work areas, landing areas
and access locations. A hard copy is filed daily and kept on site. In addition, it is
the assigned safety leader or managers responsibility to do random visuals of all
“TIE OFF FOR HOME”
CCSI has instituted the “TIE OFF FOR HOME” policy due to the high number
of serious injuries and fatalities in Power Plants associated with falls. CCSI
employees are required to be tied off one hundred percent (100%) of the time.
Fall protection infractions have a zero tolerance policy.
CCSI’s EMPLOYMENT STRATEGY ALSO ENHANCES SITE SAFETY.
CCSI utilizes only safety experienced Boiler Makers, Journeyman Craftsmen, Tube Welders,
Riggers and Safety Professionals. CCSI is able to man its projects with excellent craftsmen
due too our extensive, existing labor base developed over the last thirty years by our upper
management and ownership. Additionally, CCSI offers competitive wages in order to
maintain a highly skilled work force with absolute minimal labor turnover.