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The CentiMark Corporation Safety & Loss Control Manual, containing all written safety policies and procedures, is continually updated. A copy is available upon request. The topics include: - Safety Manual Introduction - General Liability - Hazard Communications - Safety Responsibilities - Fleet (Auto/Truck) - Respirator Program - Safety Indoctrination - Fall Protection - OSHA Jobsite Inspections - CentiMark Drug Policy - Back Injury Protection - OSHA Regulations - CentiMark Safety Rules - Assured Grounding Program - Safety Meeting/Daily Checklist An Orientation Training program has been implemented for all new hires. All newly-hired employees are required to attend a mandatory training program which covers topics such as: New hires are provided safety literature consisting of the National Roofing Contractors Associations (NRCA) Passport to Safety handbook, Understanding the Hazardous Communication Standard booklet and CentiMark’s Basic Safety Rules. New hires are also required to view a 20 minute video entitled Safety Awareness. Weekly ‘Toolbox’ Safety Meetings are conducted by the foremen. General safety topics are reviewed, along with specific hazards on the project(s) for that week. Monthly Safety Meetings are conducted by the operations managers with all production and service personnel to review general and job specific safety issues. Mandatory Safety Meetings are conducted each quarter by regional safety specialists for all CentiMark associates to present and discuss a wide range of safety issues common to all employees. Periodic Safety Meetings are conducted by regional safety specialists to address accident trends, potential problems and/or the findings of unannounced job site inspections. The Safety Training Certification program is comprised of seventeen (17) individual standardized safety training units, each of which is dedicated to the specific hazards associated with the roofing industry. Regional safety specialists provide training under this program to all CentiMark associates. Those associates who meet the requirements of each training unit are deemed “certified” in that particular area of safety. Each unit is offered annually in accordance with the program’s training schedule. Subcontractor Training: Occasionally, subcontractors will perform limited aspects of a roofing project. These subcontractors are required to review CentiMark’s Safety Program with any employee they assign to a CentiMark project. An acknowledgement form must be signed confirming their understanding and compliance with CentiMark’s Safety Program before they perform any services. Pre-Job Inspections: Sales and technical representatives complete a pre-job survey that includes a written fall protection plan, the required safety equipment and the proper procedures necessary to complete the proposed project. Spot-Check Inspections: Operation managers, branch safety inspectors and field supervisors (SCI Program) regularly visit job sites to ensure that safety precautions are being implemented. Daily Inspections: Foremen review hazardous conditions to ensure that employees are protected from the hazards and are following safe work practices. Unannounced Inspections: Safety specialists conduct unannounced, OSHA-type safety inspections to ensure that the foremen and employees are utilizing safe work practices. Should safety violations exist, appropriate disciplinary action is implemented. Written Safety Programs Training Inspections - Fall Protection - Respirator Program - OSHA Jobsite Inspections - OSHA Regulations - OSHA 10 & 30 Hour - Hazard Communications - Personal Protective Equipment - Fire Protection - Various Hazards Associated with Roofing - Safety Meeting/Daily Checklist - Bloodborne Pathogen - Signalman & Rigger - Certified Crane Operator - Safety Specialist OSHA 500


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