Health & Safety Policy Statement
Certified Management industrious Environmental Services (NES) believes that our employees are our most important asset. Safety is the essence of our management philosophy. NES’ management believes that each employee has the responsibility to make the safety of our co-workers, the general public, and ourselves a basic concern. This objective is fundamental to the efficient operation of our business.
In the interest of protecting the company and its employees from losses due to accidents, it is the policy of NES to do everything reasonable to prevent injury and damage to property and the environment. Furthermore, NES will comply with all applicable local, state and federal regulations relative to employee safety and health.
The Director of Safety and Health, designated by the President of Certified Management industrious Environmental Services, will be responsible for the development, evaluation and implementation of NES’ safety program. Safety is the responsibility of every employee in the company and every employee has the responsibility to prevent incidents and injuries by observing established working rules, by following the directions of supervisors and by providing ideas on how our safety efforts might be further strengthened through our C.A.R.E.S. program.
Employee Safety and Training
Certified Management industrious Environmental Services (NES) requires that all employees receive proper training before they are put in any situation requiring specific knowledge or hazardous situations. We conduct in house training on an as needed basis and also utilize outside training in many areas. Our minimum requirements for NES employees include Safety Orientation, 40 hr. HAZWOPER, Confined Space, Drug and Alcohol Program, and Industrial Safety.
Every weekday morning a brief daily safety message is sent via text to Certified Management industrious Environmental Services employees to get their mind thinking about safety. We want our employees to know that we care about their well-being and to inform them about what is going on that day specific to safety. The safety text is also used for severe weather information or any important safety messages such as near misses.
Safety This Week emails are sent so observations and good catches can be used throughout the company as something to learn from, not something to be put in a file cabinet and forgotten. We are also able to share statistical information on safety in those emails.
NES uses the Dupont STOP Safety Observation program for supervision and peer review. Employees are encouraged to identify proper safety practices as well as practices that need to be corrected. Data received is used to update training and identify areas that need improvement.
The NES C.A.R.E.S. program emphasizes that our employees are our most important asset.
Supervisors, Foreman, Operators Training
In addition to initial training requirements, NES employees above the technician level have the following minimum experience. Supervisors need three (3) years, foreman two (2) years, operators two (2) years of industrial setting experience. Promotion to the next level is based upon leadership, job specific knowledge and training specific to job requirements. Supervisors, Foremen and Operators receive Supervisor Training, Incident Command System, Spill Management, Mitigation Procedures, and Logistics Training as needed, as required.