The Broadway Electric, Inc. culture is focused on safety. Our work sites are engineered to be safe for our employees, subcontractors, clients, and all who enter. Federal, state, and local safety and health laws regarding supervision, accident prevention, and emergency response are not only met with full compliance, but exceeded. This commitment is evidenced by our track record. Over the past three years, none of our construction projects resulted in OSHA safety violations.
We ensure that our personnel are trained to the latest safety standards, we tailor safety plans to the specific tasks at hand, and we strictly enforce our Accident Prevention Program. Individuals who fail to comply will be corrected on the spot, retrained, suspended, and/or dismissed from the project.
Our methods include zero-tolerance drug testing, certifying personnel in First Aid & CPR, and professional development through OSHA, NEC and NFPA. Job/Activity Hazard Analyses (JHAs/AHAs) issued throughout each project will ensure that protocol is maintained until substantial completion. Weekly "tool box talks" further ensure constant reinforcement and reassessment of our program.
Because of our experience in healthcare environments, we are also thoroughly experienced with guidelines and regulations from these organizations:
- JCAHO—Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals Organization
- ASHE—American Society for Healthcare Engineering
- EPA—Environmental Protection Agency
We know what it takes to put together an Infection Control Plan, conduct Infection Control Risk Assessments (ICRA) and Pre-Construction Risk Assessments (PCRA), and implement Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) and Methods of Procedure (MOP) with the following features: