The OSHA-30 safety course provides a greater variety of safety subjects and in-depth, industry-specific training and is intended for supervisors and workers with safety and health responsibility. This certification is also required for all new team members before they join us on the job site. Additionally, all field supervisors are required to obtain their NFPA 70E, which teaches team members to provide a working area for employees that is safe from unacceptable risks associated with the use of electricity in the workplace. These two certifications go hand in hand, with the same goal in mind: every member on the job site returns home safely to their family at the end of the day.
Our job sites and surrounding communities will be safer places to live and work with more members of the community ready to take action if necessary.