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Kelly’s Industrial Safety Program

Kelly’s Industrial Services operates a consistent safety program with weekly safety meetings designed to enable our vastly growing personnel to have a voice and to receive the latest updates on safety news.

Workplace safety is vital to the long-term success of our company. Our workers are our most important asset and their safety, health, & well-being are considered to be the most important activity of management. Through new hire orientations and an on-the-job training program, we educate our employees on the safety requirements and expectations of the industry. We believe that all accidents can be prevented through the use of safety techniques and appropriate equipment. Our goal is ZERO ACCIDENTS!

Management Responsibility:

We will make every reasonable effort to provide and maintain a safe & healthy workplace. We will provide the training needed for our employees to do their job safely. We will provide the appropriate tools and machinery for them to work safely. It is our intention to go beyond basic compliance with all state and federal safety regulations.

Supervisor Responsibility:

The Safety Director and Supervisors have the full support of management to carry out all provisions of the Safety Program. They have the duty and responsibility to implement the safety program, act as competent personnel, provide safety training, identify and correct unsafe conditions, monitor employee behavior to identify unsafe acts, and take corrective action.

Employee Responsibility:

Employees have the responsibility to follow all posted, written, and spoken safety rules. Employees have a duty to know and understand the safety rules of their job and a requirement to immediately report unsafe conditions to supervisors.

All employees of this company will be reviewed on and held accountable for safety performance. To that end, we require that our employees use good sense and sound judgment in the performance of their duties. We encourage, expect, and value input to improve our safety program.

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