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At Utilitra, safety is of unwavering importance—not only for our employees but for our customers and fellow contractors as well.

Utilitra’s greatest responsibility and highest value is to provide a safe and productive workplace for our employees and partners. Good Safety practices are good business practices. Our goal is to achieve zero incidents and injuries. To accomplish this, management will continually maintain and upgrade safety and property protection programs.

Safety is every employee’s right. Safety is also every employee’s responsibility. To reinforce our commitment to safety, training shall be an ongoing part of every employee’s job. Employees shall be empowered with personal initiative and common-sense approaches to confront the safety concerns of our industry. Every employee shall also be empowered to stop their job for any unsafe situation that they may encounter.

Utilitra’s corporate safety manager, with management support, shall ensure Utilitra will comply with all industry-accepted safe work practices as they apply to our operations, including safety requirements that are set forth in the OSHA General and Construction Industry Regulations. Additional safety guidelines for individual owners and/or utilities where Utilitra will perform work shall also be enforced.

In addition, out of concern for the health and safety of our workforce, the general public, our contractors, and our customers, Utilitra has adopted a company Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace Policy. Utilitra also adheres to the Department of Transportation (DOT) drug testing requirements set by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) for safety-sensitive functions.

We will integrate safe work habits into every aspect of our company’s activities. Managers and supervisors at all levels shall be held responsible and accountable for maintaining maximum safety performance and incident prevention. Employees shall be held responsible and accountable for performing their job assignments in the most safe, efficient and productive manner possible.

Utilitra Safety Department Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor of Science, Occupational Safety and Health
  • OSHA 510 Standards for Construction Industry
  • OSHA 30 General Industry
  • OSHA 30 Construction Industry
  • Competent Person, Confined Spaces Training
  • Competent Person, Excavation Training
  • Competent Person, Fall Protection Training
  • Overhead Crane Operator Safety Training
  • U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), Reasonable Suspicion Training for Supervisors
  • Flagger Training
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Training

Utilitra is compliant with:

  • ISNetworld
  • Avetta
  • DISA Compliance Monitoring
  • National Compliance Management Services (NCMS) Monitoring

We are happy to provide our safety manual upon request for the purposes of bid/contract pre-qualification. Questions? Feel free to contact our safety team.