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Commitment to Safety
 
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Alloy Cladding places a premium on providing the safest work environment possible and to this end has developed an extensive safety program, outlining the company’s safety policies and regulations.  Alloy Cladding furnishes its employees with the latest safety equipment the industry offers, from OSHA approved scaffolding and fall protection to elite respiratory protection. 

Each employee has completed an OSHA 10-hour training class and has passed a respirator fit and drug test to better ensure a safe workplace.  Alloy Cladding holds an annual company-wide safety meeting, keeping each employee current on OSHA safety standards and practices.  Our field superintendents also lead daily “Toolbox Talk” safety meetings for every crew, covering a wide range of subjects which are vital to providing a safe working environment.  Some of our “Toolbox Talk” safety meeting topics include:

  • Confined Space Entry
  • Scaffolding Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Cranes and Hoists
  • Rigging Inspections and Practices
  • Fire Prevention / Protection
  • Lock-Out / Tag-Out
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazard Material Handling
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
  • Hearing Conservation  

Alloy Cladding is aware that working in heavy industrial settings can be dangerous.  Our commitment to safety is not something we stress merely to appease our customers; rather, we emphasize the importance of safety to protect the welfare of both our employees and our customers.  We continually look to improve upon our safety program and make sure that safety is never sacrificed.       

 

Alloy Cladding Company
15850 Guild Court
Jupiter, FL 33478

Phone: 561-625-4550
Fax: 561-625-4560
E-mail: alloy@alloycladding.com