Railroad Construction Companies
Safety... Always First

Safety, Quality, Productivity, and Fun make up the fabric of our firm, safety being number one. Every owner has a concern for the safe performance of their project. Accidents can affect the job progress and reflect nega­tively on the Owner. The Railroad Construc­tion Family of Com­panies has a Zero Accident goal. We work for many own­ers with high safety expectations and on jobs with various and complex hazards such as Port and Transit facilities, refiner­ies and schools.

Our Comprehen­sive safety program includes policies and procedures for everything from first aid to fall protection security and traffic control. As neces­sary, we augment our in-house expertise with well qualified consultants to help us address unique cir­cumstances. This firm has a long lasting relationship with Applegate Associates, Inc., who is our corporate safety consultant. We have personnel qualified to train on most safety topics including OSHA 10 and 30 hour construction safety courses

Depending on the job complexity, our forces sched­ule job training and inspections which are supple­mented with out­side audits by contracted consultants. While compli­ance with standards and regulations is expected of any enterprise, through care­ful job planning and innovative thinking we strive to exceed the required mini­mums. Work process is analyzed to en­hance safety which enhances productivity­.

Evidence of our safety commitment is our participation in an OSHA Partner­ship. It is the first of its kind nationally for heavy highway construction, at our pro­ject on I-78 in Bloomsbury, NJ. The OSHA Strategic Partnership Program provides a framework for voluntary coop­erative relationships with owners, general contractors, subcontractors and the Agency to im­prove safety and health.

        • First aid & CPR
        • Training
        • lood born pathogens
        • Rigging and Sling Safety
        • Heavy Equipment Training
        • Trench/Excavation
        • Compressed Gas Cylinder
        • Job Safety Analysis
        • Fall Protection
        • Workplace Hygiene
    • Hearing Conservation
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Focus four hazards in construction
    • Hazard Communication /Right to know
    • Site specific work plans
    • Silica awareness
    • Lock Out/Tag Out and
    • Traffic control coordinator Training
    • Flagger training
    • High Voltage Electrical Safety
    • Hand and Portable Power Tools
    • OSHA Recordkeeping
    • Machine guarding
    • Fork lift /Lull training
    • Aerial lift bucket truck safety
    • Weekly tool box talks
    • Daily Job Briefings


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