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After years of operating within the New York Tri-State area landscape, Kelco Construction has completed some of the area’s most daunting and complex landscape construction projects, logistical challenges, and overall construction intricacies. Throughout Kelco’s success as an organization, we pride ourselves in our approach to PROJECT AND WORKER health and safety.

 
 

KELCO CONSTRUCTION BELIEVES THAT NO JOB OR TASK IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN WORKER HEALTH AND SAFETY.

If a job represents a potential safety or health threat, every effort will be made to plan a safe way to do the task.

 

Every procedure must be a safe procedure.  Shortcuts by either foremen or workers will not be tolerated.  A safe working environment is a productive and cost effective working environment. We are proud to have been able to maintain a very low Experience Modification Ratio (EMR) as evidence of our on-going commitment to safety. We pride re-enforcement of safety standards as highly as we do other core strengths, and reward efforts made by our team members to protect themselves and their fellow workers.

 

Kelco Construction demonstrates a strong and steadfast commitment to safety and the well being of its employees through the implementation of an extensive and proven safety program for all of its project typologies. We strive to eliminate danger at construction sites through a highly personal approach. This individualized methodology is a radical departure from safety training programs of the past, and will hopefully help to combat the many risks associated with the industry, which federal statistics currently rank as one of the most dangerous in the United States.

The fundamental aim of the Kelco safety approach is to ensure that every job Kelco Construction is working on maintains the highest standard of project and employee safety.

 
 

KELCO CONSTRUCTION implements worker safety and health in the following ways:

  1. Making regular job site safety inspections.
  2. Enforcing the use of safety equipment.
  3.  Following safety procedures and rules.
  4. Providing on-going safety training.
  5. Enforcing safety rules and using appropriate discipline.

 

JOB SAFETY TRAINING

SAFETY DISCIPLINE

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

JOB SITE INSPECTIONS

CONTRACTOR SAFETY PERSON