Our commitment to Safety
At Blackrock Residential, we prioritize the safety of our employees, customers, and the public. We believe that a safe working environment is crucial for a successful project and take the following actions to ensure it:
- Ongoing safety training and education
- Regular equipment inspections and maintenance
- Implementation of safe work practices
- Provision of PPE and training on its use
- Active communication and address of safety concerns
- Regularly updated safety policies and procedures
We hold all employees accountable for following our safety policies and procedures and strive to create a culture of safety. Safety is our top priority.
Safe Work, Safe Home
At Blackrock Residential, we believe that safety is the foundation of success. Our mission is to promote safety through training, equipment maintenance, safe work practices, PPE, open communication, and updated policies. We strive to create a culture where all employees prioritize their own and others' safety, ensuring that everyone returns home safely each day.
5 principles of safety
Prioritizing Hazard Identification and Assessment:
It is important to identify potential hazards on a construction site and assess their level of risk to workers. This can be done through regular inspections, safety audits, and involving workers in the process.
Implementing Control Measures:
Once hazards have been identified and assessed, control measures should be put in place to eliminate or minimize the risks associated with them. This can include physical barriers, engineering controls, administrative controls, or a combination of these.
Providing Adequate Training:
Workers should receive regular and ongoing training on safe work practices, including the use of personal protective equipment, emergency procedures, and the correct use of tools and equipment.
Encouraging Safe Work Practices:
Encouraging workers to follow safe work practices, such as wearing personal protective equipment, using tools and equipment correctly, and reporting incidents and near-misses, can help to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries on site.
Continuously Reviewing and Improving Safety:
Safety on a construction site should be continually reviewed and improved, with changes made as necessary.