Safety is of utmost importance to Reeves Contracting. From a mandatory safety orientation at the time of hire to weekly toolbox meetings, Reeves Contracting employees are kept current on safety requirements, OSHA regulations and each individual General Contractor's requirements specific to their jobsite(s). Site specific safety plans are developed for each project prior to work commencement.
Shortly after hire, all Reeves Contracting field employees are required to attend a safety orientation. If the employee will be driving a company vehicle, they are required to authorize Reeves to review their DMV records periodically to ensure road safety.
Drug Free Workplace
Reeves Contracting is a certified drug free workplace and drug tests all employees at hire as well as under the following conditions: post accident, reasonable suspicion, random and post rehabilitation. On a monthly basis, employees receive a newsletter on current drug and alcohol related topics including Georgia laws. In addition, Supervisors receive an hour of training each year on how to spot drug and alcohol abuse and handle such sensitive situations.
Weekly Toolbox Meetings
Project Managers and/or Superintendents are required to conduct weekly toolbox meetings with employees on their jobs. Topics change weekly and cover various safety concerns including ladder safety, scaffolding and heat stress to name a few. Safety concerns specific to that particular job are covered as well. Handouts are given to all attendees.
Management at Reeves Contracting meets periodically to discuss safety issues and how they can be avoided. New OSHA regulations and the Reeves Contracting Safety Manual are reviewed and updated when necessary. 2011 IBG Safety Award Recipient. Compliant with Davis Bacon Act Section III HUD Reporting MBE/WBE/LSBE Requirements Security and Immigration Act (E-verify)
Prohibited Articles & Hazard Communications Program
A copy of Reeves Contracting Prohibited Articles & HAZCOM program is included in each submittal package. If you would like a copy, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org