Safety Certified

ASTM_250In all endeavors, safety is our top priority and a requirement. It is our policy to assure every employee of the company, enjoys a safe and healthy workplace. It is a condition of employment with CES that employees adhere faithfully to the requirements of our safety program, as well as the safety rules, instructions and procedure issued. Our goal is to achieve an accident-free work environment in all company facilities and on all projects. The realization of this goal depends heavily upon the active participation and cooperation of the managers, supervisors, employees and the coordination of their efforts with CES in implementing the safety program. 

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  • OSHA 500 Certified

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  • OSHA 30 Certified
  • OSHA Focus Four Trained
  • HASC Trained
  • Heavy Machine Certified


Safety is everyone's responsibility. CES management is fully committed to safety efforts and constantly strives to educate employees on the importance of performing work in a safe manner. Management strives to routinely demonstrate to employees that safety measures taken are not an added burden, but rather are important and an expected part of the process. Employee safety and health takes priority  over all other influences during the day-to-day decision-making process. 


Our goal is to generate measurable performance criteria that can be routinely analyzed, in order to ensure all parties are executing their work at an acceptable level, with regards to safety, All levels of management and filed employees will be held accountable for safety performance

Pre-Job Planning

Pre-planning for all work to minimize the potential for personal injury and property damage is a must. The "plan" must be developed in a project specific nature, which is designed to anticipate and identify hazards, before wok begins. Knowing in advance, what measures will be taken to eliminate or adequately control the anticipated hazards for each scope of work is required.


Proper communication between all parties involved in constructing or fulfilling our priorities on the project is critical. Unexpected hazardous acts and conditions on the project site must be immediately reported. Information pertaining to scope specific hazards must be discussed and shared with all affected parties.


Developing and implementing an educational program designed to stimulate and maintain interest and cooperation of all field management personnel and employees through applicable safety meetings and safety training programs is integral to safe operations.


Management periodically reviews the company's comprehensive safety measures to determine their overall effectiveness in controlling injuries and losses. Prompt investigations are to be conducted of all accidents, near misses and injuries, in order to ultimately determine the root cause(s) of the incident and to take appropriate corrective action, to prevent recurrence.