- MSDS Sheets
Our company performs inspections of job-site and or facility hazards daily. Hazard evaluations include inspection of the work area as well as work practices. During the course of inspection, if a hazard is identified, it is immediately corrected. If the hazard is not immediately corrected, all appropriate personnel are notified and the hazard area is clearly identified by signs, barricades, or other warning devices. Hazard evaluations are appropriately documented using the Hazard Assessment Checklist supplied to each on-site supervisor. The Hazard Assessment Checklist is completed at the beginning of each job site, without exception! The purpose of this checklist is to identify energized voltage of each specific piece of electrical equipment, the minimum approach distance required based upon that voltage (see attached OSHA standards for qualified electrical workers) and any job site hazard which restrict us from performing insulator cleaning in a safe manner.
Keystone Insulator Cleaner, Inc. is committed to providing a safe and hazard free workplace; therefore each crew foreman will inspect all job-sites and facilities for hazards
This company performs inspections of job-site and or facility at least daily. Hazard evaluations include inspection of the area as well as work practices.
During the course of inspection if a hazard is identified it is immediately corrected. If the hazard is not immediately correctable, all appropriate personnel are notified and the hazard is clearly identified by signs, barricades, or other warnings.
Hazard evaluations are to be appropriately documented using the hazard assessment checklist supplied with each vehicle. It is our intention that a hazard assessment checklist must be filled out at the beginning of each job site, without exception! The purpose of this checklist is to identify any job site hazard that restricts us, in any way, from performing insulator cleaning in a safe environment.
Remember; when in doubt, notify plant personnel of any suspected hazard. Document these hazards when identified.
Our employees hold certifications from OSHA, MSHA and NFPA. These certifications include OSHA level 10 & 30 courses, MSHA Part 46 (Surface Mines), MSHA Part 48B (underground mines) and NFPA 70E Arc Flash Training Certifications. All supervisors hold OSHA 30 level qualifications.
Our safety objective is a safety and health program that will reduce the number of injuries and illnesses to an absolute minimum, not merely in keeping with, but surpassing, the best experience of operations similar to ours. Our goal is zero accidents and injuries.
At Keystone Insulator Cleaner, Inc., we work hand in hand with ISNetWorld and Browz in safety compliance. We feel that it is extremely important to have partners in safety. This is why we hold the highest ratings in safety with ISNetWorld and Browz, Inc. Safety is everyone's business, all the time!
Cleaning energized insulators in short is “Risky Business.” There are many risks associated with the job.
These risks include, but are not limited to:
Electric Shock, Arc Flash Injury, Fall Hazards, Compressed Air Hazards, Noise Hazards, Haz-Com Hazards, and Vehicle Hazards.