At Capital Painting safety is the first most important thing on the job. We want our employees to go back to their families’ everyday safely and our clients can be assured that along with quality workmanship, quality performance is our highest priority. Managers, supervisors and employees are trained to understand and deal with work-site hazards. We have put in place methods for preventing or controlling potential work-site hazards, such as hazard communication, electrical safety, equipment operations and maintained through ongoing training for all levels of personnel and management commitment to safety policies.
Commercial and Industrial painting takes place in a wide variety of buildings and working environments. And in every project, the workers as well as those who may visit the work site are exposed to safety hazards. At Capital Painting the first step in controlling safety hazards on any project is to identify the issues through a pre-job hazard assessment. The goal of the assessment is to identify the typical hazards associated with each task which will be performed of the planned work. Our four point planning consists of:
• Identify the hazard
• Eliminate the hazard
• Train personnel
• Prescribe P.P.E
Once the hazards are identified, we implement through a project-specific safety program, control measures to eliminate and abate those hazards. By taking those steps we want our clients to be assured the professionals of Capital Painting will perform on a basis of quality and safety.