Safety

“CPI strives to be the Leader in Safety”

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CPI Pipe & Steel, Inc. strives to maintain the utmost health and safety policies and procedures with the goal to have a safe and accident-free workplace.  We have not had an accident claim in more than 20 years.  CPI is a member of ISNetworld, Veriforce, PEC and BROWZ safety compliance consortium. Membership ensures us and our customers that we receive quality health and safety training.   It ensures our employees of a healthier and safer work environment.

In conjunction with being members of ISNetworld, CPI desires to always be proactive when it comes to safety.  We have become a NCCER accredited assessment center, with our own in house Master Trainer to better serve out current and future partnerships with oil and natural gas companies.

Our Safety & Health Philosophy: The policy of CPI Pipe & Steel, Inc. that accident prevention be of utmost importance in all phases of operation. It is the intention of management to provide safe and healthy working conditions and to establish and insist upon safe practices at all times by all employees.

It is essential that our rules and safety responsibilities are understood before starting work on CPI property and/or projects. Violating safety requirements could jeopardize the safety and health of our company employees and/or contractors and could result in expulsion from CPI property and/or its projects.

CPI requires its supervisors and employees:

  • Comply at all times with federal, state and local safety and health laws, regulations and requirements.
  • Comply with CPI’s prohibition against the possession or use of illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, alcoholic beverages, firearms or other perceived dangerous weapons while on CPI’s property.
  • Maintain communication with the company representative throughout the duration of the project.
  • Be committed to worker Safety and Health.
  • Be trained, qualified individuals at the job site, and use the appropriate equipment to protect workers and eliminate adverse impacts.
  • Work in a legal and ethical manner to protect the Safety and Health of their work force at the project site.
  • Stop work immediately if an unsafe condition exists at the work site.
  • Review each project to identify activities that may create safety hazards or adverse impacts to the environment or the public.
  • Attend job site safety meetings with all affected employees.
  • Perform safety inspections to identify and correct substandard Safety and Health conditions and work practices.
  • Contractors or subcontractors shall be supervised by CPI representatives.

Employees must notify their supervisor of any unsafe conditions observed at the job site or work conditions having an adverse impact on the public.

 

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