Safety Is Our #1 Priority!
The most important aspect of every L.E. Bell Construction worker's job is to ensure the safety of themselves, their coworkers, and the public. Safety isn't just a word at L.E. Bell Construction--it is an active part of every employees' daily routine.
Anonymous Tips for Safety
Safety is our top priority, and we want to make sure that everyone feels free to speak up about safety hazards. We have an online and physical system that allows employees to communicate anonymously helping everyone remain accountable.
We understand every project is different and apply our experience and research of the project to determine the best practices needed to ensure the safety of our workers and that of our clients' property. Components of the Pre-Job Assessments include:
-OSHA Safety Compliance Review
-Hazard Analysis and Mitigation
-Personal Protective Equipment Assessment
-Geographical and Site-Specific Emergency Response Planning
-PHMSA and FERC Reequirements overview
-Site-Specfic Spill Controls and Countermeasures (SPCC)
-Client Specific Safety Requirements and Practices
Modern Reporting Technology
At L.E. Bell Construction we place a high value on keeping accurate records. Our real-time system employs app-based technology that can quickly and easily relay information when needed. It also allows us to track and monitor safety data and trends for use in continuous improvement efforts.
We like to keep our solutions to safety problems accessible to everyone. This keeps it from becoming too complex. What good is Safety if only the Safety Reps understand it?
- Updated Safety Goals and Improvement Plan
- Internal Safety Council with members from each level of field employment.
- 100% Management Buy-In.
- Weekly Field Safety Analysis that are discussed and documented.
- Quick Acknowldgement of Potential Hazards brought to light by competitors' Accidents and Near-Misses.
- Management continuously seeks areas for improvement in our Safety Program.
New Training Courses
Advanced Leadership Training for Supervisory Personnel
Expounds upon realivant psycological principles to strengthen company wide involvement in positive reinforcement of the workforce.read more
Thorough instruction on the process of identifing, prioritizing, mitigating, reporting, communicating, and documenting hazards on the job site.read more
Classroom and hands-on instruction on the proper response to accidents, incidents, and near misses. Includes practical exercises on completing accident, incident, and near-miss documentation; investigation: and follow-up / corrective action.read more